Long-latency reflexes account for limb biomechanics through several supraspinal pathways

@inproceedings{Kurtzer2014LonglatencyRA,
  title={Long-latency reflexes account for limb biomechanics through several supraspinal pathways},
  author={Isaac Kurtzer},
  booktitle={Front. Integr. Neurosci.},
  year={2014}
}
Accurate control of body posture is enforced by a multitude of corrective actions operating over a range of time scales. The earliest correction is the short-latency reflex (SLR) which occurs between 20-45 ms following a sudden displacement of the limb and is generated entirely by spinal circuits. In contrast, voluntary reactions are generated by a highly distributed network but at a significantly longer delay after stimulus onset (greater than 100 ms). Between these two epochs is the long… CONTINUE READING
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