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Rapid bimanual movement

Rapid bimanual movement

effects of direction changes on coordination

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Movement, Psychology of

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    Statementby Barry G. Hughes
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationvi, 91 leaves
    Number of Pages91
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14056820M

    studies of bimanual aiming movements has been the presence of assimilation effects, whereby the shorter distance target is overshot and a longer distance target is undershot when different distance movements are performed simultaneously. The spatial errors generated by changing movement distances in this fashion haveAuthor: Ashley N Vander Does, David E Sherwood. - For a given target size, when movement amplitude increases, the movement time increases as well. Interestingly, this increase is very slight. - Example: when the movement distance is eight times as long, the movement time is only doubled.

      Sherwood DE () Movement time modulates spatial assimilation effects in rapid bimanual movements. Res Q Exerc Sport – PubMed Google Scholar Sherwood DE, Nishimura KM () EMG amplitude and spatial assimilation effects in rapid bimanual by: Thus the fact that symmetrical bimanual movements are easier to perform could reflect a preference for the recruitment of homologous muscles (e.g., Riek et al. ) or the correspondence between the required movement directions of the two hands (e.g., Baldiserra et al. ). Even though the suggestion of a directional preference for bimanual Cited by:

      Habas et al. (a, b) explored the response of the anterior map and the inferior posterior map during bimanual movements. Contrasting with the Thickbroom study, they found that passive bimanual movements did not activate the representation in lobule VIII, while active bimanual movements did (Habas et al., a).Cited by: The co-ordination of bimanual rapid aiming movements following stroke. Clin Rehabil –, doi: /croa. Crossref | PubMed | ISI Google Scholar; Rothwell JC, Traub MM, Marsden CD. Influence of voluntary intent on the human long-latency stretch reflex. Nature –, doi: /: Katie Y. W. Khong, Katie Y. W. Khong, Ferran Galán, Ferran Galán, Demetris S. Soteropoulos.


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Get this from a library. Rapid bimanual movement: effects of direction changes on coordination. [Barry G Hughes]. Rapid Crossed Responses in an Intrinsic Hand Muscle During Perturbed Bimanual Movements Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Neurophysiology (2) December with 40 Reads.

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Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a severe disorder of self-control that affects between Price: $ A two-group (stroke, control) by two-aiming type (unimanual, bimanual) by two-limb (paretic, nonparetic; left, right for controls) design with repeated measures on the last two factors.

EMG Amplitude and Spatial Assimilation Effects in Rapid Bimanual Movement. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport: Vol. 63, No. 3, pp. Intermanual coordination: From behavioural principles to neural-network interactions D. Distance and location assimilation effects in rapid bimanual movement.

A challenging book Cited by: ABB Robotics Technical reference manual RAPID Instructions, Functions and Data types. Bimanual movements in general form a large subset of hand movements in which both hands move simultaneously in order to do a task or imply a meaning.

Clapping, opening a bottle, typing on a keyboard and drumming are some usual bimanual movements. Sign Languages also use bimanual movements to accommodate sets of gestures for communication. Participants performed trials of a discrete bimanual aiming movement where the right arm moved twice the amplitude of the left, in response to an auditory “go” signal.

During three of the first and last ten trials, the “go” signal was replaced with a startle ( dB) stimulus, which is thought to trigger a prepared by: Dexterous and autonomous manipulation is a key technology for the personal and service robots of the future.

Advances in Bimanual Manipulation edited by Bruno Siciliano provides the robotics community with the most noticeable results of the four-year European project DEXMART (DEXterous and autonomous dual-arm hand robotic manipulation with sMART sensory-motor skills: A bridge from Author: Bruno Siciliano.

Interlimb amplitude differences, spatial assimilations, and the temporal structure of rapid bimanual movements. Abstract. When subjects make rapid bimanual aiming movements over different distances, spatial assimilations are shown; the shorter distance limb overshoots when paired with a longer distance by: Abstract When subjects make rapid bimanual aiming movements over different distances, spatial assimilations are shown; the shorter distance limb overshoots when paired with a longer distance limb.

Recent research has also shown spatial assimilations to be greater in the nonpreferred left limb of right-handed subjects, but it is not known whether the increased spatial assimilations represent a Cited by: Bimanual coordination and coordination of a single limb are viewed as special cases of multimovement coordination.

Thus, a more detailed examination of single and dual limb movements may provide insight into the processes underlying normal and disordered limb praxis.

2 Bimanual coordination-essential aspect of human behavior. Converging evidence from early observational (Kilbreath & Heard, ) and recent studies with accelerometers (Bailey, Klaesner, & Lang, ; Bailey, Klaesner, et al., a; Rand & Eng, ) in neurologically-intact individuals suggests almost equivalent use of the dominant and nondominant arm during a typical by: Hand preference, practice order, and spatial assimilations in rapid bimanual movement.

Sherwood DE. Author information. Affiliations. All authors. Department of Kinesiology, University of Colorado, Campus BoxBoulder, CoUSA. Journal of Motor Author: Sherwood DE. Hand Tracking and Bimanual Movement Understanding by Atid Shamaie A thesis submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Doctoi of Philosophy at the School of Computing Dublin City University Academic Supervisor Dr Alistair Sutherland The left arm could move to 45° in a unimanual movement; it could move to 45° as part of a bimanual parallel movement in which the right arm also moved to 45°; and, it could move to 45° as part of a bimanual opposite movement in which the right arm moved to °.Cited by: REM book.

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bimanual single/double-cursor task to investigate the timing of interlimb feedback (Mutha and Sainburg ). By applying abrupt perturbations to one of the limbs against the direction of movement, these authors found that the response in the nonper-turbed limb.

Objective: To determine the role of anticipatory and movement control processes for the coordination of bimanual target aiming in individuals post stroke. Subjects: Thirty adults with chronic stroke and 30 individuals without stroke history.

Design: A two-group (stroke, control) by two-aiming type (unimanual, bimanual) by two-limb (paretic, nonparetic; left, right for controls) design with Cited by:.

Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. This confirms that during isolated bimanual finger movements, sensory feedback from one hand can influence the other, but the pathways mediating the earliest components of this interaction are likely to involve subcortical systems such as the brainstem or spinal cord, which may afford less flexibility to the task demands.OBJECTIVE: To determine the role of anticipatory and movement control processes for the coordination of bimanual target aiming in individuals post stroke.

SUBJECTS: Thirty adults with chronic stroke and 30 individuals without stroke by: