Locomotor control of limb force switches from minimal intervention principle in early adaptation to noise reduction in late adaptation.

Abstract

During movement, errors are typically corrected only if they hinder performance. Preferential correction of task-relevant deviations is described by the minimal intervention principle but has not been demonstrated in the joints during locomotor adaptation. We studied hopping as a tractable model of locomotor adaptation of the joints within the context of a… (More)
DOI: 10.1152/jn.00246.2014

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