Learning and Memory Formation of Arm Movements
Stiffness of the limbs decreases (Milner and Cloutier 1993), as evidenced by a decreased coactivation of the muscles and an increased compliance in response to a perturbation.
Movements become smoother (Hreljac 1993), as evidenced by a reduction in a cost function that scales with the jerkiness of the movement (second derivative of velocity).
Motion of the joints become decoupled (Vereijken et al. 1992), as evidenced by a reduction in the cross-correlation between patterns of joint rotations.
KeywordsDepression Torque Lution Stim Kato
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