Data for: Hierarchial motor adaptations negotiate failures during force field learning

Tsuyoshi Ikegami, Gowrishankar Ganesh, Tricia Gibo, Toshinori Yoshioka, Rieko Osu & Mitsuo Kawato
Humans have the amazing ability to learn the dynamics of the body and environment to develop motor skills. Traditional motor studies using arm reaching paradigms have viewed this ability as the process of ‘internal model adaptation’. However, the behaviors have not been fully explored in the case when reaches fail to attain the intended target. Here we examined human reaching under two force fields types; one that induces failures (i.e., target errors), and the other...
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