Is interlimb transfer of force-field adaptation a cognitive response to the sudden introduction of load?

@article{Malfait2004IsIT,
  title={Is interlimb transfer of force-field adaptation a cognitive response to the sudden introduction of load?},
  author={Nicole Malfait and David J. Ostry},
  journal={The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience},
  year={2004},
  volume={24 37},
  pages={
          8084-9
        }
}
Recently, Criscimagna-Hemminger et al. (2003) reported a pattern of generalization of force-field adaptation between arms that differs from the pattern that occurs across different configurations of the same arm. Although the intralimb pattern of generalization points to an intrinsic encoding of dynamics, the interlimb transfer described by these authors indicates that information about force is represented in a frame of reference external to the body. In the present study, subjects adapted to… CONTINUE READING

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