RESEARCH ARTICLE How visual information links to multijoint coordination during quiet standing. Kiemel, T.
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Abstract The link between visual information and pos-tural control was investigated based on a multi-degree-of-freedom model using the framework of the uncontrolled manifold (UCM) hypothesis. The hypothesis was that because visual information specifies the position of the body in space, it would couple preferentially into those combinations of degrees of freedom (DOFs) that move the body in space and not into combinations of DOFs that do not move the body in space. Subjects stood quietly in a virtual reality cave for 4-min trials with or without a 0.2, 2.0 Hz, or combined 0.2 and 2.0 Hz visual field perturba-tion that was below perceptual threshold. Motion analysis was used to compute six sagittal plane joint angles. Vari-ance across time of the angular motion was partitioned into (1) variance associated with motion of the body and (2)
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	abstract = {Abstract The link between visual information and pos-tural control was investigated based on a multi-degree-of-freedom model using the framework of the uncontrolled manifold (UCM) hypothesis. The hypothesis was that because visual information specifies the position of the body in space, it would couple preferentially into those combinations of degrees of freedom (DOFs) that move the body in space and not into combinations of DOFs that do not move the body in space. Subjects stood quietly in a virtual reality cave for 4-min trials with or without a 0.2, 2.0 Hz, or combined 0.2 and 2.0 Hz visual field perturba-tion that was below perceptual threshold. Motion analysis was used to compute six sagittal plane joint angles. Vari-ance across time of the angular motion was partitioned into (1) variance associated with motion of the body and (2)},
	author = {Kiemel, T.}
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