Hitting moving targets with a continuously changing temporal window

Abstract

Hitting a moving target requires that we do not miss the target when it is around the aimed position. The time available for us not to miss the target when it is at the position of interest is usually called the time window and depends on target’s speed and size. These variables, among others, have been manipulated in previous studies but kept constant… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00221-015-4321-x

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