Did you see that? Dissociating advanced visual information and ball flight constrains perception and action processes during one-handed catching.

@article{Panchuk2013DidYS,
  title={Did you see that? Dissociating advanced visual information and ball flight constrains perception and action processes during one-handed catching.},
  author={Derek Panchuk and Keith Davids and Alex Sakadjian and Clare MacMahon and Lucy Jane Victoria Parrington},
  journal={Acta psychologica},
  year={2013},
  volume={142 3},
  pages={394-401}
}
The integration of separate, yet complimentary, cortical pathways appears to play a role in visual perception and action when intercepting objects. The ventral system is responsible for object recognition and identification, while the dorsal system facilitates continuous regulation of action. This dual-system model implies that empirically manipulating different visual information sources during performance of an interceptive action might lead to the emergence of distinct gaze and movement… CONTINUE READING
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