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  1. Patrice Revol & Claude Prablanc (2004). Is Efficient Control of Visually Guided Movement Directly Mediated by Current Feedback? Behavioral and Brain Sciences 27 (1):49-50.
    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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  2. Michel Desmurget, Claude Prablanc & Yves Rossetti (1997). Kinematic Theory: From Numerical Fitting to Data Interpretation. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 20 (2):307-308.
    Plamondon's kinematic theory is very powerful from a descriptive point of view. Unfortunately, the fact that it neglects some fundamental features of the motor system, such as nonlinear inertial torque interactions or joint redundancies, limits its explanatory power and biological validity. As a consequence, the data presented by Plamondon & Alimi should be analyzed and interpreted with caution. There appears to be a gap between the observations reported by the authors and some of the conclusions they draw.
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  3. Michel Desmurget, Yves Rossetti & Claude Prablanc (1995). Natural Unconstrained Movements Obey Rules Different From Constrained Elementary Movements. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 18 (4):750.
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  4. Claude Prablanc (1994). Neuronal Death of the Cancellation Theory? Behavioral and Brain Sciences 17 (2):274.
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