• 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
  • 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)
  • 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)