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Neuroscience: Feedback throttled down for smooth moves

Bibliographic reference Scott, Stephen H. ; Crevecoeur, Frédéric. Neuroscience: Feedback throttled down for smooth moves. In: Nature : international weekly journal of science, Vol. 509, no.7498, p. 38-39 (2014)
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