Greater reliance on impedance control in the nondominant arm compared with the dominant arm when adapting to a novel dynamic environment

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This study investigated differences in adaptation to a novel dynamic environment between the dominant and nondominant arms in 16 naive, right-handed, neurologically intact subjects. Subjects held onto the handle of a robotic manipulandum and executed reaching movements within a horizontal plane following a pseudo-random sequence of targets. Curl field… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00221-007-1017-x

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