Non-linear stimulus-response behavior of the human stance control system is predicted by optimization of a system with sensory and motor noise

Abstract

We developed a theory of human stance control that predicted (1) how subjects re-weight their utilization of proprioceptive and graviceptive orientation information in experiments where eyes closed stance was perturbed by surface-tilt stimuli with different amplitudes, (2) the experimentally observed increase in body sway variability (i.e. the “remnant… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10827-010-0291-y

Topics

9 Figures and Tables

Slides referencing similar topics