mostraligabue
» » Peripheral and Spinal Mechanisms in the Neural Control of Movement, Volume 123 (Progress in Brain Research)

ePub Peripheral and Spinal Mechanisms in the Neural Control of Movement, Volume 123 (Progress in Brain Research) download

by M.D. Binder

ePub Peripheral and Spinal Mechanisms in the Neural Control of Movement, Volume 123 (Progress in Brain Research) download
Author:
M.D. Binder
ISBN13:
978-0444502889
ISBN:
0444502882
Language:
Publisher:
Elsevier Science; 1 edition (December 31, 1999)
Category:
Subcategory:
Medicine
ePub file:
1885 kb
Fb2 file:
1479 kb
Other formats:
lrf rtf lrf txt
Rating:
4.6
Votes:
128

The book serves as a unique reference volume and should be essential reading for anyone interested in motor systems.

Peripheral and Spinal Mechanisms in the Neural Control of Movement. View on ScienceDirect. Control of movement studied in man. 38. The sharing principle (. 39. Properties of human peripheral nerves: implications for studies of human motor control (D. Burke, . The book serves as a unique reference volume and should be essential reading for anyone interested in motor systems.

Paradoxically, a host of new findings have revealed an unexpected versatility in the behavior of these well-studied neural elements and circuits

Paradoxically, a host of new findings have revealed an unexpected versatility in the behavior of these well-studied neural elements and circuits.

High affinity binding sites for vasopressin (VP) are widely distributed within the rat brain and spinal cord.

Widmer University Hospital of Zurich; Neural Control of Movement Lab .

Widmer University Hospital of Zurich; Neural Control of Movement Lab, ETH Zurich, Zurich; Cereneo, Center for Neurology and Rehabilitation, Vitznau, Switzerland N Ziegler Institute of Human Movement Sciences and Sport, ETH Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland Preface Motivation, the driving force of our behavior, is relevant to all aspects of human life and the question how motivation can be enhanced is likewise ubiquitous As .

Описание: This is the 7th volume in the "Handbook of Clinical Neurophysiology" series on peripheral neuropathies.

Spinal cord and peripheral neural circuits are complex and heterogeneous .

2) to optogenetically control the spinal cord and peripheral nervous system (Fig. 3), although much work will need to be done to extend these strategies to primates. Here, we describe guiding principles that have governed progress in optogenetics in the spinal cord and peripheral nervous system over the last decade, distill the key scientific and therapeutic results achieved thus far (Fig.

Cite this chapter as: Roy J. Sequeira . Delerm B. (1993) Neural Control of Electrodermal Activity: Spinal and Reticular Mechanisms.

1937, Neural mechanisms controlling the palmar galvanic skin reflex and palmar sweating, Arch. Cite this chapter as: Roy J. In: Roy J. Boucsein . Fowles . NATO ASI Series (Series A: Life Sciences), vol 249.

Durbaba, Why are there three types of intrafusal muscle (bers? in: .

cle{Nielsen2002TheRO, title {The role of muscle spindles in constraining motor control}, author {Bj{o}rn Gilbert Nielsen}, journal {Neurocomputing}, year {2002}, volume {44-46}, pages {943-949} }. Bjørn Gilbert Nielsen. Published in Neurocomputing 2002. 1016/S0925-2312(02)00495-2. Durbaba, Why are there three types of intrafusal muscle (bers? in: . Computations underlying the execution of movement: a biological perspective.

Book Description: In the last decade, we have witnessed a striking maturation of our understanding of how neurons in the spinal cord control muscular activity and movement. Paradoxically, a host of new findings have revealed an unexpected versatility in the behavior of these well-studied neural elements and circuits.

Equilibrium-point control? Yes! Deterministic mechanisms of control? . In: The coordination and regulation of movements.

Equilibrium-point control? Yes! Deterministic mechanisms of control? No!. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, Vol. 18, Issue.

In the last decade, we have witnessed a striking maturation of our understanding of how neurons in the spinal cord control muscular activity and movement. Paradoxically, a host of new findings have revealed an unexpected versatility in the behavior of these well-studied neural elements and circuits. In this volume, the world's leading experts review the current state of our knowledge of motor control, outline their latest results and developments, and delineate the seminal unresolved questions in this vibrant field of research. The volume begins with a commentary and overview of our current understanding of the peripheral and spinal basis of motor control. The remainder of the volume is divided into seven sections, each focused on a different problem. The first chapter in each section provides some historical review and presages the experimental findings and hypotheses that are discussed in subsequent chapters.Topics include the biomechanics of neuromuscular systems, the properties of motoneurons and the muscle units they control, spinal interneurons, pattern generating circuits, locomotion, descending control of spinal circuits, comparative physiology of motor systems, and motor systems neurophysiology studied in man. The book serves as a unique reference volume and should be essential reading for anyone interested in motor systems. Moreover, the volume's comprehensive coverage of a wide range of topics make it an effective textbook for graduate level courses in motor control neurobiology, kinesiology, physical therapy, and rehabilitation medicine.