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Veerman MM, Brenner E, Smeets JBJ (2008) The latency for correcting a movement depends on the visual attribute that defines the target. Experimental Brain Research, 187(2):219-228    
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1. Holmes NP (2010) Hand-centred space and the control of movement. Research Seminar, Danish Research Centre for Magnetic Resonance, KĂžbenhavn, 29th September
  [NBArticle #32048] [Cites 16]
2. Holmes NP (2010) Hand-centred space and the control of movement. Research Seminar, Hamburg, 1st October
  [NBArticle #32049] [Cites 11]
3. Holmes NP (2010) Hand-centred space and the control of movement. Departmental Seminar, Department of Psychology, Royal Hollway, University of London, 1st December
  [NBArticle #32051] [Cites 15]
4. Holmes NP (2010) Hand-centred space and the on-line control of movement. Research Seminar, School of Psychology & Clinical Language Sciences, University of Reading, 14th December
  [NBArticle #32052] [Cites 11]
5. Holmes NP (2014) Rapid visual coding of hand position and the online control of reaching movements. Hand Symposium, CiMEC, University of Trento, Rovereto, Italy, 14th April
  [NBArticle #36890] [Cites 7]
6. Holmes NP, Blanchard CCV, French B, McGlashan HL (2017) The development of 'online' control in reaching and grasping. PAHDL Seminar, School of Psychology, University of Nottingham, 28th February
  [NBArticle #47577] [Cites 5]
7. Holmes NP (2017) The neural basis of rapid visual 'on-line' control of reaching movement. Vision Research Group Seminar, School of Psychology, University of Nottingham, 6th April
  [NBArticle #47935] [Cites 13]
8. Holmes NP (2017) Development and learning of the online control of reaching movements. Accelerating the impact of research into sensorimotor learning, University of Leeds, UK, 14th July
  [NBArticle #48837] [Cites 11]
9. Warren W (2017) Online-control of movement: testing motor cortex involvement with paired-pulse transcranial magnetic stimulation. Thesis, , 20pp.
  [NBArticle #48425] [Cites 29]
10. White AL, Linares D, Holcombe AO (2008) Visuomotor timing compensates for changes in perceptual latency. Current Biology, 18(20):R951-953
    [NBArticle #24353] [Cites 1]