Speed/accuracy trade-offs in rapid simultaneous and sequential actions: Evidence for carryover effects

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 20 (2):320-320 (1997)
Abstract
The idea of a neuromuscular synergy involving independent amplitude commands to the agonist and antagonist musculature is quite an appealing part of Plamondon's theory. One question that might be raised relates to the relative independence of the two commands. Evidence is presented that suggests that the two commands might be related in sequential or simultaneous rapid aiming movements
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