Motor Behavior: Programming, Control, and Acquisition by Herbert Heuer
English | December 6, 2011 | ISBN: 3642697518 | 224 Pages | PDF | 7 MB
In recent years there has been steadily increasing interest in motor behavior and a growing awareness that a person not only has to know what to do in a particular situation, but also how to do it. The question of how actions are performed is of central concern in the area of motor control. This volume provides an advanced-level treatment of some of the main issues. Experiments concerned with basic processes of motor control typ ically examine very simple movements. At first glance these tasks appear to be far removed from real-world tasks, but it should be kept in mind that they are not studied for their own sake.