Motor Control Strategies in a Continuous Task Space

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Motor Control Strategies in a Continuous Task Space. / Schuetz, Christoph; Weigelt, Matthias; Odekerken, Dennis; Klein-Soetebier, Timo; Schack, Thomas.

In: Motor Control, Vol. 15, No. 3, 07.2011, p. 321-341.

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Schuetz, C, Weigelt, M, Odekerken, D, Klein-Soetebier, T & Schack, T 2011, 'Motor Control Strategies in a Continuous Task Space', Motor Control, vol. 15, no. 3, pp. 321-341.

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Schuetz, C., Weigelt, M., Odekerken, D., Klein-Soetebier, T., & Schack, T. (2011). Motor Control Strategies in a Continuous Task Space. Motor Control, 15(3), 321-341.

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Schuetz C, Weigelt M, Odekerken D, Klein-Soetebier T, Schack T. Motor Control Strategies in a Continuous Task Space. Motor Control. 2011 Jul;15(3):321-341.

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abstract = "Previous studies on sequential effects of human grasping behavior were restricted to binary grasp type selection. We asked whether two established motor control strategies, the end-state comfort effect and the hysteresis effect, would hold for sequential motor tasks with continuous solutions. To this end, participants were tested in a sequential (predictable) and a randomized (nonpredictable) perceptual-motor task, which offered a continuous range of posture solutions for each movement trial. Both the end-state comfort effect and the hysteresis effect were reproduced under predictable, continuous conditions, but only the end-state comfort effect was present under nonpredictable conditions. Experimental results further revealed a work range restriction effect, which was reproduced for the dominant and the nondominant hand.",
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