Nevertheless, more attentive participants may have become aware of this implicit pattern in the course of performing the task and been able to use it to their advantage i. The results also agree with research that has found girls outperform boys on pencil-and-paper based standardised assessments of handwriting ability  ,  , handwriting being a skill that is partly contingent on an individual's underlying manual dexterity . British Journal of Educational Psychology 73 : — Given the suggested male advantage for learning manual sequences it is plausible that older males, who became aware of the learning element embedded in this task, may have selectively benefitted to a greater degree. This was compared to two further median MT values derived from responses during the Online Correction condition. The edge of the tablet nearest the participant was 15 cm from the table's edge. Participants were recruited from two primary schools in West Yorkshire, UK.
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