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. Robertson * 1 2000 4 1 117 120 10.1123/mcj.4.1.117 Research Grasping Neurones Jeroen B.J. Smeets * Eli Brenner * 1 2000 4 1 121 123 10.1123/mcj.4.1.121 mcj Motor Control 1087-1640 1543-2696 2000 4 1 10.1123/mcj.2000.4.issue-1 Target Article 10.1123/mcj.4.1.1 Commentaries 10.1123/mcj.4.1.45 Research 10

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.1123/jab.2016-0062 Review Effective Propulsion in Swimming: Grasping the Hydrodynamics of Hand and Arm Movements Josje van Houwelingen * Sander Schreven * Jeroen B.J. Smeets * Herman J.H. Clercx * Peter J. Beek * 2 2017 33 1 87 100 10.1123/jab.2016-0064 jab Journal of Applied Biomechanics 1065

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an Athletic Season Linda M. Petlichkoff * 2 1993 5 1 12 24 10.1123/pes.5.1.12 Research Variations in Grasping and Throwing Patterns as a Function of Ball Size Allen W. Burton * Nancy L. Greer * Diane M. Wiese-Bjornstal * 2 1993 5 1 25 41 10.1123/pes.5.1.25 A Preliminary Study of the 20-m

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* John Baker * Adam Hunter * 2 2012 28 1 70 77 10.1123/jab.28.1.70 Tangential Finger Forces Use Mechanical Advantage During Static Grasping Gregory P. Slota * Mark L. Latash * Vladimir M. Zatsiorsky * 2 2012 28 1 78 84 10.1123/jab.28.1.78 Technical Notes Trunk Acceleration for Neuroprosthetic

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Breanna E. Studenka and Kodey Myers

initially responding to an action command, how long it took for them to move toward an object, and how long they spent grasping the object before picking it up to hand it to someone. Recent work from our lab showed that children with ASD between 8 and 11 years did not exhibit an understanding of others

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Karl M. Newell

in action particularly on the coordination, control, and skill in the fundamental motor skills of standing, walking, running, reaching, grasping, and lifting. Not all speakers provided a paper for this issue of Kinesiology Review . The majority of talks and papers were from Fellows of the National

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Original Research Effect of Object Width on Muscle and Joint Forces During Thumb–Index Finger Grasping Laurent Vigouroux * Mathieu Domalain * Eric Berton * 8 2011 27 3 173 180 10.1123/jab.27.3.173 Research Altered Alignment of the Shoulder Girdle and Cervical Spine in Patients With Insidious

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Seffinger * 10 2013 29 5 543 553 10.1123/jab.29.5.543 Is Power Grasping Contact Continuous or Discrete? Todd C. Pataky * Greg P. Slota * Mark L. Latash * Vladimir M. Zatsiorsky * 10 2013 29 5 554 562 10.1123/jab.29.5.554 Quantification of the Trade-Off Between Force Attenuation and Balance

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Marlowe Pecora, Luc Tremblay and Matthew Heath

, however, entirely unclear whether width-based manipulations result in similar speed–accuracy relations. This is an interesting question because work from the grasping literature has shown that a consequence of decoupling SR spatial relations is the processing of intrinsic (i.e., shape or width)—but not

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Moslem Bahmani, Jed A. Diekfuss, Robabeh Rostami, Nasim Ataee and Farhad Ghadiri

grasping and manual aiming tasks (see Glover, 2004 for a review). However, to examine memory-guided movements that require the performer to hold-target related information in working memory while fixating on another object (e.g., target and golf ball), there has been a proliferation of research exploring