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In a continuous tapping task, subjects must tap as quick as possible one key for a one minute test period. You can introduce different treatments by instruction, e.g. comfortable speed vs max speed, dominant vs non-dominant hand

Definition contributed by JBeringer
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IMPLEMENTATIONS of Continuous Tapping Task
Configurabe web-based task paradigm adjustable in length
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