Proprioceptive coordination of movement sequences: role of velocity and position information.

@article{Cordo1994ProprioceptiveCO,
  title={Proprioceptive coordination of movement sequences: role of velocity and position information.},
  author={Paul J. Cordo and Les G. Carlton and Liisa Bevan and Michael J. Carlton and Graham K Kerr},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  year={1994},
  volume={71 5},
  pages={1848-61}
}
1. Recent studies have shown that the CNS uses proprioceptive information to coordinate multijoint movement sequences; proprioceptive input related to the kinematics of one joint rotation in a movement sequence can be used to trigger a subsequent joint rotation. In this paper we adopt a broad definition of "proprioception," which includes all somatosensory information related to joint posture and kinematics. This paper addresses how the CNS uses proprioceptive information related to the… CONTINUE READING