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Daniela Corbetta, Rebecca F. Wiener, Sabrina L. Thurman, and Emalie McMahon

Hofsten ( 1977 ) failed to find the prisms’ adaptation responses that had been reported by McDonnell ( 1975 ). Infants in his study often aimed at the virtual object defined by the converging prisms using ballistic movements and, thus, often missed intercepting the actual object. If he observed

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Anthony Campitelli, Sally Paulson, Jennifer Vincenzo, Jordan M. Glenn, Joshua L. Gills, Megan D. Jones, Melissa Powers, and Michelle Gray

application as a predictor for physical performance. Specifically, outside of one previous study ( Glenn, Gray, & Binns, 2017 ), all previous literature associating reductions in muscular power across the lifespan have utilized non-ADL, ballistic movements. Though it is uncertain whether non-ADL, absolute