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Paulignan Y, Jeannerod M, MacKenzie C, Marteniuk RG (1991b) Selective perturbation of visual input during prehension movements. 2. The effects of changing object size. Experimental Brain Research, 87(2):407-420    
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2. Arbib MA (1985) Schemas for the temporal organization of behavior. Human Neurobiology, 48:63-72
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3. Bizzi E, Accornero N, Chapple B, Hogan N (1984) Posture control and trajectory formation during arm movement. Journal of Neuroscience, 4(11):2738-2744
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4. Bullock D, Grossberg S (1988) Neural dynamics of planned arm movements: Emergent invariants and speed-accuracy properties during trajectory formation. Psychological Review, 95:49-90
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5. Cole KJ, Abbs JH (1987) Kinematic and electromyographic responses to perturbation of a rapid grasp. Journal of Neurophysiology, 57:1498-1510
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6. Faugier-Grimaud S, Frenois C, Stein DG (1978) Effects of posterior parietal lesions on visually guided behavior in monkeys. Neuropsychologia, 16(2):151-168
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7. Franks IM, Sanderson DJ, van Donkelaar P (1990) A comparison of directly recorded and derived acceleration data in movement control research. Human Movement Science, 9:573-582
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8. Gentilucci M, Castiello U, Corradini ML, Scarpa M, Umiltà CA, Rizzolatti G (1991) Influence of different types of grasping on the transport component of prehension movements. Neuropsychologia, 29(5):361-378
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9. Georgopoulos AP, Kalaska JF, Massey JT (1981) Spatial trajectories and reaction times of aimed movements: Effects of practice, uncertainty, and change in target location. Journal of Neurophysiology, 46(4):725-743
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10. Goodale MA, Pélisson D, Prablanc C (1986) Large adjustments in visually guided reaching do not depend on vision of the hand or perception of target displacement. Nature, 320(6064):748-750
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11. Haggard P, Wing AM (1991) Remote responses to perturbation in human prehension. Neuroscience Letters, 122:103-108
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12. Jeannerod M (1989) The interaction of visual and proprioceptive cues in controlling reaching movements. In: Humphrey DR, Freund H (eds) Motor Control: Concepts and Issues. Wiley and Sons, Chichester, NY, pp 277–291
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13. Jeannerod M (1986) The formation of finger grip during prehension. A cortically mediated visuomotor pattern. Behavioural Brain Research, 19(2):99-116
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14. Jeannerod M (1984) The timing of natural prehension movement. Journal of Motor Behaviour, 16(3):235-254
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15. Marteniuk RG, Leavitt JL, Mackenzie CL, Athenes S (1990) functional relationships between grasp and transport components in a prehension task. Human Movement Science, 9:149-176
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16. Paulignan Y, MacKenzie C, Marteniuk RG, Jeannerod M (1990) The coupling of arm and finger movements during prehension. Experimental Brain Research, 79:431-435
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17. Paulignan Y, MacKenzie C, Marteniuk RG, Jeannerod M (1991a) Selective perturbation of visual input during prehension movements. 1. The effects of changing object position. Experimental Brain Research, 83(3):502-512
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18. Pélisson D, Prablanc C, Goodale MA, Jeannerod M (1986) Visual control of reaching movements without vision of the limb. II. Evidence of fast unconscious processes correcting the trajectory of the hand to the final position of a double-step stimulus. Experimental Brain Research, 62(2):303-311
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19. Prablanc C, Echallier JF, Jeannerod M, Komilis E (1979b) Optimal response of eye and hand motor system in pointing at a visual target. II. Static and dynamic visual cues in the control of hand movements. Biological Cybernetics, 35(3):183-187
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20. Soechting JF, Lacquaniti F (1983) Modification of trajectory of a pointing movement in response to a change in target location. Journal of Neurophysiology, 49(2):548-564
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21. Taira M, Mine S, Georgopoulos AP, Murata A, Sakata H (1990) Parietal cortex neurons of the monkey related to the visual guidance of hand movement. Experimental Brain Research, 83(1):29-36
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22. von Hofsten C, Rönnqvist L (1988) Preparation for grasping an object: A developmental study. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 14:610-621
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23. Wallace SA, Weeks DL (1988) Temporal constraints in the control of prehensive movements. Journal of Motor Behaviour, 20:81-105
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24. Wing AM, Turton AJ, Fraser C (1986) Grasp size and accuracy of approach in reaching. Journal of Motor Behaviour, 18:245-260
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25. Wing AM, Fraser C (1983) The contribution of the thumb to reaching movements. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 35(2):A297-309
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