Individual data and clear assumptions about movement

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 20 (2):313-314 (1997)

It is important to study movement data from individual subjects rather than by averaging data across subjects or trials, because averaged data may follow different laws than those followed by the individual data. This fact can be shown mathematically. In addition, clear assumptions and a thorough understanding of their consequences are a necessary component of any realistic model
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