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Karklinsky M, Flash T. The 2/3 power law originates in the motor plan. In: Computational motor Control workshop 9. Computational motor Control workshop 9. Beer-sheva, Isreal.; 2013.
D K, Karklinsky M, Flash T, Shmuelof L. The building blocks of curved trajectories: studying the effect of shortened preparation time on movement planning and execution. In: ISFN. ISFN. Eilat, Israel; 2013.
Karklinsky M, Flash T. The 2/3 power law originates in the motor plan: a motor imagery study. In: Neural control of movement (NCM 2014). Neural control of movement (NCM 2014). Amsterdam, Netherlands; 2013.
Kohen D, Karklinsky M, Meirovitch Y, Flash T, Shmuelof L. Shortening preparation time for curved trajectories reveals an ongoing control of movement segments. In: Neural control of movement (NCM 2014). Neural control of movement (NCM 2014). Amsterdam, Netherlands; 2014.
WP1-Human-Motor-Primitives
Karklinsky M, Flash T. The 2/3 power law originates in the motor plan. In: Computational motor Control workshop 9. Computational motor Control workshop 9. Beer-sheva, Isreal.; 2013.
D K, Karklinsky M, Flash T, Shmuelof L. The building blocks of curved trajectories: studying the effect of shortened preparation time on movement planning and execution. In: ISFN. ISFN. Eilat, Israel; 2013.
Karklinsky M, Flash T. The 2/3 power law originates in the motor plan: a motor imagery study. In: Neural control of movement (NCM 2014). Neural control of movement (NCM 2014). Amsterdam, Netherlands; 2013.
Kohen D, Karklinsky M, Meirovitch Y, Flash T, Shmuelof L. Shortening preparation time for curved trajectories reveals an ongoing control of movement segments. In: Neural control of movement (NCM 2014). Neural control of movement (NCM 2014). Amsterdam, Netherlands; 2014.

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