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(Marey law)
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  • Is Fitts' law continuous in discrete aiming? [Journal Article]
    PLoS One 2012; 7(7):e41190Sleimen-Malkoun R, Temprado JJ, … Berton E
  • The lawful continuous linear relation between movement time and task difficulty (i.e., index of difficulty; ID) in a goal-directed rapid aiming task (Fitts' law) has been recently challenged in reciprocal performance. Specifically, a discontinuity was observed at critical ID and was attributed to a transition between two distinct dynamic regimes that occurs with increasing difficulty. In the pres…
  • Clinical Trials Legislation - preparing for the revision of the European Directive Scheduled for 2011. [Review]
    Therapie 2010 Jul-Aug; 65(4):301-8, 291-9Bilbault P, Belorgey C, … participants of Round Table n°4 of Giens XXV
  • The aim of the Round Table was to make recommendations with regard to the imminent revision of the European Directive on clinical drug trials (2001/20/CE). While recognising the importance of compliance with this Directive, which is not optimal in some member states of the European Union, it would be constructive to simplify further and harmonise its application in every country. Without necessar…
  • Fitts' law is not continuous in reciprocal aiming. [Journal Article]
    Proc Biol Sci 2010; 277(1685):1179-84Huys R, Fernandez L, … Jirsa VK
  • It takes longer to accomplish difficult tasks than easy ones. In the context of motor behaviour, Fitts' famous law states that the time needed to successfully execute an aiming movement increases linearly with task difficulty. While Fitts' explicit formulation has met criticism, the relation between task difficulty and movement time is invariantly portrayed as continuous. Here, we demonstrate tha…
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