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Title: 幼児の平衡性,敏捷性および巧緻性からみた調整力における機能的一側優位性について
Other Titles: The Lateral Superiority of Function on Coordination Evaluated with Balance, Agility and Skill Tests for Preschool Children
Authors: 今中, 国泰
Authors (alternative): Imanaka, Kuniyasu
Issue Date: 1975
Citation: 長崎大学教養部紀要. 自然科学. 1975, 16, p.21-36
Abstract: The present study was undertaken to clarify the tendency of a lateral functional superiority in motor coordination evaluated with balance, agility and skill tests for preschool children. The measurements taken of 8 items representing 3 factors with which motor coordination was evaluated were administered to 118 preschool children aged 4 - 6 years. The results were as follows : 1) On balance factor, a definite lateral functional superiority was scarcely seen in any item except 2, which were foot balance tests of opened- and closed-eyes, and which showed a lateral functional superiority not on left side but on right side. 2) On agility factor, a definite lateral functional superiority was seen on both sides in the case of rotation running test, and not on left side but on right side as in the case of tapping tests by hand and by foot. 3) On skill factor, a definite lateral functional superiority was seen on both sides in the case of picking-up pencils. The incidence of lateral functional superiority was higher on right side than that on left side. 4) In general, it was found that the lateral functional superiority was apt to be seen on right side. 5) The difference of function between right side and left side was not so remarkable in the simple repetition motion, or tapping, as in the skilled motion, or rotation running and picking -up-pencils. 6) The relationships of a lateral functional superity among the items were partly recognized.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10069/16498
ISSN: 02871319
Type: Departmental Bulletin Paper
Text Version: publisher
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