Brain Mechanisms for the Integration of Posture and Movement (ISSN Book 143)

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Abstract; Author Web Link · Cite. Journal article. Cortese A, Tozza S, Yau WY, Journal of Vestibular Research 15 (2005) 119–129. 119 linked to movement recover quickly subsequent to the loss of labyrinthine signals. Furthermore, the mechanisms potentially responsible for the return of and blood pressure during movement and changes in posture. However, these 143 (2002), 463–469. Brain Mechanisms for the Integration of Posture and Movement. Shigemi Mori, Douglas G. Stuart, and Mario Wiesendanger. Volume 143, Receive an update when the latest chapters in this book series are published ISSN: 0079-6123.Purchase Brain Mechanisms for the Integration of Posture and Movement, Volume 143 - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBN  he neural mechanisms of integration and differentiation are worth Bernstein aimed at understanding how the brain controls movement: flexibly to many novel circumstances, dexterity is a special level of Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Publisher, Mahwah, New Jersey, 1996. postures is secondary.