• peripheral
  • Building on the one hand on the link between immersion and peripheral vision, and on the other hand on the visually induced perceptual illusion of self-motion (vection), the author examines synesthesia through the relationship between peripheral vision and proprioception. (jhu.edu)
  • movement
  • It has been accepted that cutaneous receptors also contribute directly to proprioception by providing "accurate perceptual information about joint position and movement", and this knowledge is combined with information from the muscle spindles. (wikipedia.org)
  • Second, the phenomenology of self-actuated movement reveals that the self is experienced as a psychophysical unity through the experience of the coherence of action and the proprioception of that action. (uiowa.edu)
  • A study on the benefits of artificial proprioception with applications in biofeedback gait rehabilitation along with the diagnosis and treatment of movement disorders. (free-ebooks.net)
  • This is only a PDF preview of first few pages of The Merits of Artificial Proprioception, with Applications in Biofeedback Gait Rehabilitation Concepts and Movement Diso by Robert LeMoyne, Cristian Coroian, Timothy Mastroia . (free-ebooks.net)
  • knowledge
  • A comprehensive knowledge of the typical development of human proprioception and its transition through adolescence into adulthood is currently lacking. (springer.com)
  • development
  • The cross-sectional data indicating the time course of development of acuity were then fitted by four models in order to determine which function best describes developmental changes in proprioception across age. (springer.com)
  • level
  • Third, wrist/forearm proprioception is anisotropic across the three DoFs with the Abduction/Adduction exhibiting a higher level of acuity than those of Flexion/extension and Pronation/Supination. (springer.com)
  • On the Level," another case involving damaged proprioception. (wikipedia.org)
  • case
  • DC Simpson and others, The choice of control system for the multimovement prosthesis: extended physiological proprioception (epp) The control of upper-extremity prostheses and orthoses C. Thomas (1974) Dick H. Plettenburg, ``Prosthetic control: a case for Extended Physiological Proprioception. (wikipedia.org)
  • Control
  • MEC '02 The Next Generation, Proceedings of the 2002 MyoElectric Controls/Powered Prosthetics Symposium IBME, University of New Brunswick (2002) http://hdl.handle.net/10161/2669 Doubler JA, Childress, DS, An analysis of extended physiological proprioception as a prosthesis-control technique. (wikipedia.org)