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  1. Herbert Heuer & Mathias Hegele (2015). Explicit and Implicit Components of Visuo-Motor Adaptation: An Analysis of Individual Differences. Consciousness and Cognition 33:156-169.
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  2. Arnaud Boutin, Yannick Blandin, Cristina Massen, Herbert Heuer & Arnaud Badets (2014). Conscious Awareness of Action Potentiates Sensorimotor Learning. Cognition 133 (1):1-9.
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  3. Mathias Hegele & Herbert Heuer (2010). Implicit and Explicit Components of Dual Adaptation to Visuomotor Rotations. Consciousness and Cognition 19 (4):906-917.
    Concurrent adaptation to two different visuomotor transformations has been shown to be possible as long as discriminative contextual cues are available. The authors examined explicit and implicit components of visually cued dual adaptation in younger and older adults. They found that only young adults, but not old adults, produced appropriate adaptive shifts of hand-movement direction to compensate for the visuomotor rotations. Aftereffects, conceived as a measure of implicit knowledge, were only poorly developed. Furthermore, only participants in the younger group exhibited (...)
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  4. Sandra Sülzenbrück & Herbert Heuer (2009). Functional Independence of Explicit and Implicit Motor Adjustments. Consciousness and Cognition 18 (1):145-159.
    Adaptation to novel visuomotor transformations for example when navigating a cursor on a computer monitor by using a computer mouse, can be explicit or implicit. Explicit adjustments are made when people are informed about the occurrence and the type of a novel visuomotor transformation and intentionally modify their movements. Implicit adjustments, in contrast, are made without reportable knowledge of a novel visuomotor transformation and without a change intention. The relation of implicit adjustments to explicit adjustments needs further clarification. Here we (...)
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  5. Herbert Heuer (1997). What is Fitts' Law About? Behavioral and Brain Sciences 20 (2):312-313.
    Movement time and accuracy, as defined by Plamondon & Alimi, do not conform to empirical definitions. When definitions are used that conform better to empirical ones, the original predictions of the kinematic theory are no longer valid – as is demonstrated by simulations. Thus the theoretically derived quadratic law and the successful empirical quadratic law seem to be independent of each other.
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  6. Herbert Heuer (1989). Movement Strategies as Points on Equal-Outcome Curves. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 12 (2):220.
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  7. Herbert Heuer (1987). Does a Hand Preference Indicate a Hemispheric Specialization? Behavioral and Brain Sciences 10 (2):277.
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