Are speed/accuracy trade-offs caused by neuromotor noise, or not?

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 20 (2):306-307 (1997)
Notwithstanding its overwhelming descriptive power for existing data, it is not clear whether the kinematic theory of Plamondon & Alimi could generate new insights into biomechanical constraints and psychological processes underlying the way organisms trade off speed for accuracy. The kinematic model should elaborate on the role of neuromotor noise and on biomechanical strategies for reducing endpoint variability related to such noise
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