Recalibration in functional perceptual-motor tasks: A systematic review.
Brand, MT and de Oliveira, RF (2017). Recalibration in functional perceptual-motor tasks: A systematic review. Human Movement Science. 56 (Pt B), pp. 54-70. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.humov.2017.10.020
|Authors||Brand, MT and de Oliveira, RF|
Skilled actions are the result of a perceptual-motor system being well-calibrated to the appropriate information variables. Changes to the perceptual or motor system initiates recalibration, which is the rescaling of the perceptual-motor system to informational variables. For example, a professional baseball player may need to rescale their throws due to fatigue. The aim of this systematic review is to analyse how recalibration can and has been measured and also to evaluate the literature on recalibration. Five databases were systematically screened to identify literature that reported experiments where a disturbance was applied to the perceptual-motor system in functional perceptual-motor tasks. Each of the 91 experiments reported the immediate effects of a disturbance and/or the effects of removing that disturbance after recalibration. The results showed that experiments applied disturbances to either perception or action, and used either direct or indirect measures of recalibration. In contrast with previous conclusions, active exploration was only sufficient for fast recalibration when the relevant information source was available. Further research into recalibration mechanisms should include the study of information sources as well as skill expertise.
|Keywords||Action; Ecological psychology; Perception; Recalibration; Scaling; Engineering; Medical And Health Sciences; Psychology And Cognitive Sciences; Experimental Psychology|
|Journal||Human Movement Science|
|Journal citation||56 (Pt B), pp. 54-70|
|Digital Object Identifier (DOI)||https://doi.org/10.1016/j.humov.2017.10.020|
|02 Nov 2017|
|Publication process dates|
|Deposited||20 Nov 2017|
|Accepted||02 Nov 2017|
|Accepted author manuscript|
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