Movement prediction and movement production.

@article{Wexler2001MovementPA,
  title={Movement prediction and movement production.},
  author={Mark Wexler and François Klam},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance},
  year={2001},
  volume={27 1},
  pages={48-64}
}
The prediction of future positions of moving objects occurs in cases of actively produced and passively observed movement. Additionally, the moving object may or may not be tracked with the eyes. The authors studied the difference between active and passive movement prediction by asking observers to estimate displacements of an occluded moving target, where the movement was driven by the observer's manual action or was passively observed. In the absence of eye tracking, they found that in the… CONTINUE READING

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