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APRAXIA • BIOFEEDBACK • BODY PERCEPTION DISORDERS • HAND MOVEMENTS • HYPOTHALAMUS • MEMORY, EXPLICIT AND IMPLICIT • MOTION PROCESSING • MOTOR CORTEX • MOTOR NEURON DISEASE • MOTOR SKILL • PARKINSON'S DISEASE • STRESS: HORMONAL AND NEURAL ASPECTS

Suggested Reading

Bhushan, N., and Shadmehr, R. (1999). Computational architecture of the human adaptive controller during learning of reaching movements in force fields. Biol. Cybernetics 81, 39-60.

Bloedel, J. R., Ebner, T. J., and Wise, S. P. (Eds.) (1996). The Acquisition of Motor Behavior in Vertebrates. MIT Press, Cambridge, MA.

Goldberg, M. E., Eggers, H. M., and Gouras, P. (1999). The ocular motor system. In Principles of Neural Science (E. R. Kandel, J. H. Schwartz and T. M. Jessel, Eds.), 4th ed. Elsevier, New York.

Joseph, A. B., and Young, R. R. (Eds.) (1992). Movement Disorders in Neurology and Neuropsychiatry. Blackwell, Boston.

Leiguarda, R. C., and Marsden, C. D. (2000). Limb aprax-ias—Higher-order disorders of sensorimotor integration. Brain 123, 860-879.

Loewy, A. D., and Spyer, K. M. (Eds.) (1990). Central Regulation of Autonomic Functions. Oxford Univ. Press, Oxford.

Middleton, F. A., and Strick, P. L. (2000). A revised neuroanatomy of frontal subcortical circuits. In Frontal-Subcortical Circuits in Psychiatry and Neurology (D. G. Lichter and J. L. Cummings, Eds.), Guilford, New York.

Milner, A. D., and Goodale, M. A. (1996). The Visual Brain in Action. Oxford Univ. Press, Oxford.

Passingham, R. E. (1993). The Frontal Lobes in Voluntary Action. Oxford Univ. Press, Oxford.

Porter, R., and Lemon, R. (1993). Corticospinal Function and Voluntary Movement. Clarendon, Oxford.

Stein, P. S. G., Grillner, S., Selverston, A. I., and Stuart, D. G. (Eds.) (1997). Neurons, Networks, and Motor Behavior. MIT Press, Cambridge, MA.

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