Global inhibition and midcourse corrections in speeded aiming.

Abstract

When some perceptual-motor relationships are reversed, participants might adopt a global inhibition strategy that replaces all normal movements with reversed movements. In two experiments, participants practiced moving a cursor from a start position to target locations. In a perceptual-motor reversal condition, in which horizontal but not vertical movements… (More)
DOI: 10.3758/MC.36.7.1228

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