The role of vision for the control of aiming movements
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Written in English

Subjects:

  • Perceptual-motor learning,
  • Visual perception

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Statementby Leslie Gene Carlton.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationv, 127 leaves
Number of Pages127
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13552101M
OCLC/WorldCa7874656

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The role of vision for online control of manual aiming movements in persons with autism spectrum disorders. Glazebrook C(1), Gonzalez D, Hansen S, Elliott D. Author information: (1)McMaster University, Canada. [email protected] by: The primary purpose of the present study was to test the assumption that vision plays a dual role in the control of sequential aiming movements. Similar to single target movements, vision may be used within each movement segment to correct errors in the limb trajectory as Cited by: The role of vision for online control of manual aiming movements in persons with Autism Spectrum Disorders Article in Autism 13(4) August with 35 Reads How we measure 'reads'. The role of the various types of visual information provided by the eyes (e.g., vision of the moving limb or of the target for the movement) and the role of eye movements in enhancing nonvisual.

a. Concerns vision's feedback role during movement b. Researchers have tried to answer this question since original work by Woodworth in c. Typical Procedure: Compare accuracy of rapid manual aiming movements of various MTs with target visible and then not visible just after movement begins i. Currently, best estimate is a range of disclaimer! these are some key words and definitions. this should not take the place of studying the book/notes!!! dr dean said that much of the test would be over using this stuff in real life situations.   A modulation of the primary impulse of manual/video-aiming movements performed without visual feedback has been reported. In the present study, we show that this modulation is modified (a) with increased practice, (b) the use of an aligned visual display, and (c) the availability of visual feedback on alternated trials. However, this modulation was not as efficient as that observed in a Cited by: 5. 1. Visual processing time and the control of movement (L.G. Carlton). 2. Intermittent versus continuous control of manual aiming movements (D. Elliott). 3. Visual feedback processing and manual asymmetries: An evolving perspective (R.G. Carson). 4. On the specificity of learning and the role of visual information for movement control (L. Proteau).

Selective perturbation of visual input during prehension movements. Experimental Brain Resea Prablanc, c., D. Pelisson and M.A. Goodale, Visual control of reaching movements without vision of the limb. I. Role of retinal feedback of target position in guiding the hand. Experimental Brain Resea Proteau, L Cited by: The Role of Retinal Limb Position on the Use of Visual Feedback during Manual Aiming Movements. Andrew Kennedy. Masters of Science. Graduate Department of Exercise Science University of Toronto. ct. Abstract. Vision is important for the control of upper Author: Andrew Kennedy. THE ROLE OF VISION IN THE PREPARATION AND EXCUTION OF MULTIPLE TARGET MOVEMENTS SALAH SARTEEP SCHOOL OF SPORT, HEALTH AND EXERCISE SCIENCES Chapter The dual role of vision in sequential aiming movements . In this chapter, we provide support for the idea that vision is mainly used to define the trajectory and the kinematics of reaching movements. Proprioception appears to be critical in the transformation of this plan into the motor commands sent to the arm by: