On the type of information used to control and learn an aiming movement after moderate and extensive training

@inproceedings{Proteau1987OnTT,
  title={On the type of information used to control and learn an aiming movement after moderate and extensive training},
  author={Luc Proteau and Ronald G. Marteniuk and Yves Girouard and Claude Dugas},
  year={1987}
}
Abstract This experiment was conducted to see if, in an aiming task (MT = 550 msec), where subjects received moderate (200 trials) or extensive practice (2000 trials), performance would benefit from vision of the performing limb and the target to be reached when compared to a situation where only the target to be reached was visually available. As a second goal, a transfer paradigm was used to see to what extent learning was specific to the conditions under which practice occurred. The results… CONTINUE READING

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