Corrective loops involved in fast aiming movements: effect of task and environment

Abstract

In daily living, we continuously interact with our environment. This environment is rarely stable and living beings show remarkable adaptive capacities. When we reach for an object, it is necessary to localize the position of this object with respect to our own body before programming an adequate arm movement. If the target remains stable, the programmed… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s002210050376

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@article{Turrell1998CorrectiveLI, title={Corrective loops involved in fast aiming movements: effect of task and environment}, author={Yvonne Turrell and Chantal Bard and Michelle Fleury and Normand Teasdale and O. Martin}, journal={Experimental Brain Research}, year={1998}, volume={120}, pages={41-51} }