Asymmetric adaptation with functional advantage in human sensorimotor control

@article{Jeka2008AsymmetricAW,
  title={Asymmetric adaptation with functional advantage in human sensorimotor control},
  author={John J. Jeka and Kelvin S. Oie and Tim Kiemel},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={2008},
  volume={191},
  pages={453-463}
}
Human movement control is inherently stochastic, requiring continuous estimation of self-motion based upon noisy sensory inputs. The nervous system must determine which sensory signals are relevant on a time scale that enables successful behavior. In human stance control, failure to effectively adapt to changing sensory contexts could lead to injurious falls. Nonlinear changes in postural sway amplitude in response to changes in sensory environmental motion have indicated a dynamic changing of… CONTINUE READING
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