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by F. Hlavacka,Thomas Mergner

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  • ISBN 0306451018
  • ISBN13 978-0306451010
  • Language English
  • Author F. Hlavacka,Thomas Mergner
  • Publisher Springer; 1 edition (August 31, 1995)
  • Pages 370
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From recent developments in the rapidly growing area of neuroscience it has become increasingly clear that a simplistic description of brain function as a broad collection of simple input-output relations is quite inadequate. Introspection already tells us that our motor behavior is guided by a complex interplay between many inputs from the outside world and from our internal "milieu," internal models of ourselves and the outside world, memory content, directed attention, volition, and so forth. Also, our motor activity normally involves more than a circumscribed group of muscles, even if we intend to move only one effector organ. For example, a reaching movement or a reorientation of a sensory organ almost invariably requires a pattern of preparatory or assisting activities in other parts of the body, like the ones that maintain the body's equilibrium. The present volume is a summary of the papers presented at the symposium "Sensory Interaction in Posture and Movement Control" that was held at Smolenice Castle near Bratislava, Slovakia, as a Satellite Symposium to the ENA Meeting 1994 in Vienna. The focus of this meeting was not only restricted to the "classical" sensory interactions such as between vestibular and visual signals, or between otolith and semicircular canal inputs. Rather, the symposium tried to consider also the interplay between perception and action, between reflexive and volitional motor acts as well as between sensory driven or self-initi­ ated motor acts and reafferent inputs.

Multisensory Control of Posture.

Multisensory Control of Posture. eBook 53,54 €. price for Russian Federation (gross). Introspection already tells us that our motor behavior is guided by a complex interplay between many inputs from the outside world and from our internal "milieu," internal models of ourselves and the outside world, memory content, directed attention, volition, and so forth.

Multisensory Control of Posture book. Details (if other): Cancel. F. Hlavacka, Thomas Mergner. Also, our motor activity normally involves more than a circumscribed group of muscles, even if we intend to move only one effector organ.

Автор: F. Hlavacka; Thomas Mergner Название: Multisensory Control of Posture Издательство: Springer . Its premise is that control of movement is based on a configuration of several sensory cues, all providing input.

Its premise is that control of movement is based on a configuration of several sensory cues, all providing input.

The present volume is a summary of the papers presented at the symposium "Sensory Interaction in Posture and Movement Control" that was held at Smolenice Castle near Bratislava, Slovakia, as a Satellite Symposium to the ENA Meeting 1994 in Vienna

The present volume is a summary of the papers presented at the symposium "Sensory Interaction in Posture and Movement Control" that was held at Smolenice Castle near Bratislava, Slovakia, as a Satellite Symposium to the ENA Meeting 1994 in Vienna. The focus of this meeting was not only restricted to the "classical" sensory interactions such as between vestibular and visual signals, or between otolith and semicircular canal inputs.

cle{ryCO, title {Multisensory control of human upright stance}, author {Christoph Maurer and . The interaction of different orientation senses contributing to posture control is not well understood.

The interaction of different orientation senses contributing to posture control is not well understood.

A multisensory posture control model of human upright stance. Thomas Mergner, Christoph Maurer, Robert J. Peterka

A multisensory posture control model of human upright stance. Peterka. We present a multisensory postural control model based on experiments where the balance in normal subjects and vestibular loss patients was perturbed by application of external torque produced b. More).