Rapid feedback responses correlate with reach adaptation and properties of novel upper limb loads.

@article{Cluff2013RapidFR,
  title={Rapid feedback responses correlate with reach adaptation and properties of novel upper limb loads.},
  author={Tyler Cluff and S. H. Scott},
  journal={The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience},
  year={2013},
  volume={33 40},
  pages={15903-14}
}
A hallmark of voluntary motor control is the ability to adjust motor patterns for novel mechanical or visuomotor contexts. Recent work has also highlighted the importance of feedback for voluntary control, leading to the hypothesis that feedback responses should adapt when we learn new motor skills. We tested this prediction with a novel paradigm requiring that human subjects adapt to a viscous elbow load while reaching to three targets. Target 1 required combined shoulder and elbow motion… CONTINUE READING
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