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Unifying the Sensory and Motor Components of Sensorimotor Adaptation
Adaptation of visually guided reaching movements in novel visuomotor environments (e.g. wearing prism goggles) comprises not only motor adaptation but also substantial sensory adaptation, corresponding to shifts in ...
Robustness of VOR and OKR adaptation under kinematics and dynamics transformations
Many computational models of vestibulo-ocular reflex (VOR) adaptation have been proposed, however none of these models have explicitly highlighted the distinction between adaptation to dynamics transformations, in which ...
Implications of different classes of sensorimotor disturbance for cerebellar-based motor learning models
The exact role of the cerebellum in motor control and learning is not yet fully understood. The structure, connectivity and plasticity within cerebellar cortex has been extensively studied, but the patterns of connectivity ...
A Theory of Impedance Control based on Internal Model Uncertainty
Efficient human motor control is characterised by an extensive use of joint impedance modulation, which to a large extent is achieved by co-contracting antagonistic muscle pairs in a way that is beneficial to the specific ...