Some articles on movement repertoire, movement:
... An 'n', however, uses a sharper, jerking movement (as if touching something hot and then jerking your hands up), again complementing the sound of the letter ...
... back to the earliest work on the motor cortex, is that neurons in motor cortex control movement by a feed-forward direct pathway ... It is believed that as an animal learns a complex movement repertoire, the motor cortex gradually comes to coordinate among muscles ... The clearest example of the coordination of muscles into complex movement in the motor cortex comes from the work of Graziano and colleagues on the ...
Famous quotes containing the words repertoire and/or movement:
“For good teaching rests neither in accumulating a shelfful of knowledge nor in developing a repertoire of skills. In the end, good teaching lies in a willingness to attend and care for what happens in our students, ourselves, and the space between us. Good teaching is a certain kind of stance, I think. It is a stance of receptivity, of attunement, of listening.”
—Laurent A. Daloz (20th century)
“Institutional psychiatry is a continuation of the Inquisition. All that has really changed is the vocabulary and the social style. The vocabulary conforms to the intellectual expectations of our age: it is a pseudo-medical jargon that parodies the concepts of science. The social style conforms to the political expectations of our age: it is a pseudo-liberal social movement that parodies the ideals of freedom and rationality.”
—Thomas Szasz (b. 1920)