Multijoint movement control: the importance of interactive torques.

@article{Ketcham2004MultijointMC,
  title={Multijoint movement control: the importance of interactive torques.},
  author={Caroline J. Ketcham and Natalia Dounskaia and George E. Stelmach},
  journal={Progress in brain research},
  year={2004},
  volume={143},
  pages={
          207-18
        }
}
  • Caroline J. Ketcham, Natalia Dounskaia, George E. Stelmach
  • Published in Progress in brain research 2004
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The underlying mechanisms of the neural control of movement have long been explored, with a focus primarily on central control aspects and often overlooking the intrinsic mechanical properties of the motor system. To fully understand the control and regulation of movements, the biomechanical properties of the moving subject, specifically interactive torques, must be considered in the design, evaluation, and interpretation of empirical data. We first discuss the difficulty of extrapolating… CONTINUE READING

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