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Cornelia Frank, Taeho Kim and Thomas Schack

. ( 2006 ). Observational modeling effects for movement dynamics and movement outcome measures across differing task constraints: A meta-analysis . Journal of Motor Behavior, 38 , 185 – 205 . PubMed doi:10.3200/JMBR.38.3.185-205 10.3200/JMBR.38.3.185-205 Badets , A. , & Blandin , Y. ( 2010

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Jeffery Kurt Ward, Peter A. Hastie and Kamden Strunk

of MVPA during mixed-ability game play. This may be explained in part in reference to Newell’s ( 1986 ) three classifications of constraints: performer, environmental, and task constraints. First, the interplay of the two subcategories of performer (i.e., structural and functional) may have made a

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Masakazu Matsuoka, Hiroshi Kunimura and Koichi Hiraoka

and Circulation Physiology, 115, 1289 – 1297 . doi:10.1152/jn.00512.2015 de Lima , A.C. , de Azevedo Neto , R.M. , & Teixeira , L.A. ( 2010 ). On the functional integration between postural and supra-postural tasks on the basis of contextual cues and task constraint . Gait & Posture, 32

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Chun-Chih Wang, Brandon Alderman, Chih-Han Wu, Lin Chi, Su-Ru Chen, I-Hua Chu and Yu-Kai Chang

.08.002 10.1016/j.mhpa.2013.08.002 Pesce , C. ( 2009 ). An integrated approach to the effect of acute and chronic exercise on cognition: The linked role of individual and task constraints . In T. McMorris , P.D. Tomporowski , & M. Audiffren (Eds.), Exercise and cognitive function (pp.  213

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Constraints and the Dynamics of Coordination, Control, and Skill Karl M. Newell, University of Georgia The talk will address the relation between task constraints and the dynamics of movement coordination, control, and skill from the theoretical perspectives of ecological psychology, perception/action, and

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Brice Guignard, Annie Rouard, Didier Chollet, Marco Bonifazi, Dario Dalla Vedova, John Hart and Ludovic Seifert

the moving volume of water) and (b) directly modulate the environment through flow rate rather than increasing the swimming speed (i.e., task constraint) that indirectly modifies the fluid flow. Limited previous researches highlighted that swimming in the flume revealed a slightly higher stroke rate

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Cheryl M. Glazebrook

more than a century scientists have systematically been exploring how humans learn to control our movements ( Adams, 1987 ; Elliott et al., 2001 ). In recent decades, neural imaging continues to give new insights into brain areas that are active under different task constraints. To date, neural

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Brian M. Moore, Joseph T. Adams, Sallie Willcox and Joseph Nicholson

, 14 , 3 . PubMed ID: 28270866 doi:10.1186/s11556-017-0173-7 10.1186/s11556-017-0173-7 McIlroy , W.E. , & Maki , B.E. ( 1993 ). Task constraints on foot movement and the incidence of compensatory stepping following perturbation of upright stance . Brain Research, 616 ( 1–2 ), 30 – 38 . doi

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Cameron T. Gibbons, Polemnia G. Amazeen and Aaron D. Likens

, & Hirschfeld, 2005 ; Otten, 1999 ; Wang, Jordan, & Newell, 2012 ; Wang & Newell, 2012 ). Those results highlight postural control—even during quiet standing—as an active, ongoing process ( Hof et al., 2005 ; Wang et al., 2012 ). In fact, depending on task constraints, postural sway may be purposefully

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solutions. Adaptations in postural control to different task constraints in people with multiple sclerosis Richard Van Emmerik, Julianna Averill, Michael Busa, University of Massachusetts Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a chronic demyelinating disease of the central nervous system and is the most common