Interjoint coordination in lower limbs during different movements in humans

  title={Interjoint coordination in lower limbs during different movements in humans},
  author={Nancy St-Onge and Anatol G. Feldman},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
Redundancy is associated with the ability of the nervous system to select different interjoint coordinations and movement trajectories to achieve the same motor goal. The nervous system may coordinate multiple degrees of freedom (DF) by combining them in a task-specific way to control them as a unit or synergy. Some movements may be accomplished using only one synergy, whereas other movements may employ several synergies. To investigate the problem of interjoint coordination, we applied… CONTINUE READING
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