Saccadic-like visuomotor adaptation involves little if any perceptual effects

  title={Saccadic-like visuomotor adaptation involves little if any perceptual effects},
  author={Damien Laurent and Olivier Sillan and C. Prablanc},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
Studies on visuomotor adaptation provide crucial clues on the functional properties of the human motor system. The widely studied saccadic adaptation paradigm is a major example of such a fruitful field of investigation. Magescas and Prablanc (J Cogn Neurosci 18(1):75–83, 2006) proposed a transposition of this protocol to arm pointing behavior, by designing an experiment in which the informational context of the upper limb visuomotor system is comparable to that of the saccadic system. Subjects… CONTINUE READING

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