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The training of coordination is generally considered a volitional activity, during which, by trial and perception of results, an individual selects the muscular activity resulting in the desired performance. This concept of volitionally directed complex coordination of multiple muscles with speed, skill, and strength does not stand the test of thorough(More)
I N PREVIOUS communications (I, 2) it was reported that chronic renal artery-nerve or splanchnic nerve stimulation would produce arterial hypertension for the duration of the stimulus. The purpose of this communication is to present the results of further investigation of the effect of chronic splanchnic nerve stimulation upon and renal function. arterial(More)
  • F J Kottke
  • 1980
All motor activity is based on inherent reflexes and on modification of those reflexes by higher centers. The reflex patterns are developed as the result of the neuronal connections and remain consistent rather than showing variability. It is only the extent of spread of excitation through the entire distribution of the reflex pathway that changes with(More)