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Goodale MA, PĂ©lisson 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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1. Blanchard CCV, McGlashan HL, French B, Sperring RJ, Petrocochino B, Holmes NP (2017) Online control of prehension predicts performance on a standardised motor assessment test in 8-12 year old children. Frontiers in Psychology, 8:374
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2. Broadbent H (2017) On-line control of rapid hand movements in humans. MSc Thesis, , 8pp.
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3. Castiello U, Paulignan Y, Jeannerod M (1991) Temporal dissociation of motor responses and subjective awareness: A study in normal subjects. Brain, 114(6):2639-2655
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4. Chapman CS, Gallivan JP, Wood DK, Milne JL, Culham JC, Goodale MA (2010) Reaching for the unknown: Multiple target encoding and real-time decision-making in a rapid reach task. Cognition, 116(2):168-176
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5. Cressman EK, Franks IM, Enns JT, Chua R (2006) No automatic pilot for visually guided aiming based on colour. Experimental Brain Research, 171(2):174-183
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6. Della-Maggiore V, Malfait N, Ostry DJ, Paus T (2004) Stimulation of the posterior parietal cortex interferes with arm trajectory adjustments during the learning of new dynamics. Journal of Neuroscience, 24(44):9971-9976
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7. Fautrelle L, Prablanc C, Berret B, Ballay Y, Bonnetblanc F (2010b) Pointing to double-step visual stimuli from a standing position: Very short latency (express) corrections are observed in upper and lower limbs and may not require cortical involvement. Neuroscience, 169(2):697-705
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8. Glover SR, Miall RC, Rushworth MFS (2005) Parietal rTMS disrupts the initiation but not the execution of on-line adjustments to a perturbation of object size. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 17(1):124-136
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9. Gosselin-Kessiby N, Messier J, Kalaska JF (2008) Evidence for automatic on-line adjustments of hand orientation during natural reaching movements to stationary targets. Journal of Neurophysiology, 99(4):1653-1671
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10. Jakobson LS, Goodale MA (1989) Trajectories of reaches to prismatically-displaced targets: Evidence for . Experimental Brain Research, 78(3):575-587
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11. Milner AD (1997) Vision without knowledge. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, B: Biological Sciences, 352(1358):1249-1256
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12. 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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13. 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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14. 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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15. Pruszynski JA, King GL, Boisse L, Scott SH, Flanagan JR, Munoz DP (2010) Stimulus-locked responses on human arm muscles reveal a rapid neural pathway linking visual input to arm motor output. European Journal of Neuroscience, 32(6):1049-1057
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16. Turrell Y, Bard C, Fleury M, Teasdale N, Martin O (1998) Corrective loops involved in fast aiming movements: Effect of task and environment. Experimental Brain Research, 120(1):41-51
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