Does implicit motor imagery ability predict reaching correction efficiency? A test of recent models of human motor control.

Abstract:

:Neurocomputational models of reaching indicate that efficient purposive correction of movement midflight (e.g., online control) depends on one's ability to generate and monitor an accurate internal (neural) movement representation. In the first study to test this empirically, the authors investigated the relationship between healthy young adults' implicit motor imagery performance and their capacity to correct their reaching trajectory. As expected, after controlling for general reaching speed, hierarchical regression demonstrated that imagery ability was a significant predictor of hand correction speed; that is, faster and more accurate imagery performance associated with faster corrections to reaching following target displacement at movement onset. They argue that these findings provide preliminary support for the view that a link exists between an individual's ability to represent movement mentally and correct movement online efficiently.

journal_name

J Mot Behav

authors

Hyde C,Wilmut K,Fuelscher I,Williams J

doi

10.1080/00222895.2013.785927

subject

Has Abstract

pub_date

2013-01-01 00:00:00

pages

259-69

issue

3

eissn

0022-2895

issn

1940-1027

journal_volume

45

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