Symmetry of mandibular muscle activity as an index of coordinative strategy.

@article{Moore1993SymmetryOM,
  title={Symmetry of mandibular muscle activity as an index of coordinative strategy.},
  author={Carl A. Moore},
  journal={Journal of speech and hearing research},
  year={1993},
  volume={36 6},
  pages={1145-57}
}
  • Carl A. Moore
  • Published 1993 in Journal of speech and hearing research
Electromyographic activity of bilateral mandibular muscle pairs in humans was studied during several tasks: mastication, voluntary oscillation of the jaw, and speech production, as a replication and extension of an earlier investigation by Moore, Smith, and Ringel (1988). The synchrony of activity within and across these paired muscles (masseter, medial pterygoid, and the anterior belly of the digastric) was evaluated by statistical comparison of zero-lag cross-correlation coefficients between… CONTINUE READING

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