Inquisit Test Variants

Finger Drumming Task - English

A measure of motor coordination developed by Millisecond in which participants drum patterns with their fingers on a touch screen device.

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Find peer-reviewed, published research using the Inquisit Finger Drumming Task

Denckla, M. (1973). Development of speed in repetitive and successive finger-movements in normal children. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology, 15(5), 635-45.

Badian, N., & Wolff, P. (1977). Manual asymmetries of motor sequencing in boys with reading disability. Cortex; a Journal Devoted to the Study of the Nervous System and Behavior, 13(4), 343-9.

Watter, & Burns. (1995). Repeatability of three fine motor tests. Australian Journal of Physiotherapy, 41(1), 21-26.

Burns, Yvonne R, Ensbey, Rosemary, O&Amp;Apos, & Callaghan, Michael. (1999). Motor Abilities at Eight to Ten Years of Children Born Weighing Less than 1,000 g. Physiotherapy, 85(7), 360-369.

Rodger, Sylvia, Watter, Pauline, Marinac, Julie, Woodyatt, Gail, Ziviani, Jenny, & Ozanne, Anne. (2007). Assessment of children with developmental coordination disorder (DCD): Motor, functional, self-efficacy and communication abilities. New Zealand Journal of Physiotherapy, 35(3), 99-109.

Licari, M., Billington, K., Reid, J., Wann, S., Elliott, L., Winsor, J., . . . Bynevelt, A. (2015). Cortical functioning in children with developmental coordination disorder: A motor overflow study. Experimental Brain Research, 233(6), 1703-1710.