Visual target separation determines the extent of generalisation between opposing visuomotor rotations

@article{Woolley2011VisualTS,
  title={Visual target separation determines the extent of generalisation between opposing visuomotor rotations},
  author={Daniel G. Woolley and A. de Rugy and Richard G Carson and Stephan Riek},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={2011},
  volume={212},
  pages={213-224}
}
Here we investigated the influence of angular separation between visual and motor targets on concurrent adaptation to two opposing visuomotor rotations. We inferred the extent of generalisation between opposing visuomotor rotations at individual target locations based on whether interference (negative transfer) was present. Our main finding was that dual adaptation occurred to opposing visuomotor rotations when each was associated with different visual targets but shared a common motor target… CONTINUE READING

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