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Relative sensitivity of explicit re-aiming and implicit motor adaptation
It has become increasingly clear that learning in visuomotor rotation tasks, which induce an angular mismatch between movements of the hand and visual feedback, largely results from the combined effort of two distinct processes: implicit motor adaptation and explicit re-aiming. However, it remains unclear how these two processes work together to produce trial-by-trial learning. Previous work has found that implicit motor adaptation operates automatically, regardless of task relevancy, anddoi:10.1101/308510 fatcat:aqba3kh3mfcudmyki55krzijsm