Virtual trajectories of single-joint movements performed under two basic strategies.

@article{Latash1992VirtualTO,
  title={Virtual trajectories of single-joint movements performed under two basic strategies.},
  author={Mark L. Latash and Gerald L. Gottlieb},
  journal={Neuroscience},
  year={1992},
  volume={47 2},
  pages={357-65}
}
The framework of the equilibrium point hypothesis has been used to analyse motor control processes for single-joint movements. Virtual trajectories and joint stiffness were reconstructed for different movement speeds and distances when subjects were instructed either to move "as fast as possible" or to intentionally vary movement speed. These instructions are assumed to be associated with similar or different rates of change of hypothetical central control variables (corresponding to the speed… CONTINUE READING