Selective use of perceptual recalibration versus visuomotor skill acquisition.

@article{Clower2000SelectiveUO,
  title={Selective use of perceptual recalibration versus visuomotor skill acquisition.},
  author={Dottie M. Clower and Driss Boussaoud},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  year={2000},
  volume={84 5},
  pages={2703-8}
}
Exposure to laterally displacing prisms is characterized by systematic misreaching in the opposite direction after prisms are removed. Other learning tasks involving altered visuomotor mappings can often be mastered by the subject with minimal resulting aftereffects. One variable that may account for this difference is the nature of the feedback provided to the subject: during studies of prism exposure, subjects usually view the hand itself, whereas in many studies of visuomotor learning… CONTINUE READING
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