Data from: Visuomotor adaptation: how forgetting keeps us conservative

Katinka Van Der Kooij, Eli Brenner, Robert J. Van Beers & Jeroen B. J. Smeets
Even when provided with feedback after every movement, adaptation levels off before biases are completely removed. Incomplete adaptation has recently been attributed to forgetting: the adaptation is already partially forgotten by the time the next movement is made. Here we test whether this idea is correct. If so, the final level of adaptation is determined by a balance between learning and forgetting. Because we learn from perceived errors, scaling these errors by a magnification factor...
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