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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  
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1. Alstermark B, Eide E, Górska T, Lundberg A, Pettersson L' (1984) Visually guided switching of forelimb target reaching in cats. Acta Physiologica Scandinavica, 120(1):151-153
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2. 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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3. Botvinick MM, Cohen JD (1998) Rubber hands 'feel' touch that eyes see. Nature, 391(6669):756
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4. 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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5. Herter TM, Takei T, Munoz DP, Scott SH (2015) Neurons in red nucleus and primary motor cortex exhibit similar responses to mechanical perturbations applied to the upper-limb during posture. Frontiers in Integrative Neuroscience, :29
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6. 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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7. Petersen SE, Robinson DL (1985) Pulvinar nuclei of the behaving rhesus monkey: Visual responses and their modulation. Journal of Neurophysiology, 54:867-886
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8. Schmolesky MT, Wang Y, Hanes DP, Thompson KG, Leutgeb S, Schall JD, Leventhal AG (1998) Signal timing across the macaque visual system. Journal of Neurophysiology, 79(6):3272-3278
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9. Scott SH (2004) Optimal feedback control and the neural basis of volitional motor control. Nature Reviews Neuroscience, 5(7):534-546
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10. Stein JF, Richardson A (2009) Cognitive disorders: a question of misattribution. Current Biology, 9:R374-376
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11. Takeichi N, Kaneko CRS, Fuchs AF (2005) Discharge of monkey nucleus reticularis tegmenti pontis neurons changes during saccade adaptation. Journal of Neurophysiology, 94(3):1938-1951
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12. 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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