What can be learned from Smeets and Brenner's model about the control of grasping?


The present reaction on the paper of Smeets and Brenner focuses on two premises of their proposed model. The first is that grasping is nothing more than pointing with two fingers. It is argued that this assumption cannot be upheld in light of the differences between both actions with respect to neuromuscular structures, muscular innervation, use of visual… (More)