Knowledge of performance is insufficient for implicit visuomotor rotation adaptation.

@article{Peled2012KnowledgeOP,
  title={Knowledge of performance is insufficient for implicit visuomotor rotation adaptation.},
  author={Assaf Peled and Amir Karniel},
  journal={Journal of motor behavior},
  year={2012},
  volume={44 3},
  pages={185-94}
}
The ability to adapt is a fundamental and vital characteristic of the motor system. The authors altered the visual environment and focused on the ability of humans to adapt to a rotated environment in a reaching task, in the absence of continuous visual information about their hand location. Subjects could not see their arm but were provided with post trial knowledge of performance depicting hand path from movement onset to final position. Subjects failed to adapt under these conditions. The… CONTINUE READING

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