Detection of slow movements imposed at the elbow during active flexion in man.

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1. Subjects' ability to detect movements imposed at the elbow during active flexion was measured. Movements of three different angular velocities (0.04, 0.4 and 4.4 deg/s) were applied to the arm while subjects maintained one of two force levels of active flexion. The threshold magnitudes for detection of the direction of imposed movement were found. 2. All… (More)

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@article{Taylor1992DetectionOS, title={Detection of slow movements imposed at the elbow during active flexion in man.}, author={Janet L. Taylor and D. I. McCloskey}, journal={The Journal of physiology}, year={1992}, volume={457}, pages={503-13} }