Kyung Koh

Bum Chul Yoon2
Hyun Joon Kwon2
2Bum Chul Yoon
2Hyun Joon Kwon
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We thank Chris Taber for insightful comments on an early draft. We also thank Ariel Pakes and other participants at a Harvard Labor Economics Workshop in April, 2014, for helpful comments on a previous draft. We thank Eleanor Dillon and Matthew Wiswall for comments received at a seminar at Arizona State University, February, 2015. We thank the special(More)
The ability to control redundant motor effectors is one of hallmarks in human motor control, and the topic has been studied extensively over several decades since the initial inquiries proposed by Nicholi Bernstein. However, our understanding of the influence of stroke on the control of redundant motor systems is very limited. This study aimed to(More)
Humans detect changes in the air pressure and understand the surroundings through the auditory system. The sound humans perceive is composed of two distinct physical properties, frequency and intensity. However, our knowledge is limited how the brain perceives and combines these two properties simultaneously (i.e., intra-auditory integration), especially in(More)
The hand, one of the most versatile but mechanically redundant parts of the human body, must overcome imperfect motor commands and inherent noise in both the sensory and motor systems in order to produce desired motor actions. For example, it is nearly impossible to produce a perfectly consistent note during a single violin stroke or to produce the exact(More)
The purpose of this study was to test the principle of motor abundance, which has been hypothesized as the principle by which the central nervous system controls the excessive degrees of freedom of the human movements, in contrast to the traditional negative view of motor redundancy. This study investigated the changes in force stabilizing and moment(More)
Three-dimensional patient-specific bone models have been used in computer-aided planning and biomechanical analysis of orthopaedic surgeries. Reconstruction methods using X-ray images have been developed recently. However, these reconstruction methods have limited ability to generate femur models with severe rotational deformities. In this study, a new(More)
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