Dominicus Sießmeir

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Grasping movements are often planned in a way that they end in a position where joints are in an anatomically medial position. This behaviour is termed the "end-state comfort" (ESC) effect (Rosenbaum et al., 1990). We suggest that the anatomically medial position is favoured to control the most difficult part of the movement. In most experiments(More)
A continuous pursuit-tracking task is the typical experimental paradigm to investigate implicit motor learning. Implicit motor learning is proven by a greater improvement in tracking of a repeated segment of a target path compared to random segments ( Pew, 1974 ). Recently, doubts about the validity of results obtained with this paradigm have been raised.(More)
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