Location but not amount of stimulus occlusion influences the stability of visuomotor coordination

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The current study examined whether the amount and location of available movement information influenced the stability of visuomotor coordination. Participants coordinated a handheld pendulum with an oscillating visual stimulus in an inphase and antiphase manner. The effects of occluding different amounts of phase at different phase locations were examined… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00221-009-1982-3

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@article{Hajnal2009LocationBN, title={Location but not amount of stimulus occlusion influences the stability of visuomotor coordination}, author={Alen Hajnal and Michael J. Richardson and Steven J. Harrison and R. C. Schmidt}, journal={Experimental Brain Research}, year={2009}, volume={199}, pages={89-93} }