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During this period, then, the influence of the initial motor representations on selection of the arm movement decreases, while the influence of the cognitive system increases. This finding recalls similar effects in deafferented patients reported by Ghez, Gordon and Ghilardi (1995). Those authors found that movement accuracy of deafferented patients shows a transient benefit if the patient is given sight of their hand, or of the target, just prior to reaching. In normals, John Warm (Warm & Ibrahim, 1992) has reported a tendency for the perceived position of a limb to drift after several seconds, unless proprioception is recalibrated by some external source.
Cognitive Contributions to the Perception of Spatial and Temporal Events by Gisa Aschersleben, Talis Bachmann and Jochen Müsseler (Eds.)