Crossman–Goodeve theory

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A theory based on the observation that there tends to be a trade off between speed of movements and their accuracy see Fitt's law). The Crossman–Goodeve theory proposes that rapid movements are dependent on intermittent control, with the commands for action being produced alternately with the analysis of feedback in order to determine movement corrections.

Subjects: Sports and Exercise Medicine.

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