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Doctoral candidate Jane Yank presents at International Graphonomics Society in France

Kinesiology doctoral candidate Jane Yank is presenting at the International Graphonomics Society meeting at the University of Bourgogne, Dijon, France, September 13-16, 2009. The topic of her talk is "Visuomotor Tracking in a Pursuit Loop-drawing Task," in which she discusses the effects of concurrent visual feedback on timing and fluidity in hand movements.

Ms. Yank co-authored the paper with Arend Van Gemmert, Ph.D., Louisiana State University. Ms. Yank's adviser is Dr. Michael Wade.

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