Is efficient control of visually guided movement directly mediated by current feedback?

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 27 (1):49-50 (2004)
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The main issue addressed here concerns the central notion of a forward internal model, through which efficient control and planning are linked together and to the related online predictive error processing. The existence of such a model has strong implications in action production and may question Glover's model.
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