This question is the third in a series, after: 1. Improved Typing as a result of slight movement 2. Neural Processes of Inducing Flow Background: Pseudo-random, 'swaying', motion appears to ...
Related to my previous question: Improved Typing as a result of slight movement For context: slight movement (<1 inch in any direction) improves typing, piano-playing, and writing, among other ...
I've found that my typing performance (speed, accuracy, flow) are noticeably improved if I am swaying slightly, mostly side to side, in a non-regular manner. I would estimate that the overall ...