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Context-Dependent Dual Adaptation to Opposing Visuomotor Rotations
When reaching towards objects, the human central nervous system (CNS) can actively compensate for two different perturbations simultaneously (dual adaptation), though this does not simply occur upon presentation. Dual ...
Movement-Based Cues Aid the Formation and Retrieval of Multiple Motor Memories
The ability to switch between different visuomotor mapping accurately and efficiently is an invaluable feature to a flexible and adaptive human motor system. This can be examined in dual adaptation paradigms where the motor ...