Do movement planning and control represent independent modules?

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 27 (1):35-36 (2004)
We address three issues that might be important in evaluating the validity of the planning–control model: (1) It could be artificial to distinguish between control and planning when control involves the re-planning of a new corrective submovement that overlaps with the initial response; (2) experiments involving illusions are not totally compelling; (3) selectively implicating the superior parietal lobe in movement control and the basal ganglia in movement planning, appears questionable.
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DOI 10.1017/S0140525X04320029
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