Visuomotor feedback gains upregulate during the learning of novel dynamics

@inproceedings{Franklin2012VisuomotorFG,
  title={Visuomotor feedback gains upregulate during the learning of novel dynamics},
  author={Sae Franklin and Daniel M. Wolpert and David W. Franklin},
  booktitle={Journal of neurophysiology},
  year={2012}
}
At an early stage of learning novel dynamics, changes in muscle activity are mainly due to corrective feedback responses. These feedback contributions to the overall motor command are gradually reduced as feedforward control is learned. The temporary increased use of feedback could arise simply from the large errors in early learning with either unaltered gains or even slightly downregulated gains, or from an upregulation of the feedback gains when feedforward prediction is insufficient. We… CONTINUE READING

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