Effector movement triggers gaze-dependent spatial coding of tactile and proprioceptive-tactile reach targets
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Highlights•We examined gaze-dependent coding of tactile and proprioceptive reach targets.•Reach errors varied with gaze if eyes or target effector moved before the reach.•Reach errors were unaffected by gaze if no effector movement (eye/arm) occurred.•We suggest a flexible use of reference frames depending on effector movement.

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