Learning a visuomotor transformation in a local area of work space produces directional biases in other areas.

@article{Ghilardi1995LearningAV,
  title={Learning a visuomotor transformation in a local area of work space produces directional biases in other areas.},
  author={M Felice Ghilardi and James Gordon and Claude Ghez},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  year={1995},
  volume={73 6},
  pages={2535-9}
}
1. The dependence of directional biases in reaching movements on the initial position of the hand was studied in normal human subjects moving their unseen hand on a horizontal digitizing tablet to visual targets displayed on a vertical computer screen. 2. When initial hand positions were to the right of midline, movements were systematically biased clockwise. Biases were counterclockwise for starting points to the left. Biases were unaffected by the screen location of the starting and target… CONTINUE READING
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