Defining visuomotor dissociations and an application to the oculomotor system

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 27 (1):27-28 (2004)
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Abstract

The perception/planning–control conception has a direct predecessor in a cognitive/sensorimotor scheme, where the cognitive branch includes Glover's perception and planning functions. The sensorimotor branch corresponds to Glover's control function. The cognitive/sensorimotor scheme, like the perception/planning–control scheme, differentiates between motor planning and direct motor control, which is inaccessible to awareness or to long-term memory.

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