Flexible strategies for sensory integration during motor planning

  title={Flexible strategies for sensory integration during motor planning},
  author={Samuel J Sober and Philip N. Sabes},
  journal={Nature Neuroscience},
When planning target-directed reaching movements, human subjects combine visual and proprioceptive feedback to form two estimates of the arm's position: one to plan the reach direction, and another to convert that direction into a motor command. These position estimates are based on the same sensory signals but rely on different combinations of visual and proprioceptive input, suggesting that the brain weights sensory inputs differently depending on the computation being performed. Here we show… CONTINUE READING
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