An analysis of motor function and control in the human nervous system.
Dzialo, Robert Edward
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A theory is presented on voluntary learned and unlearned motor movement. The basic elements on motor control are presented, analyzed, and discussed. These include fundamental reflexes, gamma. muscle spindle servo mechanism, reticular system, cerebellum, and higher brain centers. The interrelations between the above elements and systems are examined in detail as a basis of the theory presented. The theory follows the transition from unlearned to learned movement and demonstrates how detailed control may be modified by the cerebellum and associated areas.
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