Acquiring and adapting a novel audiomotor map in human grasping

@article{Sfstrm2006AcquiringAA,
  title={Acquiring and adapting a novel audiomotor map in human grasping},
  author={Daniel S{\"a}fstr{\"o}m and Benoni B. Edin},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={2006},
  volume={173},
  pages={487-497}
}
  • Daniel Säfström, Benoni B. Edin
  • Published in Experimental Brain Research 2006
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • For sensorimotor transformations to be executed accurately, there must be mechanisms that can both establish and modify mappings between sensory and motor coordinates. Such mechanisms were investigated in normal subjects using a reach-to-grasp task. First, we replaced the normal input of visual information about object size with auditory information, i.e., we attempted to establish an ‘audiomotor map’. The size of the object was log linearly related to the frequency of the sound, and we… CONTINUE READING

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