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Why are "Strategies" "Sensitive"? Smoothing the way for a raison d'etre.
Wann, J.P., Nimmo-Smith, I. & Wing, A.M.
Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 12, 235-236.
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This paper responds to a position paper on the control of arm movements. It questions the relevance of positing control strategies without considering higher level behavioural influences. The minimum-jerk model of Wann, Nimmo-Smith and Wing (1988) is introduced as a possible criterion that impinges on human movement and has clear predictive merit.