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Force and Position Control in Humans - The Role of Augmented Feedback

DOI :

10.3791/53291-v

June 19th, 2016

June 19th, 2016

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1Department of Sport Science, University of Freiburg, 2Department of Medicine, Movement and Sport Science, University of Fribourg, 3Bernsteincenter Freiburg

Controlling an identical movement with position or force feedback results in different neural activation and motor behavior. This protocol describes how to investigate behavioral changes by looking at neuromuscular fatigue and how to evaluate motor cortical (inhibitory) activity using subthreshold TMS with respect to the interpretation of augmented feedback.

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