Planning short pointing sequences

@article{Vindras2004PlanningSP,
  title={Planning short pointing sequences},
  author={Philippe Vindras and Paolo Viviani},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={2004},
  volume={160},
  pages={141-153}
}
An experiment tested the hypothesis that fast, short sequences of movements are planned as a whole, before movement inception. The experimental task consisted of pointing to either one (one-step condition), or two (two-step condition) visual targets aligned along the mid-sagittal axis in a horizontal plane. There were nine possible arrangements of the targets resulting from all combinations of three distances (5, 10, 15 cm), and two trial orders (blocked or random). Performances were… CONTINUE READING

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