Effect of imposed auditory rhythms on human interlimb coordination
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Effect of imposed auditory rhythms on human interlimb coordination

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Written in English


  • Human mechanics,
  • Neuromuscular transmission,
  • Rhythm,
  • Motor ability

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Statementby Zahra Beheshti.
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 155 leaves
Number of Pages155
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Open LibraryOL13598888M

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Get this from a library! Effect of imposed auditory rhythms on human interlimb coordination. [Zahra Beheshti]. On the other hand, the effects of auditory rhythms and arm movement on inter-segmental coordination during walking in persons who have suffered a . auditory rhythm. During the performance of the motor task without the rhythm, the subjects demonstrated a common and consistent personal tempo and a common electromyogram pattern. With the imposed timing of an even or uneven rhythm, the initiation and duration of the electromyograms changed significantly for subjects in both rhythm groups.   The effects of auditory rhythms and instruction on walking patterns in individuals post stroke examined the constraint imposed by increased weight on the thorax during treadmill walking in healthy adults and reported analogous adaptations in coordination patterns, as the transverse thoracic rotation and pelvic rotation were less, leading to.

Introduction. Until the past decade, it was thought that the ability to synchronize movements to auditory beats was unique to humans [1, 2].This view has been challenged by recent reports of several non-human animals spontaneously moving in synchrony with external rhythms [3–6].Recently, we reported that a female chimpanzee named “Ai” spontaneously aligned tapping the keys of an. Previous research indicates that rhythm, an essential feature of music, can enhance coordination of movement and increase social bonding. However, the prolonged effects of rhythm have not yet been. Keywords: human gait, interpersonal coordination, interaction forces, arm-leg coordination, EMG activity, locomotor patterns. Citation: Sylos-Labini F, d'Avella A, Lacquaniti F and Ivanenko Y () Human-Human Interaction Forces and Interlimb Coordination During Side-by-Side Walking With Hand Contact. Front. Physiol. doi: /fphys.   Because rhythmic bimanual coordination is the result of interactions between the limbs, the present study investigated whether the discrepancy between these findings can be accounted for by assuming that different interlimb interactions underlie (1) the stabilization of bimanual coordination patterns, and (2) the shift in the mean relative.

Journals & Books; Help; Australian Journal of Physiotherapy. Open archive. Articles and issues. Latest issue All issues. Search in this journal. Vol Issue 2 Pages () Download full issue. Previous vol/issue. Next vol/issue. Actions for selected articles. Select all / Deselect all. The current research examines the development of perception-action coupling through childhood, specifically coupling multi-limb actions to rhythmic, auditory signals. The effect of distractor cues on sensorimotor synchronization performance has been investigated for combinations of auditory–auditory (Repp, ), auditory-visual (Repp and Penel, ; Hove et.   Beheshti, 2 (b). `Effect of imposed auditory rhythms on human interlimb co-ordination', Australian Journal of Physiotherapy, 39, 2, - Berkinblit, M B, and Feldman, A G (). `Physical and neurophysiological perspectives on movements' in: Kugler, P N and Turvey, M N (eds) Information, Natural Law, and Selfassembly of Rhythmic.