Representation of Muscle Synergies in the Primate Brain.

@article{Overduin2015RepresentationOM,
  title={Representation of Muscle Synergies in the Primate Brain.},
  author={Simon A. Overduin and Andrea d'Avella and Jinsook Roh and Jose M. Carmena and Emilio Bizzi},
  journal={The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience},
  year={2015},
  volume={35 37},
  pages={12615-24}
}
UNLABELLED Evidence suggests that the CNS uses motor primitives to simplify movement control, but whether it actually stores primitives instead of computing solutions on the fly to satisfy task demands is a controversial and still-unanswered possibility. Also in contention is whether these primitives take the form of time-invariant muscle coactivations ("spatial" synergies) or time-varying muscle commands ("spatiotemporal" synergies). Here, we examined forelimb muscle patterns and motor… CONTINUE READING
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