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Prablanc C, Martin O (1992) Automatic control during hand reaching at undetected two-dimensional target displacements. Journal of Neurophysiology, 67(2):455-469    
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1. Abbs JH, Gracco VL (1981) Control of complex gesture: Oro-facial muscle responses to load perturbations of lip during speech. Journal of Neurophysiology, 51:705-723
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2. Alstermark B, Górska T, Lundberg A, Pettersson L' (1990) Integration in descending motor pathways controlling the forelimb in cat. 16. Visually guided switching of target reaching. Experimental Brain Research, 80(1):1-11
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3. Becker W, Jürgens R (1979) An analysis of the saccadic system by means of double-step stimuli. Vision Research, 19:967-983
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4. 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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5. Bonnet M, Requin J, Stelmach GE (1982) Specification of direction and extent in motor programming. Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society, 19:31-34
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6. Campbell FW, Wurtz RH (1978) Saccadic omission: Why we do not see a grey-out during a saccadic movement? Vision Research, 18:1297-1303
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7. Carlton LG (1981) Processing visual feedback information for movement control. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 7(5):1019-1030
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8. Favilla M, Gordon J, Hening W, Ghez C (1990) Trajectory control in targeted force impulses. VII. Independent setting of amplitude and direction in response preparation. Experimental Brain Research, 79:530-538
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9. Feldman AG (1966) Functional tuning of the nervous system during control of movement of a steady posture. II. Controllable parameters of the muscle. Biophysics, 11:566-578
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10. 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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11. Ghez C, Hening W, Favilla M (1990) Parallel interaction channels in the initiation specification of motor responses. In: Jeannerod M (eds) Attention and Performance XIII. Motor Representation and Control. Erlbaum, Hillsdale, NJ, pp 265–293
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12. Gielen CCAM, van der Heuvel PJ, Denier van der Gon JJ (1984) Modification of muscle activation patterns during fast goal-directed arm movements. Journal of Motor Behaviour, 16:2-19
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13. 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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14. Guitton DS, Volle M (1987) Gaze control in humans: Eye-head coordination during orienting movements to targets within and beyond the oculomotor range. Journal of Neurophysiology, 58:427-459
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15. Guitton DS, Munoz DP, GallianaALLIANA L (1990) Gaze control in the cat: Studies and modelling of the coupling between orienting eye and head movements in different behavioural tasks. Journal of Neurophysiology, 64:509-531
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16. Jeannerod M (1988) The Neural and Behavioural Organization of Goal-Directed Movements. Clarendon Press, Oxford
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17. Keele SW (1981) Behavioral analysis of movement. In: (eds) Handbook of Physiology. The Nervous System. Motor Control (sect 1, vol 2). American Physiological Society, Washington, DC, pp 1391–1414
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18. Laurutis VP, Robinson DA (1986) The vestibulo-ocular reflex during human saccadic eye movements. Journal of Physiology, 373:209-233
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19. Matin E, Clymer AB, Matin L (1972) Metacontrast and saccadic suppression. Science, 178:170-171
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20. Megaw ED (1974) Possible modification to a rapid on-going programmed manual response. Brain Research, 71:425-441
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21. Munoz DP, Pélisson D, Guitton DS (1991) Movement of neural activity on the superior colliculus map during gaze shifts. Science, 251:1358-1360
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22. Munoz DP, Pélisson D (1989) Gaze control in the head- free cat. II. Spatio-temporal variations in the discharge of superior colliculus output neurons. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, 15:807
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23. Munoz DP, Guitton DS (1985) Tecto spinal neurons in the cat have discharges coding gaze position errors. Brain Research, 341:184-188
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24. Pélisson D, Prablanc C, Urquizar C (1988) Vestibuloocular reflex inhibition and gaze saccade control characteristics during eye-head orientation in human. Journal of Neurophysiology, 59:997-1913
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25. 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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26. Prablanc C, Massé D, Echallier JF (1978) Error correcting mechanisms in large saccades. Vision Research, 18:557-560
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27. Prablanc C, Jeannerod M (1975) Corrective saccades: Dependence on retinal reafferent signals. Vision Research, 15:465-469
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28. Prablanc C, Pélisson D (1990) Gaze saccade orienting and hand pointing are locked to their goal by quick internal loops. In: Jeannerod M (eds) Attention and Performance XIII. Motor Representation and Control. Erlbaum, Hillsdale, NJ, pp 653–676
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29. Prablanc C, Pélisson D, Goodale MA (1986) Visual control of reaching movements without vision of the limb. I. Role of retinal feedback of target position in guiding the hand. Experimental Brain Research, 62(2):293-302
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30. 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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31. van Gisbergen JAM, van Opstal AJ, Roebroek JGH (1987) Stimuli-induced midflight modification of saccade trajectories. In: O'Regan JK, Levy-Schoen A (eds) Eye Movements: From Physiology to Cognition. Elsevier, Amsterdam, pp 27–36
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32. van Sonderen JF, Van der Gon JJD, Gielen CCAM (1988) Conditions determining early modification of motor programmes in response to changes in target location. Experimental Brain Research, 71(2):320-328
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33. Westheimer G (1954) Eye movement responses to a horizontally moving visual stimulus. Arch. Ophthalmol, 52:932-941
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34. Wheeless LJ, Boynton R, Cohen G (1966) Eye movement responses to step and pulse step stimuli. Journal of the Optical Society of America, 56:956-960
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35. Woodworth RS (1899) The accuracy of voluntary movement. Psychological Reviews Monograph, 3(13):1-119
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