Marco Bertolassi

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In previous experiments investigating motor control in a Time-To-Contact task [Morya et al., 2003], events occurring 400-600 ms prior to contact (but not earlier or later) caused volunteers to anticipate their estimate of when contact occurred. Many such mislocalization or mistiming effects have been discussed in the literature [Nijhuan, 1994; van Beers et(More)
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