Internal models and contextual cues: encoding serial order and direction of movement.

@article{Wainscott2005InternalMA,
  title={Internal models and contextual cues: encoding serial order and direction of movement.},
  author={Stephanie K Wainscott and Opher Donchin and Reza Shadmehr},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  year={2005},
  volume={93 2},
  pages={
          786-800
        }
}
During reaching, the brain may rely on internal models to transform desired sensory outcomes into motor commands. This transformation depends on both the state of the limb and the cues that can identify the context of the movement. How are contextual cues and information about state of the limb combined in the computations of internal models? We considered a reaching task where forces on the hand depended on both the direction of movement (state of the limb) and order of that movement in a… CONTINUE READING

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