Inference of complex human motion requires internal models of action: behavioral evidence

@article{Saunier2007InferenceOC,
  title={Inference of complex human motion requires internal models of action: behavioral evidence},
  author={Ghislain Saunier and Charalambos Papaxanthis and Claudia D. Vargas and Thierry Pozzo},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={2007},
  volume={185},
  pages={399-409}
}
Previous behavioral investigation from our laboratory (Pozzo et al. in Behav Brain Res 169:75–82, 2006) suggests that the kinematic features influence the subject’s capacity to estimate the final position of simple arm movement in which the last part of the trajectory is hidden. The authors argue the participation of internal information, as the kinematic parameters, to compensate the lack of the visual input. The purpose of this report was to verify if the dependency of visual motion inference… CONTINUE READING