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Manual asymmetries and task complexity in aiming skills This study investigated the manual asymmetries in two tasks with different levels of complexity. Two aiming tasks with different number of components were used. The first one was defined as discrete task (simple task) and the second one defined as serial task (complex task). Ten right-handed participants performed one block of 5 trials of both tasks with their right and left hands. The movements were recorded at a sample rate of 400 Hz.doi:10.5628/rpcd.08.01.47 fatcat:smuo7xbvrbdvrpixe46csmv6ya