The influence of predicted arm biomechanics on decision making.

  title={The influence of predicted arm biomechanics on decision making.},
  author={Ignasi Cos and Nicolas B{\'e}langer and Paul Cisek},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  volume={105 6},
There is considerable debate on the extent to which biomechanical properties of movements are taken into account before and during voluntary movements. For example, while several models have described reach planning as primarily kinematic, some studies have suggested that implicit knowledge about biomechanics may also exert some influence on the planning of reaching movements. Here, we investigated whether decisions about reaching movements are influenced by biomechanical factors and whether… CONTINUE READING
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