Limits of the dual-strategy hypothesis in an isometric plantar flexion contraction

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Movements have been described as being governed by a speed-sensitive (SS) or speed-insensitive (SI) strategy. The SS strategy is used when the subject controls, either explicitly or implicitly, movement speed or time. In contrast, the SI strategy is utilized when there is no intention or requirement to control movement speed. The different strategies… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s002210050534

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@article{Monohar1998LimitsOT, title={Limits of the dual-strategy hypothesis in an isometric plantar flexion contraction}, author={Viswasam J. Monohar and Denis Brunt and Julie A. Robichaud}, journal={Experimental Brain Research}, year={1998}, volume={122}, pages={459-466} }