Motor Control

@inproceedings{WiseMotorC,
  title={Motor Control},
  author={Steven P. Wise and Reza Shadmehr}
}
The human motor system controls goal-directed movement by selecting the targets of action, generating a motor plan, and coordinating the forces needed to achieve those objectives. Genes encode much of the information required for both the development and the operation of the motor systemFespecially for actions involving locomotion, orientation and reproductionFbut every individual must acquire and store motor memories during his or her lifetime. Some of that information reaches conscious… CONTINUE READING

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