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Organization Of Voluntary Movement
C. Ghez, W. Hening, J. Gordon
Published 1991 · Computer Science, Medicine
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There have recently been a number of advances in our knowledge of the organization of complex, multi-joint movements. Promising starts have been made in our understanding of how the motor system translates information about the location of external targets into motor commands encoded in a body-based coordinate system. Two simplifying strategies for trajectory control that are discussed are parallel specification of response features and the programming of equilibrium trajectories. New insights have also been gained into how neural systems process sensory information to plan and assist with task performance. A number of recent papers emphasize the feedforward use of sensory input, which is mediated through models of the external world, the body's physical plant, and the task structure. These models exert their influence at both reflex and higher levels and permit the preparation of predictive default parameters of trajectories as well as strategies for resolving task demands.
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