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(Schmidt , ), this edition of Motor Control and Learning: A Behavioral Emphasis was written for those who would like to understand how it is that these . Significantly updated with current research, new learning features, and more references, the fifth edition of Motor Control and Learning: A Behavioral Approach. Editorial Reviews. Review. "This book provides a blend of current literature and classic studies in motor control and learning, and the authors cite advantages.
The problem of how an animal uses information about its own state and about the environment for controlling movement is among the lower-level problems. Movements are not simply driven by stimuli in a reflex-like manner: in controlling their movements, organisms have some degree of autonomy, that is, some degree of independence from sensory input von Hoist, On the other hand, there can be no doubt that most movements are influenced by sensory input, despite some opinions to the contrary e. Thus, the problem is to determine how sensory input is combined with central or autonomous control. In the combined system, peripheral information can be seen to have three functions: a it influences the decision as to what action is to be performed; b it participates in adjusting the parameters of the movements required for the action; and c it acts such to ensure that the movements are carried out correctly in the face of potential disturbances. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves.
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Write a review Rate this item: Preview this item Preview this item. Motor control and learning: The book comprehensively examines human movement and performance. Richard A. Schmidt, PhD, passed away in , leaving a legacy of groundbreaking research in motor control and learning.
He had authored the first edition of Motor Control and Learning in ; followed up with a second edition of the popular text in ; and collaborated with Timothy Lee for the third edition in , the fourth edition in , and the fifth edition in Schmidt was a professor emeritus in the department of psychology at UCLA and ran a consulting firm, Human Performance Research, working in the areas of human factors and human performance.
The originator of schema theory, Schmidt founded the Journal of Motor Behavior in and was editor for 11 years. Schmidt received two honorary doctorate degrees, from Catholic University of Leuven Belgium and Joseph Fournier University France , in recognition of his work. Timothy D. He has published extensively in motor behavior and psychology journals since , served as an editor for the Journal of Motor Behavior and Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, and has been an editorial board member for Psychological Review.
Until his retirement in , his research was supported primarily by grants from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada. In his leisure time, Lee enjoys playing golf. He has maintained a lifelong fascination with blues music and would one day love to put years of motor learning study into practice by learning to play blues guitar.
Carolee J. Winstein, PhD, PT, is a professor of biokinesiology and physical therapy at the University of Southern California, as well as in the department of neurology at the Keck School of Medicine.
She has more than 30 years of multidisciplinary collaborative research experience focused on understanding rehabilitation outcomes and promoting optimal recovery of goal-directed movement behaviors that emerge from a dynamic brain-behavior system in brain-damaged conditions.
She has authored or coauthored more than research papers, chapters, proceedings, and commentaries. Recently, the Journal of the American Medicaal Association published the results of her NIH-funded, multisite clinical trial of stroke rehabilitation.
Winstein has mentored over a dozen doctoral students and postdoctoral scholars from diverse fields, including engineering, neuroscience, and rehabilitation.
Her research has resulted in approximately journal articles and book chapters, as well as two books. Howard N. Zelaznik, PhD, is a professor of health and kinesiology at Purdue University. Zelaznik has served as executive editor for the Journal of Motor Behavior. His research specialty is human motor control. Over the past 15 years, Zelaznik has developed, tested, and promoted a theoretical framework to examine issues in human movement timing.
A former college tennis player, Zelaznik is still an active albeit unranked tennis player. He is an active road cyclist and former marathon runner. As his students continually tell him, he does not have a good sense of humor, although he loves to laugh. Would you like to tell us about a lower price? Additional new features of the sixth edition include the following: Read more Read less.
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