Aiming accuracy in preferred and non-preferred limbs: implications for programing models of motor control

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Most models of motor programing contend that one can perform learned actions with different muscle groups or limbs demonstrating the concept of motor equivalence. The goal of this review is to determine the generality of this concept within the context of aiming movements performed by both preferred and non-preferred limbs. Theoretical approaches to motor… (More)
DOI: 10.3389/fpsyg.2014.01236

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