The Acquisition of Motor Behavior in Vertebrates

The Acquisition of Motor Behavior in Vertebrates

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qAcquisition of Motor Behavior in Vertebratesis a definitive, novel contribution to one of the most exciting and fastest evolving fields of Neuroscience. The top notch chapters, lucidly written by the leaders in the field, make the book an indispensable resource, and the topics covered, ranging from human motor behavior to neurophysiology and modeling, give the book an unusual and highly original breadth. The book is highly recommended to undergraduate and graduate students as well as to experts: Everyone will enjoy the excitement and fascination of motor learning explicated in such a comprehensive and lucid way!q -- Apostolos P. Georgopoulos, Director, Brain Sciences Center, VA Medical Center; Professor of Physiology, Neurology, and Psychology, University of Minnesota Medical School qOur knowledge base is rapidly expanding, and this compendium should be invaluable to neuroscientists who are attempting to stay abreast of the diversity of developments. It should also be useful to students who areThese data indicate that in an intact rabbit, the cerebral cortex participates in the CR expression. ... of the flexion reflex in spinalized animals (Durkovic, 1975; Beggs, Steinmetz, Romano, and Patterson, 1983). ... The wiring diagram of the multiple-pathway model (figure 8.2) is centered around the possible involvement ofanbsp;...

Title:The Acquisition of Motor Behavior in Vertebrates
Author:James R. Bloedel, Timothy J. Ebner, Steven P. Wise
Publisher:MIT Press - 1996


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