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Mark L. Latash


Mark L. Latash is with the Department of Kinesiology, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA 16802.


Articles:

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  A New Book by Nikolai Bernstein: Contemporary Studies in the Physiology of the Neural Process, (Volume 10, Issue 1, January)
  BERNSTEIN'S HERITAGE - 30 Years Later: On the Problem of the Relation Between Structure and Function in the Brain From a Contemporary Viewpoint (1966), Part II, (Volume 4, Issue 2, April)
  Bernstein's Papers in Motor Control, (Volume 2, Issue 1, January)
  Do Synergies Improve Accuracy? A Study of Speed-Accuracy Trade-Offs During Finger Force Production, (Volume 12, Issue 2, April)
  Editorial, (Volume 11, Issue 2, April)
  Lev Pavlovich Latash, 1924-2002, (Volume 6, Issue 2, April)
  Motor Control and Sensory Motor Integration (Advances in Psychology Series, Volume III, (Volume 1, Issue 2, April)
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  Motor Control: The Heart of Kinesiology, (Volume 60, Issue 1, February)
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  Movement System Variability, (Volume 10, Issue 2, April)
  Reconstruction of the Unknown Optimization Cost Functions from Experimental Recordings During Static Multi-Finger Prehension, (Volume 16, Issue 2, April)
  Rotational Equilibrium During Multi-Digit Pressing and Prehension, (Volume 8, Issue 4, October)
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  Tangential Finger Forces Use Mechanical Advantage During Static Grasping, (Volume 28, Issue 1, February)
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  The Answer May Be 42: So, What Is the Question?, (Volume 1, Issue 3, July)
  There is No Motor Redundancy in Human Movement. There is Motor Abundance, (Volume 4, Issue 3, July)


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