A. Prochazka

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It is known that the springlike properties of muscles provide automatic load compensation during weight bearing. How crucial is sensory control of the motor output given these basic properties of the locomotor system? To address this question, a neuromuscular model was used to test two hypotheses. (1) Stretch reflexes are too weak and too delayed to(More)
Age-related changes in the EEG energy and spectral composition were examined in 17,722 healthy subjects (truck drivers), 20 to 70 years old. Linear correlations between age vs global EEG energy and spectral powers (SPs) of EEG frequency ranges were estimated by linear regression analysis. Significant dependences of the global EEG energy and SPs of all EEG(More)
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