Performing Actions in a Changing Environment (PACE)

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Description: PACE will investigate the structure of the cortical and subcortical networks supporting visually guided sensorimotor control of reaching and provide a neurocomputational mechanism.

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Performing Actions in a Changing Environment (PACE) Catching a falling cellphone and reaching a fast approaching tennis ball even when those are temporarily precluded by visual obstacles are examples of remarkable predictive interceptive actions that humans can normally perform. This ability requires dynamic visual motion processing and fine predictive motor control that rely on manifold informat...

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