Force-field adaptation without proprioception: Can vision be used to model limb dynamics?

  title={Force-field adaptation without proprioception: Can vision be used to model limb dynamics?},
  author={Fabrice R. Sarlegna and Nicole Malfait and Lionel Bringoux and Christophe Bourdin and Jean-Louis Vercher},
Because our environment and our body can change from time to time, the efficiency of human motor behavior relies on the updating of the neural processes transforming intentions into actions. Adaptation to the context critically depends on sensory feedback such as vision, touch or hearing. Although proprioception is not commonly listed as one of the main senses, its role is determinant for the coordination of daily gestures like goal-directed arm movements. In particular, previous work suggests… CONTINUE READING

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