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Unformatted text preview: Click to edit Master subtitle style 2/4/11 Proprioception, Touch, and 2/4/11 Proprioception, Touch, & Vision  Sensory information is essential for all theories of motor control and learning Information before the movement Information during the movement Information after the movement  Focus in this book is on three types: 2/4/11 Vision and Motor Control  In many tasks vision is the preferred source of sensory information Evidence from everyday experiences  Beginning typists look at their fingers  Beginning dancers look at their feet Evidence from research  The classic moving room experiment 2/4/11 The Moving Room  Lee & Aronson (1974) Participants stood in a room in which the walls moved toward or away from them but floor did not move Situation created a conflict between vision and proprioception 2/4/11 The Moving Room  Results When the walls moved, people adjusted their posture to not fall, even though they werent moving off balance  So people, trusted their visual information more than their proprioceptive information 2/4/11 Functional example similar to moving room 2/4/11 Neurophysiology of the eye Cornea Iris Lens Sclera Aqueous humor 2/4/11...
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