Relations of reflexes and intended movements.

@article{Evarts1976RelationsOR,
  title={Relations of reflexes and intended movements.},
  author={E. Evarts and R. Granit},
  journal={Progress in brain research},
  year={1976},
  volume={44},
  pages={
          1-14
        }
}
Publisher Summary With the help of an experiment, this chapter discusses the relation of reflex and intended muscle activity recorded from biceps muscle in human subjects. A subject is instructed to contract (supinate) or relax (pronate) his biceps brachii while he is holding a vertically placed handle in a position requiring a tonic compensating action against the force of a torque motor. The subject acts upon the instruction when a fast ramp movement of the handle has extended or shortened… Expand
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