Using robotics, researchers uncover mechanisms in the cerebellum and spinal cord that determine how the nervous system responds to induced changes in step length. The findings could have implications for physical rehabilitation programs for people with movement disorders.
A combination of transcranial magnetic stimulation and peripheral nerve stimulation may help in the rehabilitation of people with spinal cord injury.
According to a new study, the brain plans multiple actions simultaneously prior to selecting one action to execute.
Researchers report people are accurate at judging the emotion others are experiencing by observing the head movements alone.
Using augmented reality, researchers discover how rats recalibrate learned relationships between a landmark, speed, distance and time to create a locational 'map' in the brain.
Motor system neurons not only control movement, they also incite action.
Study looks at the delicate dynamics of social movement.
Findings using virtual reality could help to improve treatments for people with limited hand strength.