Author: J. Massion
Publisher: Springer Verlag
This clinical textbook explores the neurological impact of manual therapies. It explores and explains concepts, relationships and scientific mechanisms of nervous system function that will aid the clinician in understanding a wide variety of common patient presentations. The text serves to demystify the clinical results seen by practitioners of manual therapy and scientifically validates the clinical success, as well as the limitations, of these approaches. This textbook is an ideal reference for health care professionals including neurologists, orthopaedists, chiropractors, osteopaths and physical and occupational therapists.
DeLongMR, Georgopoulos AP, CrutcherMD 1983 Cortico-basal ganglia relations and coding of motor performance. In: Massion J, Paillard J, Schultz W (eds) Neural coding of motor performance, Experimental Brain Research Supplement.
Author: Randy W. Beck
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
Thoroughly revised to reflect the latest advances in treatment and research, this volume is the most comprehensive, current clinical reference on psychiatric symptoms associated with movement disorders. This edition's expanded section on Parkinson's disease includes new chapters on anxiety disorders; sleep disorders, sexual dysfunction, apathy, and other neuropsychiatric complications; behavioral side effects of newer medications; and behavioral changes following deep brain stimulation and ablative surgery. Also included is a chapter discussing Parkinson's disease as a model for psychosocial issues in chronic neurodegenerative disease. Other new chapters cover behavioral concomitants of ataxias, essential tremor, dystonias, Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease, and autoimmune neuropsychiatric disorders.
Neural coding of motor performance . Berlin : Springer - Verlag , 1983 : 29–44 . 122. Filion M , Tremblay L , Bédard PJ . Abnormal influences of passive limb movement on the activity of globus pallidus neurons in parkinsonian monkeys .
Author: Karen E. Anderson
Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
Fuctional Neurology for Practitioners of Manual Medicine takes the reader from the embryonic beginnings of the nervous system, through the biochemistry of receptor activation and on to the functional systems of the nervous system. Concepts, relationships and scientific mechanisms of the nervous system function are covered, and this aids the practitioner in developing their clinical approach to a wide variety of patient presentations. The text is fully referenced, which allows the reader to immediately apply the concepts to practice situations. New for this edition are new chapters on pain (including headache) and theoretical evidence, plus extensive electronic resources supporting the text. Utilizes our understanding of how the nervous system works in the treatment of a variety of clinical conditions Demystifies the clinical results seen in the practice of Functional Neurology and scientifically validates its clinical success Addresses function rather than pathology, allowing the reader to gain a firm understanding of the neurological processes seen in health and disease Contains clinical cases which are designed to be read and answered before starting the chapter to allow the reader to gauge their current state of knowledge ‘Quick Facts’ introduce new concepts or allow rapid review of information already presented in the text in a brief and succinct manner Contains a detailed overview of the concepts relating to our understanding of the development of emotion to demonstrate the link between physical health and the mind Contains abundant references to support controversial concepts Contains new chapters on theoretical evidence and the management of pain (including headache) Contains a wide range of additional case studies, ‘clinical conundrums’ and key questions and answers for each topic Bonus DVD contains fully searchable text, a downloadable image bank, brain dissection and video clips of the manipulative techniques and examination procedures found within the volume plus 200 multiple choice questions
Cortico-basal ganglia relations and coding of motor performance. In: Massion, J., Paillard, J., Schultz, W., et al., (Eds.), Neural Coding of Motor Performance, Experimental Brain Research Supplement. Springer, Berlin, pp. 30–40.
Author: Randy W. Beck
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
Human Motor Control is a elementary introduction to the field of motor control, stressing psychological, physiological, and computational approaches. Human Motor Control cuts across all disciplines which are defined with respect to movement: physical education, dance, physical therapy, robotics, and so on. The book is organized around major activity areas. A comprehensive presentation of the major problems and topics in human motor control Incorporates applications of work that lie outside traditional sports or physical education teaching
Spatial coding of movement direction by motor cortical populations. In J. T. Massion, J. Paillard, W. Schultz, 8: M. Wiesendanger (Eds), Neural coding of motor performance. Experimental Brain Research, Supplement 7, 327—336.
Author: David A. Rosenbaum
Compiled as a result of the Thirteenth Symposium of the Association for Attention and Performance, this collection focuses on the Symposium's theme: Organization of Action. The book is arranged in sections which provide a comprehensive view of the main issues raised during the meeting. Several aspects of the theme were considered, including: the anatomical and physiological constraints on motor preparation and execution . the influence of control (proprioceptive, cutaneous, visual, oculomotor) signals the contribution of kinematics to the understanding of the underlying mechanisms and the role of cognitive constraints such as attention or learning in goal selection This new volume is of particular interest to professionals and researchers in cognitive psychology, physiology, and neuropsychology as well as those studying motor skills.
