Haptic anchoring and human postural control

@inproceedings{MauerbergdeCastro2014HapticAA,
  title={Haptic anchoring and human postural control},
  author={Eliane Mauerberg-deCastro and Renato Moraes and Carolina Paioli Tavares and Gabriella Andreeta and Figueiredo and Stephanie C. M. Pacheco and Thais Ditolvo Alves da Costa},
  year={2014}
}
Several studies have emphasized the contribution of haptic input that results from the use of rigid and non-rigid tools to the postural control system. Experimental protocols such as the light touch and the anchor system are based on individuals’ haptic exploration of the environment through direct tactile-kinesthetic contact, or indirectly through rigid or flexible tools that are attached to the body. In this article, we introduce the main findings of humans’ haptic use of non-rigid tools… CONTINUE READING

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