Effect of Brain Hemisphere Domination upon Motor Skill Learning of Cast
- Country : India
- Subject : Agriculture Engineering
The present study was aimed to see the effect of brain hemisphere domination upon motor skill learning of adolescent girls. For the present study, 100 girls from age group i.e. 12, 13, 14 and 15 years respectively were selected from various schools of Chhattisgarh. In all 400 adolescent girls were selected. To assess left, right and integrated dominance of brain, Brain Dominant Hemisphere Test (B.H.D.T), prepared by Agashe and Helode (2007) was used while motor educability of selected subjects was evaluated by Johnson’s test of motor educability (1932). The results reveal that motor skill learning of General Cast Boys with integrated brain hemisphere domination was found to not significantly higher than the motor skill learning of Other Cast Boys with left and right brain hemisphere domination. It was concluded that brain hemisphere domination not influence the motor skill learning of Cast.