Arnold Mitnitski

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It has been suggested that the coordination of the activity of multiple muscles results from the comparison of the actual configuration of the body with a referent configuration specified by the nervous system so that the recruitment and gradation of the activity of each skeletal muscle depend on the difference between these two configurations. Active(More)
When reaching towards objects placed outside the arm workspace, the trunk assumes an active role in transport of the hand by contributing to the extent of movement while simultaneously maintaining the direction of reach. We investigated the spatial-temporal aspects of the integration of the trunk motion into reaching. Specifically, we tested the hypothesis(More)
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