alexa Efferent Copy and Corollary Discharge Motor Control Behavior Associated with a Hopping Activity

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Efferent Copy and Corollary Discharge Motor Control Behavior Associated with a Hopping Activity

Hoppers respond not only to stimuli from the ground surfaces but also to cues generated by their own behaviors. This leads to desensitization because although the afferent and reafferent signals have distinct causes, they are carried by the same sensory channels. From a behavioral viewpoint, it may be necessary to distinguish between signals from the two causes especially when monitoring changes in the external environment separate from those due to selfmovement.

Citation:

Kim W, Veloso AP, João F, Kohles SS (2013) Efferent Copy and Corollary Discharge Motor Control Behavior Associated with a Hopping Activity. J Nov Physiother 3:167.

 
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