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Does distraction cause us to skip to the next step in a motor plan?
Often, if one is concentrating too hard on a particular task, it seems as though it's quite easy to skip to the next step of a plan of action. For example, a baseball infielder may attempt a throw to ...
Sep 14 '13 at 1:58
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