neuro6 - Following Movement:-Assessment of previous...

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Motor Control Sensory Input 3 sources of sensory info crucial to control of voluntary  movement - Visual input  - Somatosensory  - Vestibular apparatus Prior to movement: -Determination of appropriate parameters -Sensory cues about the initial state of motor system -Location in space -Functional tuning -Gravity -Biarticulate muscle During Movement: -Monitoring & adjustments (long duration) -Feedback not necessarily used unless errors occur -May lead to reflexive corrections
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Unformatted text preview: Following Movement:-Assessment of previous movement-Leads to motor learning-Voluntary movements controlled by motor programs-Motor programs can be generalized to fit a class of movements-Generalized motor programs display invariant features, the expressions of which are determined by the parameters. Feedback used to:-Set motor program parameters prior to execution-Account of unanticipated perturbations-Augment parameters for subsequent trials...
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