|aRoutledge handbook of motor control and motor learning /|cedited by Albert Gollhofer Wolfgang Taube and Jens Bo Nielsen.
|aNew York :|bRoutledge,|cc2013.
|axii, 420 p. :|bill. ;|c25 cm.
|aIncludes bibliographic references and index.
|aMachine generated contents note: pt. I Theories and models -- 1.Theoretical models of motor control and motor learning / John W. Krakauer -- 2.What can we learn from animal models? / Eric M. Rouiller -- 3.Postural control by disturbance estimation and compensation through long-loop responses / Thomas Mergner -- 4.Motor learning explored with myoelectric and neural interfaces / Kianoush Nazarpour -- 5.Biomechanical and neuromechanical concepts for legged locomotion: Computer models and robot validation / Karl-Theodor Kalveram -- pt. II Basic aspects of motor control and learning -- 6.Visual activation of short latency reinforcement mechanisms in the basal ganglia / Peter Redgrave -- 7.The role of augmented feedback in human motor learning / Jesper Lundbye-Jensen -- 8.Neuroscientific aspects of implicit motor learning in sport / Rich Masters -- 9.Mirror neurons and imitation / Pier F. Ferrari -- pt. III Motor control and learning in locomotion and posture -- 10.Neural control of walking / Jens Bo Nielsen -- 11.Adaptive plasticity of gait / Jens Bo Nielsen -- 12.Motor control and motor learning in stretch-shortening cycle movements / Albert Gollhofer -- 13.Postural control and balance training / Albert Gollhofer -- pt. IV Motor control and learning in voluntary actions -- 14.Body schema, illusions of movement and body perception / Mark Schram Christensen -- 15.Voluntary movement: Limitations and consequences of the anatomy and physiology of motor pathways / Jens Bo Nielsen -- 16.Acute and long-term neural adaptations to training / Roger M. Enoka -- pt. V Challenges in motor control and learning -- 17.Motor control and motor learning under fatigue conditions / Janet L. Taylor -- 18.Movement disorders: Implications for the understanding of motor control / Volker Dietz.