A century later: Woodworth's (1899) two-component model of goal-directed aiming.

@article{Elliott2001ACL,
  title={A century later: Woodworth's (1899) two-component model of goal-directed aiming.},
  author={Digby J Elliott and Werner F. Helsen and R. Chua},
  journal={Psychological bulletin},
  year={2001},
  volume={127 3},
  pages={342-57}
}
In 1899, R. S. Woodworth published a seminal monograph, "The Accuracy of Voluntary Movement." As well as making a number of important empirical contributions, Woodworth presented a model of speed-accuracy relations in the control of upper limb movements. The model has come to be known as the two-component model because the control of speeded limb movements was hypothesized to entail both a central and a feedback-based component. Woodworth's (1899) ideas about the control of rapid aiming… CONTINUE READING
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