Temporal and Spatial Relationship between Reaching and Grasping. Commentary on “A New View on Grasping”

in Motor Control
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Smeets and Brenner propose a model that attempts to account for the action patterns involved in prehensile behaviors. However, the model does not provide a full account of the available data on temporal and spatial relationships between the transport and grasp components. Predictions from the model in its current form appear to correspond only to experimental results in a very general way.

The authors are with the Motor Control Laboratory, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ 85287-0404.

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