Time course and temporal order of changes in movement kinematics during learning of fast and accurate elbow flexions

@article{Flament1999TimeCA,
  title={Time course and temporal order of changes in movement kinematics during learning of fast and accurate elbow flexions},
  author={D. Flament and Mark B. Shapiro and T. Kempf and Daniel M. Corcos},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={1999},
  volume={129},
  pages={441-450}
}
Learning of a motor task, such as making accurate goal-directed movements, is associated with a number of changes in limb kinematics and in the EMG activity that produces the movement. Some of these changes include increases in movement velocity, improvements in end-point accuracy, and the development of a biphasic/triphasic EMG pattern for fast movements. One question that has remained unanswered is whether the time course of the learning-related changes in movement parameters is similar for… CONTINUE READING

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