09202011 - Sensory Contributions to Motor Performance TOUCH PROPRIOCEPTION VISION INFORMATION PROCESSING MODEL OF MOTOR PERFORMANCE STIMULUS

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Sensory Contributions to Motor Performance
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TOUCH PROPRIOCEPTION VISION
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STIMULUS ID RESPONSE SELECTION RESPONSE EXECUTION INFORMATION PROCESSING MODEL OF MOTOR PERFORMANCE
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TOTE FEEDBACK TEST OPERATE INPUT EXIT + -
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TOTE FEEDBACK TEST OPERATE INPUT EXIT + - A D C B E
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TOUCH (Tactile sense) SKIN RECEPTORS pain, temperature, light touch information about local environment and relative motion of contact surfaces
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PROPRIOCEPTION (Position sense) MUSCLE, TENDON, JOINT RECEPTORS VESTIBULAR SYSTEM (INNER EAR) muscle length, muscle force, joint position, information about body position and movement
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Research using deafferentation and tendon vibration techniques has demonstrated that proprioception influences: Movement accuracy Target accuracy Spatial and temporal accuracy for movement in progress Timing of onset of motor commands Coordination of body and/or limb segments
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WHAT DOES RESEARCH TELL US? Figure 6.3
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This note was uploaded on 09/28/2011 for the course KIN 315 taught by Professor Abraham during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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09202011 - Sensory Contributions to Motor Performance TOUCH PROPRIOCEPTION VISION INFORMATION PROCESSING MODEL OF MOTOR PERFORMANCE STIMULUS

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