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Dyads are couples of collaborative humans that perform a task together while mechanically connected by a robot. As shown in different studies  , haptic interaction can be beneficial for motor performance so that the dyad outperforms the subject executing the task alone. These achievements are hypothesized to be the result of the haptic communication engaged between the subjects that triggers internal forward models. In this way the dyad's components can attain additional information aboutdoi:10.1109/embc46164.2021.9631092 pmid:34892624 fatcat:my56hzslxrhljfec5l3g22epha