Prospective versus predictive control in timing of hitting a falling ball

@article{Katsumata2011ProspectiveVP,
  title={Prospective versus predictive control in timing of hitting a falling ball},
  author={Hiromu Katsumata and Daniel M. Russell},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={2011},
  volume={216},
  pages={499-514}
}
Debate exists as to whether humans use prospective or predictive control to intercept an object falling under gravity (Baurès et al. in Vis Res 47:2982–2991, 2007; Zago et al. in Vis Res 48:1532–1538, 2008). Prospective control involves using continuous information to regulate action. τ, the ratio of the size of the gap to the rate of gap closure, has been proposed as the information used in guiding interceptive actions prospectively (Lee in Ecol Psychol 10:221–250, 1998). This form of control… CONTINUE READING

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