Vision and Goal Directed Movement

In order to interact with the environment, an individual must code, store and translate spatial information into the appropriate motor commands for achieving an outcome.

Working from this premise, Vision and Goal-Directed Movement: Neurobehavioral Perspectives discusses how visual perception, attention and memory are linked to the processes of movement preparation and execution.

With contributions from active researchers in movement science, the book presents the latest theories on the utilisation of vision in goal-directed movement control.

It is a reference for researchers in movement science, experimental psychology and neuroscience and also a supplementary text for undergraduate or post-graduate courses covering special topics.

Price: £51.95 I €57.10
ision and Goal-Directed Movement: Neurobehavioral Perspectives.

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