Inter- and intra-limb generalization of adaptation during catching

@article{Morton2001InterAI,
  title={Inter- and intra-limb generalization of adaptation during catching},
  author={Susanne M. Morton and Catherine E. Lang and Amy J. Bastian},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={2001},
  volume={141},
  pages={438-445}
}
We have previously shown that healthy adults require a few trials to adapt to a changed ball weight during catching. It is not known whether this adaptation generalizes to the opposite arm or to different configurations of the same arm. We tested healthy adult subjects catching balls of different weight while maintaining the hand within a vertical spatial "window." In experiment 1, subjects caught a series of light and heavy balls, first with one hand and then with the other. In experiment 2… CONTINUE READING

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