Neuronal activities in the primate motor fields of the agranular frontal cortex preceding visually triggered and self-paced ... In J. Massion, J. Paillard, W. Schultz, & M. Wiesendanger (Eds.), Neural coding of motor performance (pp.
Author: Marc Jeannerod
Publisher: Psychology Press
Over the past few semesters a group of neurologists, neurophysiologists, and brain theorists in various departments of Tlibingen University have gathered periodically in an effort to review ideas and evidence on cerebel lar functions. At times, general solutions seemed close, when credit was given to various theoretical proposals advanced since the early days of cer ebellar physiology, however, it became clear in every case that a large part of the available facts refused to submit to the general ideas. As believers in the power of scientific discussion, we felt that the time was ripe for posing the problem of the cerebellum once more to a well articulated group of specialists that would include proponents of every disparate point of view. The sponsorship of the Max Planck Society and of the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft, to whom we express our profound gratitude, made it possible to organize an international meeting in Septem ber, 1983. The aim of making new, even extravagant ideas palatable to each other was well accomplished by the participants. We trust that some of the ensuing excitement has been carried over into the printed version.
In: Massion J, Paillard J, Schultz W, Wiesendanger M (eds) Neural coding of motor performance, Exp Brain Res (suppl 7). Springer, Berlin Heidelberg New York, pp 327-336 Gilman S, Carr D, Hollenberg J (1976) Kinematic effects of ...
Author: J. Bloedel
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
During the past two decades, there has been a dramatic increase in interest in the study of motor control and learning. In this volume authors from a variety of backgrounds and theoretical perspectives review their research with particular emphasis on the methods and paradigms employed, and the future direction of their work. The book is divided into four main sections. The first section contains chapters examining general issues and trends in the movement behaviour field. The remaining three sections contain chapters from scientists working in three broadly defined areas of interest: coordination and control; visuo-motor processes; and movement disorders. Each section provides an overview of the different approaches and different levels of analysis being used to examine specific topics within the motor domain.
In J. Massion, J. Paillard, W. Schultz, & M. Wiesendanger (Eds.), Neural coding of motor performance (Experimental Brain Research Supplementum 7, pp. 88-96). Berlin: Springer-Verlag. Schell, G. R. & Strick, P. L. (1984).
Author: J.J. Summers
An introduction to the computational biology of reaching and pointing, with an emphasis on motor learning. Neuroscience involves the study of the nervous system, and its topics range from genetics to inferential reasoning. At its heart, however, lies a search for understanding how the environment affects the nervous system and how the nervous system, in turn, empowers us to interact with and alter our environment. This empowerment requires motor learning. The Computational Neurobiology of Reaching and Pointing addresses the neural mechanisms of one important form of motor learning. The authors integrate material from the computational, behavioral, and neural sciences of motor control that is not available in any other single source. The result is a unified, comprehensive model of reaching and pointing. The book is intended to be used as a text by graduate students in both neuroscience and bioengineering and as a reference source by experts in neuroscience, robotics, and other disciplines. The book begins with an overview of the evolution, anatomy, and physiology of the motor system, including the mechanisms for generating force and maintaining limb stability. The sections that follow, "Computing Locations and Displacements", "Skills, Adaptations, and Trajectories", and "Predictions, Decisions, and Flexibility", present a theory of sensorially guided reaching and pointing that evolves organically based on computational principles rather than a traditional structure-by-structure approach. The book also includes five appendixes that provide brief refreshers on fundamentals of biology, mathematics, physics, and neurophysiology, as well as a glossary of relevant terms. The authors have also made supplemental materials available on the Internet. These web documents provide source code for simulations, step-by-step derivations of certain mathematical formulations, and expanded explanations of some concepts.
( 1999 ) Context - dependent force coding in motor and premotor cortical areas . ... In Neural Coding of Motor Performance , eds Massion , J , Paillard , J , Schultz , W , and Wiesendanger , M ( Springer - Verlag , Heidelberg ) ...
Author: Reza Shadmehr
Publisher: MIT Press
Preparation is a term that is used quite freely during private, informal discussions. As the argument becomes more formal and more public, “priming,” “ feed-forward” and similar jargon terms take its place, presumably because they are better defined, safer, and more acceptable. However, in spite of the caution that surrounds its use, it is clear that “preparation” denotes a useful concept. The purpose of the Franco-American Conference on Preparatory States and Processes was to try to clarify this concept by inviting investigators from different specialties in the behavioral and neural sciences to present and discuss illustrations of the use of the concept from their own work. First published in 1984. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Seals, J., Gross, C., & Bioulac, B. Different neuronal populations within area 5 of the monkey. In J. Massion, J. Paillard, W. Schultz, & M. Wiesendanger (Eds.), Neural coding of motor performance, Experimental Brain Research, suppl. 7.
Author: Sylvan Kornblum
Publisher: Psychology Press