Generation and Modulation of Action Patterns

Experimental Brain Research Series Band 15

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Einband Taschenbuch
Herausgeber Herbert Heuer, Christoph Fromm
Seitenzahl 278
Erscheinungsdatum 06.12.2011
Sprache Englisch
ISBN 978-3-642-71478-8
Verlag Springer Berlin
Maße (L/B/H) 24,4/17/1,5 cm
Gewicht 508 g
Auflage Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1986

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  • Formation and Initiation of Action Patterns.- Initiation of Voluntary Movements and the Supplementary Motor Area.- Comparative Timing of Neuronal Discharge in Cortical and Cerebellar Structures During a Simple Arm Movement in the Monkey.- Preparation for Action: Slow Potentials and EMG.- Characterization of Joint — Interpolated Arm Movements.- Precuing Methods in the Study of Motor Programming.- Programming of Rapid Finger Sequences.- Programming of Complex Sequences: Evidence from the Timing of Rapid Speech and Other Productions.- Intermanual Interactions During Programming of Finger Movements: Transient Effects of “Homologous Coupling”.- Modulation and Maintenance of Action Patterns.- Pattern Formation in Speech and Limb Movements Involving Many Degrees of Freedom.- Task Dynamic Coordination of the Speech Articulators: A Preliminary Model.- Understanding Human Movement.- Opposition Space as a Structuring Concept for the Analysis of Skilled Hand Movements.- Self-Inhibition and the Disruptive Effects of Internal and External Feedback in Skilled Behavior.- On Knowing How to Do Things.- Do Units of Motor Action Really Exist?.- Gearing Action to the Environment.- Rapid Limb Movements and Their Modulation with Task Demands.- On Information Processing and Performing a Movement Sequence.- Requirements for a Generalized Model of the Control of Walking Behaviour in Hexapods at Any Orientation to the Gravity Vector.- Evidence for the Control of Velocity as Well as Position in Leg Protraction and Retraction by the Stick Insect.