2 edition of Effect of changes in bodily set on accuracy of proprioceptive localization found in the catalog.
Effect of changes in bodily set on accuracy of proprioceptive localization
Gerald William Lawlor
1937 in New York .
|Statement||by Gerald W. Lawlor ...|
|LC Classifications||QP443 .L3 1937|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||48|
|LC Control Number||38012423|
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Effect of changes in bodily set on accuracy of proprioceptive localization. New York, (OCoLC) Material Type: Thesis/dissertation: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Gerald William Lawlor. Author(s): Lawlor,Gerald William, Title(s): Effect of changes in bodily set on accuracy of proprioceptive localization,by Gerald W.
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Gerald William Lawlor. 23 Mar Paperback. US$ The accuracy of participants' reaching was measured when proprioceptive and visual cues to the location of the right arm were put into conflict (by placing the.
Proprioception (/ ˌ p r oʊ p r i oʊ ˈ s ɛ p ʃ ən,-p r i ə-/ PROH-pree-o-SEP-shən), also referred to as kinaesthesia (or kinesthesia), is the sense of self-movement and body position.
It is sometimes described as the "sixth sense". Proprioception is mediated by proprioceptors, mechanosensory neurons located within muscles, tendons, and joints.
There are multiple types of proprioceptors. A 2×3 mixed-model ANOVA (synchrony/asynchrony X group) for proprioceptive drift showed a significant main effect of synchrony (F (1,42) =p = ) and a significant interaction effect between group and synchrony (F (1,42) =p = ).
Post-hoc test results indicated that healthy participants showed a typical significantly higher Cited by: Perception of the phantom limb changes with time, the more weakly perceived parts fading from awareness, often leading to a telescoping of the limb (e.g., Ref.
Such an effect presumably relates to a reorganization of the cerebral cortex where areas deprived of peripheral input are invaded by adjacent areas (e.g., by: The perspective of perceiving one’s action affects its speed and accuracy. In the present study, we investigated the change in accuracy and kinematics when subjects throw darts from the first-person perspective and the third-person perspective with varying angles of view.
To model the third-person perspective, subjects were looking at themselves as well as the scene through Author: Alexey Tumialis, Alexey Smirnov, Kirill Fadeev, Tatiana Alikovskaia, Pavel Khoroshikh, Alexander Ser. Background Bodily self-consciousness depends on the coherent integration of sensory information.
In addition to visual and somatosensory information processing, vestibular contributions have been proposed and investigated. Vestibular information seems especially important for self-location, but remains difficult to study. Methods This randomised controlled Author: Luzia Grabherr, Luzia Grabherr, Leslie N.
Russek, Leslie N. Russek, Valeria Bellan, Valeria Bellan. -Effects on movement: 1) overall speed and coordination are decreased; increased difficulties with fine motor control 2) slowed recruitment of motoneurons contribute to loss of strength 3) both reaction time and movement time are increased 4) older adults are affected by the speed/accuracy trade off (the simpler the movement, the less the.
Bodily illusions that induce ownership over a body of a different race produce a change in low-level body representations. These changes create errors further up in the processing hierarchy and also update attitudes and beliefs held about one's self mapped in high-level body representations (Peck, Seinfeld, Aglioti, & Slater, ).Cited by: -Tactile & proprioceptive response lead to midline skills & eventual crossing of midline-Auditory, tactile, & proprioceptive perceptions are heightened allowing for development of sounds for the purpose of communication-*Tactile, proprioceptive, gustatory, & olfactory perceptions are integrated- allowing for primitive self-feeding.
The length changes Δ l together with the muscle stimulations s form the input for the computation of the muscle tendon dynamics F (s, Δ l), which were represented by Hill-type muscle models. More details on these models can be found in Subchapter of this book.
Major leg muscles that are often represented in neuromechanical models of human Cited by: 1. This volume offers an interdisciplinary and comprehensive treatment of bodily self-awareness, the first book to do so since the landmark collection The Body and the Self, edited by José Bermúdez, Naomi Eilan, and Anthony Marcel (MIT Press).
Sincethe study of the body in such psychological disciplines as cognitive psychology. The Somatic Nervous System.
By the end of this section, you will be able to: Describe the structures responsible for the special senses of taste, smell, hearing, balance, and vision. Describe the means of mechanoreception for hearing and balance. List the supporting structures around the eye and describe the structure of the eyeball.
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To overcome this drawback of current generative models, we propose to add a novel spectral regularization term to the training optimization objective. Purpose The main purpose of this study was to determine the effectiveness of proprioceptive training in the ACL reconstructed limb.
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Methods Ten subjects with unilateral ACL reconstructed limbs were randomly assigned to two Author: Teresa Yeong Lih Liu. These phenomena are exercises of bodily awareness, the type of awareness one has of one’s body ‘from the inside.’ My dissertation is an investigation into the nature of bodily awareness.
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In the current study we modeled a web site search task. Subjects (n = 39) were to find «icons» - symbolic images of real-life objects (such as butterfly, cactus, book, etc.) among a variety of other objects. Instructions to find target stimuli were given either in.
Over the course of a century, the meaning of interoception has changed from the restrictive to the inclusive. In its inclusive sense, it bears relevance to every individual via its link to emotion, decision making, time-perception, health, pain, and various other areas of life.
While the label for the perception of the body state changes over time, the need for an overarching Cited by: Motor learning without moving: Proprioceptive and predictive hand localization after passive visuoproprioceptive discrepancy training.
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The accuracy of pedometry varies depending on where an inertial sensor is located on the body. Motivated by the increasing popularity of wearable computing, this paper investigateCited by: 8. Recent studies suggest a key role of bodily signals in the cognitive processing of time.
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