The case for an internal dynamics model versus equilibrium point control in human movement

  • Hinder M
  • Milner T
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Abstract The equilibrium point hypothesis (EPH) was conceived as a means whereby the central nervous system could control limb movements by a relatively simple shift in equilibrium position without the need to explicitly compensate for task dynamics . Many ...

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  • M R Hinder

  • T E Milner

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