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Control of arm movement in space

Control of arm movement in space

neurophysiological and computational approaches

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Published by Springer-Verlag in Berlin, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Motor cortex.,
  • Arm -- Movements,
  • Arm -- Innervation.,
  • Neural networks (Neurobiology),
  • Arm -- physiology -- congresses.,
  • Movement -- physiology -- congresses.,
  • Nervous System -- physiology -- congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementR. Caminiti, P.B. Johnson, Y. Burnod (eds.).
    SeriesExperimental brain research series ;, 22
    ContributionsCaminiti, R., Johnson, P. B., Burnod, Yves.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQP383.15 .C66 1992
    The Physical Object
    Pagination338 p. :
    Number of Pages338
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1701435M
    ISBN 103540550542, 0387550542
    LC Control Number92002264

    Hepp K, Haslwanter T, Straumann D, Hepp-Reymond M-C, Henn V () The control of arm, gaze and head by. Listing's law. In: Caminiti R (ed) Control of arm movement in space: neurophysiological and computational approaches. Springer, Berlin Heidelberg New York (Exp Brain Res Suppl) Google Scholar. Arm Injuries Heel Spur. Chemicals and Drugs 3. Sodium Channels Dyneins Movement Psychomotor Performance Reaction Time Algorithms Flight, Animal. Anthropology, Education, Sociology and Social Phenomena 6. United States National Aeronautics and Space Administration Patents as Topic Intellectual Property Private Sector Public Sector Government.

    Understanding how the body moves and creates movement with the muscles is a huge part of the job. In an earlier blog, we looked at how to study anatomy. We then started breaking down each body part, with the last blog looking at the muscles that move the scapulae. control of arm swing may be controlled by a locomotor pattern generator, and is perhaps an evolutionary hold-over from a quadrupedal past, a view supported by other workers (e.g. Gray, ; Jackson et al., ). Functionally, arm swing is often considered to be a mechanism for counteracting free vertical moments (i.e. torque about the.

    From inside of rotor to center of trailing arm on RR is: 5 in. Birdcage shock and spring drop is: 6 in. drop on RR Spring 6 in. drop on LR spring. Front to rear spacing 5 1/2in. on both sides from Center of trailing arm to center of Slider or coilover. Neural control of rhythmic human arm movement: phase dependence and task modulation of hoffmann reflexes in forearm muscles. Zehr EP(1), Collins DF, Frigon A, Hoogenboom N. Author information: (1)Motor Control Research Laboratory, School of Physical Education, University of Victoria, British Columbia V8W 3P1, Canada. [email protected]


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However, progress toward the better understanding of arm movement control is now being made by researchers in several disciplines. This volume brings together contributions from the fields of neuroanatomy, neurophysiology, behavior, and computational neuroscience.

Control of Arm Movement in Space: Neurophysiological and Computational Approaches (Experimental Brain Research Series (22)) Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. Edition by Roberto Caminiti (Editor), Paul B.

Johnson (Editor), Ives Burnod (Editor) & 0 more. Battaglia-Mayer, R. Caminiti, in Encyclopedia of Neuroscience, Visual Information Is Essential to Reaching. Arm movements are typically guided by vision, from target localization in space to visual control of movement trajectory and final shaping of the hand necessary to match the physical properties of the target object.

The visual direction of a target is mapped in retinotopic. Control of arm movement in space: neurophysiological and computational approaches.

[R Caminiti; P B Johnson; Yves Burnod;] Book: All Authors / Contributors: R Caminiti; P B Johnson; Yves Burnod. Find more information about: ISBN: intrinsic body space, the task was aimed at dissociating extrinsic from intrinsic coordinate systems.

Other behavioral tasks were used to dissociate movement direction from movement end point and to assess the influence of static spatial factors con- cerning the orientation of the arm in space on cortical by:   Uncontrollable movements include many types of movements that you cannot control.

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This condition may resemble any of the movement disorders, but is not due to neurological disease. Huntington's disease. This is an inherited progressive, neurodegenerative disorder that causes uncontrolled movements (chorea), impaired cognitive abilities and psychiatric conditions.

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Hemiballismus, a movement disorder arising from neuronal damage in the subthalamic nucleus, presents with violent movements of the arms and legs. Eye movement, a function of the basal ganglia, is influenced by the superior colliculus, a region of the brain that directs eye movement to specific points in space in response to stimuli.

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This isn’t as easy as sending a message from the brain to the muscle to make it “move”.Messages originate. This book uses international regime theory in order to identify the factors that enhance the chances for such arms control.

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