Lior Botzer and Amir Karniel Feedback and feedforward adaptation to visuomotor delay during reaching and slicing movements European Journal of Neuroscience 38
We investigated the control of reaching movements during an imposed visuomotor delay. In a series of two experiments, subjects learned to reach and to perform rhythmic movements using a visual feedback cue to a spatial target. Our findings show that subjects can adapt to visual delay, and our computational model and simulations explain these results based on two adapted forward models and a third feedforward controller, while refuting delay representation in a pure forward vision-based predictor.
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