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Title Motor behavior and human skill : a multidisciplinary approach / Jan P. Piek, editor.
Imprint Champaign, IL : Human Kinetics, [1998]
©1998

LOCATION CALL # STATUS MESSAGE
 MUSKINGUM STACKS  QP454 .M667 1998    AVAILABLE  
LOCATION CALL # STATUS MESSAGE
 MUSKINGUM STACKS  QP454 .M667 1998    AVAILABLE  
Subject Sensorimotor integration.
Motor learning.
Motor ability.
Movement disorders.
Motor Skills Disorders.
Motor Activity.
Movement Disorders.
Alt Name Piek, Jan P.
Description xi, 434 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Sequential representation and the neural basis of motor skills / Steven W. Keele, Matthew Davidson, Amy Hayes -- Locus of distance-location interference in movement reproduction : do we know any more 25 years on? / Kuniyasu Imanaka, Bruce Abernethy, Jin-Jong Quek -- Optimizing the use of vision during motor skill acquisition / Digby Elliott, James Lyons -- Adaptation to a changed sensory-motor relation : immediate and delayed parametric modifications / Nicholas j. O-Dwyer, Peter D. Neilson -- Evidence for rapid switching of sensory-motor models / Peter D. Neilson, Megan D. Neilson, Nicholas J. O'Dwyer -- Neural oscillator model learning given trajectories, or how an "allo-imitation algorithm" can be implemented into a motor controller / Karl Th. Kalveram -- Nature of movement variability / Karl M. Newell, Andrew B. Slifkin -- Information-based dynamics and manual asymmetries in perception and action / Winston D. Byblow, Romeo Chua -- Intentional switching between patterns of coordination in bimanual circle drawing / Irina J. Wuyts ... [et al.] -- Moving beyond phenomenology : neuromuscular-skeletal constraints upon coordination dynamics / Richard G. Carson, Stephan Riek -- Influence of preterm birth on early motor development / Jan P. Piek -- Development of kinesthesis and its relationship to motor ability in preschool children / David J. Livesey, Rebecca Coleman -- Process-oriented approach to diagnosis and treatment of perceptual-motor dysfunction / Judith I. Laszlo -- Influence of context in the development of reaching and grasping : implications for assessment of disability / Judith L. Charlton, Elfriede Ihsen, Jennie Oxley -- Motor sequencing problems in Parkinson's Disease, Huntington's Disease, and Tourette's Syndrome 1 : a review of basal ganglia involvement / John L. Bradshaw ... [et al.] -- Motor sequencing problems in Parkinson's Disease, Huntington's Disease, and Tourette's Syndrome 2 : recent findings involving the provision of advance information / Nellie Georgiou ... [et al.] -- Evidence for motor skill learning in Parkinson's Disease / Meg E. Morris ... [et al.] -- Referential behavior theory : a framework for multiple perspectives on motor control / Jeffrey Pressing -- Has ecological psychology delivered what it promised? / Jeffery J. Summers -- Replies to J.J. Summers : has ecological psychology delivered what it promised? -- Programming or planning conceptions of motor control speak to different phenomena than dynamical system conceptions / Steven W. Keele -- Ecological psychology and movement dynamics : a plea for biological realism / Richard G. Carson -- Scope of ecological designs / Jeffrey Pressing -- Action and ecological psychology : a winter's view from summers / Karl M. Newell.
ISBN 0880116757
OCLC # 37705301
Table of Contents
 Preface 
Ch. 1Sequential Representation and the Neural Basis of Motor Skills / Steven W. Keele, Matthew Davidson, Amy Hayes3
Ch. 2The Locus of Distance-Location Interference in Movement Reproduction: Do We Know Any More 25 Years On? / Kuniyasu Imanaka, Bruce Abernethy, Jin-Jong Quek29
Ch. 3Optimizing the Use of Vision During Motor Skill Acquisition / Digby Ellion, James Lyons57
Ch. 4Adaptation to a Changed Sensory-Motor Relation: Immediate and Delayed Parametric Modifications / Nicholas J. O'Dwyer, Peter D. Neilson75
Ch. 5Evidence for Rapid Switching of Sensory-Motor Models / Peter D. Neilson, Megan D. Neilson, Nicholas J. O'Dwyer105
Ch. 6A Neural Oscillator Model Learning Given Trajectories, or How an "Allo-Imitation Algorithm" Can Be Implemented Into a Motor Controller / Karl Th. Kalveram127
Ch. 7The Nature of Movement Variability / Karl M. Newell, Andrew B. Slifkin143
Ch. 8Information-Based Dynamics and Manual Asymmetries in Perception and Action / Winston D. Byblow, Romeo Chua161
Ch. 9Intentional Switching Between Patterns of Coordination in Bimanual Circle Drawing / Irina J. Wuyts, Winston D. Byblow, Jeffery J. Summers [et al.]191
Ch. 10Moving Beyond Phenomenology: Neuromuscular-Skeletal Constraints Upon Coordination Dynamics / Richard G. Carson, Stephan Riek209
Ch. 11The Influence of Preterm Birth on Early Motor Development / Jan P. Piek233
Ch. 12The Development of Kinesthesis and Its Relationship to Motor Ability in Preschool Children / David J. Livesey, Rebecca Coleman253
Ch. 13Process-Oriented Approach to Diagnosis and Treatment of Perceptual-Motor Dysfunction / Judith I. Laszlo271
Ch. 14The Influence of Context in the Development of Reaching and Grasping: Implications for Assessment of Disability / Judith L. Charlton, Elfriede Ihsen, Jennie Oxley283
Ch. 15Motor Sequencing Problems in Parkinson's Disease, Huntington's Disease, and Tourette's Syndrome 1: A Review of Basal Ganglia Involvement / John L. Bradshaw, Nellie Georgiou, James G. Phillips [et al.]305
Ch. 16Motor Sequencing Problems in Parkinson's Disease, Huntington's Disease, and Tourette's Syndrome 2: Recent Findings Involving the Provision of Advance Information / Nellie Georgiou, John L. Bradshaw, Dianne Sheppard [et al.]319
Ch. 17Evidence for Motor Skill Learning in Parkinson's Disease / Meg E. Morris, Janice M. Collier, Thomas A. Matyas [et al.]329
Ch. 18Referential Behavior Theory: A Framework for Multiple Perspectives on Motor Control / Jeffrey Pressing357
Ch. 19Has Ecological Psychology Delivered What It Promised? / Jeffery J. Summers385
Ch. 20Replies to J.J. Summers: Has Ecological Psychology Delivered What It Promised?403
  Commentary 1 - Programming or Planning Conceptions of Motor Control Speak to Different Phenomena Than Dynamical System Conceptions / Steven W. Keele 
  Commentary 2 - Ecological Psychology and Movement Dynamics: A Plea for Biological Realism / Richard G. Carson 
  Commentary 3 - The Scope of Ecological Designs / Jeffrey Pressing 
  Commentary 4 - Action and Ecological Psychology: A Winter's View From Summers / Karl M. Newell 
 Index413
 About the Editor425
 About the Contributors427


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