Active versus passive proprioceptive straight-ahead pointing in normal subjects.

@article{Chokron2004ActiveVP,
  title={Active versus passive proprioceptive straight-ahead pointing in normal subjects.},
  author={Sylvie Chokron and Pascale Colliot and Thierry Atzeni and Paolo Bartolomeo and Theophile Ohlmann},
  journal={Brain and cognition},
  year={2004},
  volume={55 2},
  pages={290-4}
}
Eighty blindfolded healthy female subjects participated in an active and a passive straight-ahead pointing task to study the estimation of the subjective sagittal middle in the presence or absence of an active haptic exploration. Subjects were to point straight-ahead with their left or right index finger starting from different right- or left-sided locations, while performing either an active movement or with the hand being passively moved by the examiner. Results showed: (i) a significant… CONTINUE READING

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