The present perspective piece elaborates recent extensions of a framework that focuses on motor and cognitive processes. The key findings underlying the proposed framework come from research on bimanual actions. It is proposed that general principles emerging from this work are potentially applicable to a broad range of motor and cognitive skills. The present paper is an attempt to outline the framework and provide a context to encourage discussion and generation of ideas across fields, with the hope of bringing together and translating basic research findings into efficacious therapies.
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