Anarchic Hand Syndrome: Bimanual sensitivity to irrelevant information

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Anarchic hand syndrome is characterised by unintended but purposeful and autonomous movements of the upper limb and intermanual conflict.


Based on predictions of internal models of movement generation, we examined the role of visual cues in unimanual and bimanual movements in a patient with anarchic hand syndrome and in a matched control.

In Experiment 1, participants with Anarchic Hand Syndrome

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