TIME SPENT ON THE SMARTPHONE DOES NOT RELATE TO MANUAL DEXTERITY IN YOUNG ADULTS
Il 4 dicembre alcuni Autori del Dipartimento di Scienze Psicologiche, Pedagogiche, dell’Esercizio Fisico e della Formazione dell’Università degli Studi di Palermo (Italia), e della Lithuanian Sports University (Lituania), hanno presentato l’articolo dal titolo “Time spent on the smartphone does not relate to manual dexterity in young adults” in occasione dello “Sport Forum-International Scientific Conference. Athlete training and managmement”. Lo studio è stato condotto con la collaborazione di ricercatori dell’University of Florida (Stati Uniti d’America) e dell’University of Novi Sad (Serbia). L’obiettivo principale del progetto di ricerca (iMANUALDEXTERITY) è quello di studiare il ruolo che l’utilizzo dello smartphone ha sulla destrezza manuale.
On December 4th some authors from the University of Palermo (Italy), and of the Lithuanian Sports University (Lithuania), will present the article entitled Time spent on the smartphone does not relate to manual dexterity in young adults at the “Sport Forum-International Scientific Conference. Athlete training and management”, an event to be held in Lithuania. The article was written with the collaboration of authors from the University of Florida (United States of America) and the University of Novi Sad (Serbia), its goal was to study the role that the use of smartphones has on manual dexterity in young adults. The study shows that the scientific community and not, in the near future will have to study the subject more in-depth, involving participants of different age groups, considering the smartphone as a new factor that could influence the results.