What's different in speed/accuracy trade-offs in young and elderly subjects

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 20 (2):321-321 (1997)
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We question whether Plamondon & Alimi's model is useful in accounting for the nonsymmetrical and multiple-peaked velocity profiles observed in young and elderly subjects for ballistic aiming tasks. For these subjects, both data and observation suggest that a central representation initiates the movement in an appropriate direction but that multiple adjustments are made, both early and late, to achieve spatial accuracy
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