The Nature of Finger Enslaving: New Results and Their Implications.

@article{Abolins2021TheNO,
  title={The Nature of Finger Enslaving: New Results and Their Implications.},
  author={Valters Abolins and Mark L. Latash},
  journal={Motor control},
  year={2021},
  pages={
          1-24
        }
}
We present a review on the phenomenon of unintentional finger action seen when other fingers of the hand act intentionally. This phenomenon (enslaving) has been viewed as a consequence of both peripheral (e.g., connective tissue links and multifinger muscles) and neural (e.g., projections of corticospinal pathways) factors. Recent studies have shown relatively large and fast drifts in enslaving toward higher magnitudes, which are not perceived by subjects. These and other results emphasize the… 
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