Optimal Task-Dependent Changes of Bimanual Feedback Control and Adaptation

@inproceedings{Diedrichsen2007OptimalTC,
  title={Optimal Task-Dependent Changes of Bimanual Feedback Control and Adaptation},
  author={J{\"o}rn Diedrichsen},
  booktitle={Current Biology},
  year={2007}
}
The control and adaptation of bimanual movements is often considered to be a function of a fixed set of mechanisms [1, 2]. Here, I show that both feedback control and adaptation change optimally with task goals. Participants reached with two hands to two separate spatial targets (two-cursor condition) or used the same bimanual movements to move a cursor presented at the spatial average location of the two hands to a single target (one-cursor condition). A force field was randomly applied to one… CONTINUE READING
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