Intrinsic joint kinematic planning. I: Reassessing the Listing’s law constraint in the control of three-dimensional arm movements

@article{Liebermann2005IntrinsicJK,
  title={Intrinsic joint kinematic planning. I: Reassessing the Listing’s law constraint in the control of three-dimensional arm movements},
  author={Dario G. Liebermann and Armin Biess and Jeffrey M. Friedman and C. C. A. M. Gielen and Tamar Flash},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={2005},
  volume={171},
  pages={139-154}
}
This study tested the validity of the assumption that intrinsic kinematic constraints, such as Listing’s law, can account for the geometric features of three-dimensional arm movements. In principle, if the arm joints follow a Listing’s constraint, the hand paths may be predicted. Four individuals performed ‘extended arm’, ‘radial’, ‘frontal plane’, and ‘random mixed’ movements to visual targets to test Listing’s law assumption. Three-dimensional rotation vectors of the upper arm and forearm… CONTINUE READING

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