Directional specificity of postural muscles in feed-forward postural reactions during fast voluntary arm movements

@article{Aruin2004DirectionalSO,
  title={Directional specificity of postural muscles in feed-forward postural reactions during fast voluntary arm movements},
  author={A. Aruin and M. Latash},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={2004},
  volume={103},
  pages={323-332}
}
  • A. Aruin, M. Latash
  • Published 2004
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Experimental Brain Research
  • Healthy subjects performed bilateral fast shoulder movements in different directions while standing on a force platform. Anticipatory postural adjustments were seen as changes in the electrical activity of postural muscles as well as displacements of the center of pressure and center of gravity. Postural muscle pairs of agonist-antagonist commonly demonstrated triphasic patterns starting prior to the first electromyographic (EMG) burst in the prime-mover muscle. Proximal postural muscles… CONTINUE READING

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