Sensorimotor control theories propose that the central nervous system exploits expected sensory consequences generated by motor commands for movement planning, as well as online sensory feedback for comparison with expected sensory feedback for monitoring and correcting, if needed, ongoing motor output.

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    Frost, Ryan, Skidmore, Jeffrey, Santello, Marco, & Artemiadis, Panagiotis (2015). Sensorimotor control of gait: a novel approach for the study of the interplay of visual and proprioceptive feedback. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 9(14).

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