Laczko, Jozsef

Progress in Motor Control

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Table of contents

Part I. Theoretical Motor Control

1. Modularity for Motor Control and Motor Learning
Andrea d’Avella

2. Synergies in Grasping
Jeroen B. J. Smeets, Eli Brenner

3. Encoding Temporal Features of Skilled Movements—What, Whether and How?
Katja Kornysheva

4. Predictability and Robustness in the Manipulation of Dynamically Complex Objects
Dagmar Sternad, Christopher J. Hasson

Part II. Fifty Years of the Equilibrium-Point Hypothesis

5. Fifty Years of Physics of Living Systems
Mark L. Latash

6. The Relationship Between Postural and Movement Stability
Anatol G. Feldman

7. Principles of Motor Recovery After Neurological Injury Based on a Motor Control Theory
Mindy F. Levin

Part III. Neurophysiological Mechanisms of Motor Control

8. What Do TMS-Evoked Motor Potentials Tell Us About Motor Learning?
Richard G. Carson, Kathy L. Ruddy, Emmet McNickle

9. Motor Control of Human Spinal Cord Disconnected from the Brain and Under External Movement
Winfried Mayr, Matthias Krenn, Milan R. Dimitrijevic

10. Anticipation in Object Manipulation: Behavioral and Neural Correlates
Thomas Schneider, Joachim Hermsdörfer

Part IV. Learning of Skilled Behavior

11. Brain Plasticity and the Concept of Metaplasticity in Skilled Musicians
Eckart Altenmüller, Shinichi Furuya

12. The Coordination Dynamics of Observational Learning: Relative Motion Direction and Relative Phase as Informational Content Linking Action-Perception to Action-Production
John J. Buchanan

13. Rethinking the Study of Volition for Clinical Use
Elizabeth B. Torres

Part V. Impaired Motor Control and Rehabilitation

14. Motor Lateralization Provides a Foundation for Predicting and Treating Non-paretic Arm Motor Deficits in Stroke
Robert L. Sainburg, Candice Maenza, Carolee Winstein, David Good

15. Control of Cycling Limb Movements: Aspects for Rehabilitation
Jozsef Laczko, Mariann Mravcsik, Peter Katona

16. Impaired Voluntary Movement Control and Its Rehabilitation in Cerebral Palsy
Andrew M. Gordon

17. Can Motor Recovery in Stroke Be Improved by Non-invasive Brain Stimulation?
John C. Rothwell

Part VI. Human-Machine Interface

18. Organizing and Reorganizing Coordination Patterns
Rajiv Ranganathan, Robert A. Scheidt

19. A Computational Index to Describe Slacking During Robot Therapy
Davide Piovesan

20. Toward a Proprioceptive Neural Interface that Mimics Natural Cortical Activity
Tucker Tomlinson, Lee E. Miller

Keywords: Biomedicine, Neurosciences, Sport Science, Biomedical Engineering/Biotechnology

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Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology
Medicine, Health Care, Mode
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