Visual cues influence motor coordination: behavioral results and potential neural mechanisms mediating perception-action coupling and response selection

Wenderoth N, Weigelt M (2009)
In: Mind and Motion: The Bidirectional Link between Thought and Action. Progress in Brain Research, 174. Elsevier BV: 179-188.

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Here we review behavioral and brain imaging results on stimulus-response selection in the context of bimanual movements, which is a prototypical paradigm frequently used to investigate the coordination of complex motor behavior. We propose that stimulus-response selection is constrained at the motor, perceptual, and cognitive levels, with the relative importance of each dependent on the task context. Motor constraints seem to dominate when response selection requirements are low, whereas perceptual and cognitive constraints become increasingly important when the appropriate movement has to be associated with a visual cue. We argue that certain cue features determine how task goals are conceptualized, which influences how a particular motor response is selected and implemented by the nervous system.
Stichworte
bimanual control; motor binding; action representation; parieto-premotor networks; stimulus-response mapping; goals; action; task switching
Erscheinungsjahr
2009
Buchtitel
Mind and Motion: The Bidirectional Link between Thought and Action
Band
174
Seite(n)
179-188
ISBN
9780444533562
ISSN
0079-6123
Page URI
https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/1794385

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Wenderoth N, Weigelt M. Visual cues influence motor coordination: behavioral results and potential neural mechanisms mediating perception-action coupling and response selection. In: Mind and Motion: The Bidirectional Link between Thought and Action. Progress in Brain Research. Vol 174. Elsevier BV; 2009: 179-188.
Wenderoth, N., & Weigelt, M. (2009). Visual cues influence motor coordination: behavioral results and potential neural mechanisms mediating perception-action coupling and response selection. Mind and Motion: The Bidirectional Link between Thought and Action, Progress in Brain Research, 174, 179-188. Elsevier BV. doi:10.1016/S0079-6123(09)01315-6
Wenderoth, N., and Weigelt, M. (2009). “Visual cues influence motor coordination: behavioral results and potential neural mechanisms mediating perception-action coupling and response selection” in Mind and Motion: The Bidirectional Link between Thought and Action Progress in Brain Research, vol. 174, (Elsevier BV), 179-188.
Wenderoth, N., & Weigelt, M., 2009. Visual cues influence motor coordination: behavioral results and potential neural mechanisms mediating perception-action coupling and response selection. In Mind and Motion: The Bidirectional Link between Thought and Action. Progress in Brain Research. no.174 Elsevier BV, pp. 179-188.
N. Wenderoth and M. Weigelt, “Visual cues influence motor coordination: behavioral results and potential neural mechanisms mediating perception-action coupling and response selection”, Mind and Motion: The Bidirectional Link between Thought and Action, Progress in Brain Research, vol. 174, Elsevier BV, 2009, pp.179-188.
Wenderoth, N., Weigelt, M.: Visual cues influence motor coordination: behavioral results and potential neural mechanisms mediating perception-action coupling and response selection. Mind and Motion: The Bidirectional Link between Thought and Action. Progress in Brain Research. 174, p. 179-188. Elsevier BV (2009).
Wenderoth, Nicole, and Weigelt, Matthias. “Visual cues influence motor coordination: behavioral results and potential neural mechanisms mediating perception-action coupling and response selection”. Mind and Motion: The Bidirectional Link between Thought and Action. Elsevier BV, 2009.Vol. 174. Progress in Brain Research. 179-188.

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