EMG responses to unexpected perturbations are delayed in slower movements

Abstract

It has previously been found that in fast point-to-point arm movements, proprioceptive feedback is centrally suppressed at the beginning of movement and is facilitated at a time that is correlated with temporal parameters of the planned movement. Here, we show that this correlation holds when subjects are explicitly instructed to move at less than maximal… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00221-009-1967-2

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