Anchoring : moving from theory to therapy

Abstract

Limb movements are often rhythmic in nature, exhibiting sinusoidal-like oscillations. Nevertheless, the 'back and forth' trajectories are seldom perfectly harmonic and symmetric but often show discrepancies between the two half cycles, for example in terms of differences in peak velocity, fluency, and local reductions of spatial variability. A central tenet… (More)

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@inproceedings{Roerdink2009AnchoringM, title={Anchoring : moving from theory to therapy}, author={Melvyn Roerdink}, year={2009} }