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  • 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 ...
  • Statistics of natural movements are reflected in motor errors. 

    Howard, IS; Ingram, JN; Körding, KP; Wolpert, DM (United States, 2009-09)
    Humans use their arms to engage in a wide variety of motor tasks during everyday life. However, little is known about the statistics of these natural arm movements. Studies of the sensory system have shown that the ...

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