Timing a one-handed catch. II. Adaptation to telestereoscopic viewing.

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A pre-exposure, exposure, post-exposure design was used to assess the adaptation of the timing of a one-handed catch during telestereoscopic viewing. More specifically, it was examined whether the adaptation involved: (1) ignoring binocular sources of information and selecting other information, or (2) a recalibration of the coupling between the effected… (More)

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@article{Kamp1999TimingAO, title={Timing a one-handed catch. II. Adaptation to telestereoscopic viewing.}, author={John van der Kamp and Scott Bennett and G. J. P. Savelsbergh and Keith Davids}, journal={Experimental brain research}, year={1999}, volume={129 3}, pages={369-77} }