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Distinct visual resolution supports aperture shaping in natural and pantomime-grasping

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Pantomime-grasping is a "simulated" motor response wherein an individual grasps to an area dissociated from a physical target. The task has been used in the apraxia literature as a proxy for natural grasping (i.e., physically grasping a target); however, it is important to recognize that the task's decoupled spatial relations between stimulus and response renders the top-down processing of target features (e.g., size) that accumulating evidence has shown to be mediated by visual information f...

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10.1037/cep0000264

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0000-0001-9775-6055
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0000-0002-6817-1629
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University of Oxford
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MSD
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Psychiatry
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University of Western Ontario
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American Psychological Association
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Volume:
76
Issue:
1
Pages:
22-28
Place of publication:
Canada
Publication date:
2021-10-25
Acceptance date:
2021-07-19
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1878-7290
ISSN:
1196-1961
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34694839
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English
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1320254
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2023-02-08

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