Hand function: peripheral and central constraints on performance.

@article{Schieber2004HandFP,
  title={Hand function: peripheral and central constraints on performance.},
  author={Marc H. Schieber and Marco Santello},
  journal={Journal of applied physiology},
  year={2004},
  volume={96 6},
  pages={2293-300}
}
The hand is one of the most fascinating and sophisticated biological motor systems. The complex biomechanical and neural architecture of the hand poses challenging questions for understanding the control strategies that underlie the coordination of finger movements and forces required for a wide variety of behavioral tasks, ranging from multidigit grasping to the individuated movements of single digits. Hence, a number of experimental approaches, from studies of finger movement kinematics to… CONTINUE READING
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