Evidence of a limited visuo-motor memory used in programming wrist movements

@article{Miall1995EvidenceOA,
  title={Evidence of a limited visuo-motor memory used in programming wrist movements},
  author={R. Christopher Miall and Patrcia Haggard and Julian D. Cole},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={1995},
  volume={107},
  pages={267-280}
}
Human subjects can pre-program movements on the basis of visual cues. Experience in a particular task leads to the storage of appropriate control parameters which are used in programming subsequent movements, via a short-term motor memory. The form, duration and usage of this memory are, however, uncertain. Repetitive wrist flexion and extension movements were measured in four subjects. Three were neurologically normal men; the fourth subject had a peripheral large-fibre sensory neuropathy… CONTINUE READING

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