Measuring human locomotor control using EMG and EEG: Current knowledge, limitations and future considerations.

@article{Enders2016MeasuringHL,
  title={Measuring human locomotor control using EMG and EEG: Current knowledge, limitations and future considerations.},
  author={Hendrik Enders and Benno M Nigg},
  journal={European journal of sport science},
  year={2016},
  volume={16 4},
  pages={416-26}
}
Electrical signals encoding different forms of information can be observed at multiple levels of the human nervous system. Typically, these signals have been recorded in a rather isolated fashion with little overlap between the static recordings of electroencephalography (EEG) commonly used in neuroscience and the typical surface electromyography (EMG) recordings used in biomechanics. However, within the last decade, there has been an emerging need to link the electrical activation patterns of… CONTINUE READING
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