Commentary on “ Homeostasis of exercise hyperpnea and optimal sensorimotor integration : The internal model paradigm ” by Poon et al

@inproceedings{Cherniack2007CommentaryO,
  title={Commentary on “ Homeostasis of exercise hyperpnea and optimal sensorimotor integration : The internal model paradigm ” by Poon et al},
  author={Neil S. Cherniack},
  year={2007}
}
In this paper Poon et al. (2007) summarize their innovative oncepts of the regulation of breathing during exercise and when O2 is inhaled, review the evidence that supports their ideas, nd elaborate on their concept of an internal model. They proose that breathing is optimally controlled, minimizing both the eviation of PCO2 from a desired level and the work of the resiratory muscles required to maintain PCO2 at that level, and hat it does this through the use of an internal model. Internal… CONTINUE READING
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