Once a target (blue dot) appears, slice through it QUICKLY with your white dot (either hidden or visible).
The movie below is an example where your white dot is hidden during movement.
How do you adapt your movements in response to changes in the environment?
Your ability to adjust
Your ability to adjust is measured by how close you got the white dot to the target after the mismatch was introduced.
The average participant's ability to adjust
Your adjustment style
Average participant's adjustment style
Your adjustment to the mismatch was partly intentional (explicit aiming) and partly automatic (implicit muscle memory). Intentional adjustments are implemented slowly and deliberately, but have higher accuracy. Automatic adjustments are implemented rapidly and subconciously, but tend to have lower accuracy.
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