Moving faster while preserving accuracy.

@article{Missenard2011MovingFW,
  title={Moving faster while preserving accuracy.},
  author={Olivier Missenard and Laure Fernandez},
  journal={Neuroscience},
  year={2011},
  volume={197},
  pages={233-41}
}
Achieving movements with accuracy despite the inevitable variability of the neuromuscular mechanisms is an important everyday life problem, which has to be solved for the production of any adapted motor act, such as walking, writing, catching, or pointing. To solve this problem when we have to make goal-directed movements as fast as possible, we systematically increase movement time when accuracy requirements increase, a ubiquitous phenomenon qualified as speed-accuracy trade-off. It has been… CONTINUE READING

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