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PROGRESS IN MOTOR CONTROL : a multidisciplinary perspective.

Publisher: [Place of publication not identified], SPRINGER, 2016.
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This ground-breaking book brings together researchers from a wide range of disciplines to discuss the control and coordination of processes involved in perceptually guided actions.


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Document Type: Book
ISBN: 148997900X 9781489979001
OCLC Number: 980482700
Contents: The Nature of Motor Control.- Nature of Motor Control: Not Strictly "Motor", Not Quite "Control".- Beyond Control: The Dynamics of Brain-Body-Environment Interaction in Motor Systems.- Towards Testable Neuromechanical Control Architectures for Running.- Control from an Allometric Perspective.- Synergies: Atoms of Brain and Behavior.- Nature of Motor Control: Perspectives and Issues.- What is Encoded in the Brain?.- Past, Present, and Emerging Principles in the Neural Encoding of Movement.- From Intention to Action: Motor Cortex and the Control of Reaching Movements.- Control of Muscle Synergies by Cortical Ensembles.- Behavioral and Neurophysiological Aspects of Target Interception.- Learning from Learning: What Can Visuomotor Adaptations Tell us About the Neuronal Representation of Movement?.- The Problem of Parametric Neural Coding in the Motor System.- Perception and Action.- to Section on Perception and Action.- Mutuality in the Perception of Affordances and the Control of Movement.- Object Avoidance During Locomotion.- The Roles of Vision and Proprioception in the Planning of Reaching Movements.- Using Predictive Motor Control Processes in a Cognitive Task: Behavioral and Neuroanatomical Perspectives.- The Human Mirror Neuron System and Embodied Representations.- Disorders of the Perceptual-Motor System.- Motor Learning.- Some Contemporary Issues in Motor Learning.- Motor Learning and Consolidation: The Case of Visuomotor Rotation.- Cortical Processing during Dynamic Motor Adaptation.- Motor Learning: Changes in the Structure of Variability in a Redundant Task.- Time Scales, Difficulty/Skill Duality, and the Dynamics of Motor Learning.- Bridging of Models for Complex Movements in 3D.- Bridging of Models for Complex Movements in 3D.- The Posture-Based Motion Planning Framework: New Findings Related to Object Manipulation, Moving Around Obstacles, Moving in Three Spatial Dimensions, and Haptic Tracking.- Grasping Occam's Razor.- Review of Models for the Generation of Multi-Joint Movements in 3-D.- The Hand as a Complex System.- Why the Hand?.- Selective Activation of Human Finger Muscles after Stroke or Amputation.- Neural Control of Hand Muscles During Prehension.- Multi-Finger Prehension: Control of a Redundant Mechanical System.- A Mathematical Approach to the Mechanical Capabilities of Limbs and Fingers.- Forty Years of Equilibrium-Point Hypothesis.- Origin and Advances of the Equilibrium-Point Hypothesis.- The Biomechanics of Force Production.- The Implications of Force Feedback for the ? Model.- Control and Calibration of Multi-Segment Reaching Movements.- The Equilibrium-Point Hypothesis - Past, Present and Future.


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