Movement speed effects on limb position drift

@article{Brown2003MovementSE,
  title={Movement speed effects on limb position drift},
  author={Liana E. Brown and David A. Rosenbaum and Robert L. Sainburg},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={2003},
  volume={153},
  pages={266-274}
}
Previous research has shown that even when limb position drifts considerably during continuous blind performance, the topological and metrical properties of generated hand paths remain remarkably invariant. We tested two possible accounts of this intriguing effect. According to one hypothesis, position drift is due to degradation of limb-position information. This hypothesis predicted that drift of static hand positions at movement reversals should not depend on movement speed. According to the… CONTINUE READING
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