Dual-task interference between speaking and listening and a unipedal force production task
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Twenty-four male right-handed adults performed a force production task with their right and left feet alone, and while sound-shadowing or listening to high frequency words. Overall, subjects performed better with their left foot than their right foot. Further, sound-shadowing, but not listening disrupted right foot performance. The concurrent language tasks had no effect on left foot performance.
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