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Studies on anticipatory planning of object manipulation showed initial task failure (i.e., object roll) when visual object shape cues are incongruent with other visual cues, such as weight distribution/density (e.g.,

Studies on anticipatory planning of object manipulation showed initial task failure (i.e., object roll) when visual object shape cues are incongruent with other visual cues, such as weight distribution/density (e.g., symmetrically shaped object with an asymmetrical density). This suggests that shape cues override density cues. However, these studies typically only measured forces, with digit placement constrained. Recent evidence suggests that when digit placement is unconstrained, subjects modulate digit forces and placement.

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    • 2016-04-21
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    • Digital object identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0154033
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    Lee-Miller, T., Marneweck, M., Santello, M., & Gordon, A. M. (2016). Visual Cues of Object Properties Differentially Affect Anticipatory Planning of Digit Forces and Placement. Plos One, 11(4). doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0154033

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