Reproducing the end location of a positioning movement: the long and short of it.

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Two experiments were conducted in an attempt to determine the conditions under which shifts in the starting position of a linear positioning response influenced the reproduction of the end location of movements of various lengths. In Experiment 1, response bias (i.e., shift in constant error) was affected by the direction of the shift in starting position… (More)

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@article{Wrisberg1985ReproducingTE, title={Reproducing the end location of a positioning movement: the long and short of it.}, author={Craig A. Wrisberg and Thierry Winter}, journal={Journal of motor behavior}, year={1985}, volume={17 2}, pages={242-54} }