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Jul 23, 2019

A look at the equilibrium point hypothesis of motor control. How can movements be controlled both actively (voluntarily) and re-actively (involuntarily)?



Evolution of Motor Control: From Reflexes and Motor Programs to the Equilibrium-Point Hypothesis

The Equilibrium-Point Hypothesis – Past, Present and...

Jul 15, 2019

A look at some recent motor learning neuroscience articles. Can we achieve gray matter plasticity through motor learning? How are motor synergies reflected in brain activity? What are the neural mechanisms underlying the benefits of self-controlled feedback?



Motor repertoire and gray matter plasticity: Is...

Jul 2, 2019

A look at the role of motor noise in motor learning? How to we minimize the effects of noise on motor control? Do we choose movement solutions that are less noisy?



Using noise to shape motor learning

Motor Learning Is Optimally Tuned to the Properties of Motor Noise


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