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Unformatted text preview: Click to edit Master subtitle style 2/4/11 Proprioception, Touch, and 2/4/11 Proprioception, Touch, & Vision  Sensory information is essential for all theories of motor control and learning Information before the movement Information during the movement Information after the movement  Focus in this book is on three types: 2/4/11 Touch and Motor Control  Neural basis of touch Skin receptors give information  Greatest concentration in fingertips  Tactile receptors  Pain receptors  Temperature receptors  Pressure receptors 2/4/11 Touch and Motor Control  Role of tactile information Movement accuracy Movement consistency Movement force adjustments Movement distance estimation 2/4/11 Proprioception and Motor Control Proprioception: The sensory systems detection and reception of movement and spatial position of limbs, trunk, and head  CNS receives information from proprioceptors. 2/4/11...
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