Movement-related phasic muscle activation

@article{Cooke1994MovementrelatedPM,
  title={Movement-related phasic muscle activation},
  author={Jennifer D. Cooke and Susan H. Brown},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={1994},
  volume={99},
  pages={473-482}
}
To test the hypothesis that phasic muscle activation is related to the acceleration-deceleration characteristics of the resulting movement, we examined the relation between the duration of the acceleratory phase of a variety of movement types and the duration of the phasic muscle activity producing the acceleration (the initial agonist burst, AG1). Movements of five types were studied: (1) step-tracking movements of different amplitudes (10–90 deg) and durations (200–800 ms), (2) movements of… CONTINUE READING

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