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  • Communicating hands: ERPs elicited by meaningful symbolic hand postures. 

    Gunter, TC; Bach, P (Ireland, 2004-11-30)
    Meaningful and meaningless hand postures were presented to subjects who had to carry out a semantic discrimination task while electrical brain responses were recorded. Both meaningful and control sets of hand postures ...
  • Composition and decomposition in bimanual dynamic learning. 

    Howard, IS; Ingram, JN; Wolpert, DM (United States, 2008-10-15)
    Our ability to skillfully manipulate an object often involves the motor system learning to compensate for the dynamics of the object. When the two arms learn to manipulate a single object they can act cooperatively, whereas ...
  • Motor contagion during human-human and human-robot interaction. 

    Bisio, A; Sciutti, A; Nori, F; Metta, G; Fadiga, L; Sandini, G; Pozzo, T (United States, 2014)
    Motor resonance mechanisms are known to affect humans' ability to interact with others, yielding the kind of "mutual understanding" that is the basis of social interaction. However, it remains unclear how the partner's ...
  • The statistics of natural hand movements. 

    Ingram, JN; Körding, KP; Howard, IS; Wolpert, DM (Germany, 2008-06)
    Humans constantly use their hands to interact with the environment and they engage spontaneously in a wide variety of manual activities during everyday life. In contrast, laboratory-based studies of hand function have ...

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