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Scott Kretchmar and Mark L. Latash

different levels, including rules associated with respective laws of nature, will increase and decrease depending on both external conditions and the status of various parts of the interacting three-level system. Some rules may be inherently stronger than others, but context always makes a significant

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Mark L. Latash

exploring laws of nature that define the interaction among the central nervous system, peripheral motor apparatus, sensory organs, and the environment during biological movements. Laws of nature are concise descriptions of our observations of objects. Commonly, they are expressed as equations that link

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Mark L. Latash

computing requisite neural signals from brain structures to produce appropriate forces that would lead to desired actions. The alternative approach views the CNS as a physical (physiological) system that performs no computational operations but behaves according to laws of nature. Of course, researchers

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Fatemeh Zahed and Max Berniker

– 2994 . https://doi.org/10.1152/jn.00483.2010 10.1152/jn.00483.2010 Latash , M.L. ( 2021 ). Laws of nature that define biological action and perception . Physics of Life Reviews, 36, 47 – 67 . https://doi.org/10.1016/j.plrev.2020.07.007 10.1016/j.plrev.2020.07.007 Morasso , P. ( 1981

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Mindy F. Levin and Daniele Piscitelli

physics exploring laws of nature defining how the nervous system interacts with other body parts and the environment to produce purposeful, coordinated actions ” (i-s-m-c.org). This definition does not specify exactly how control is organized in the CNS. However, traditionally, it is thought that in

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Mark L. Latash

of this concept compatible with the approach to the neural control of movement based on laws of nature, the physical approach. The notion of primitives has been used in fields other than motor control, in particular in studies of perception (e.g.,  Logothetis & Sheinberg, 1996 ) and cognition (e

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Mark L. Latash and Vera L. Talis

the Pluto; lines of force action and space curvature; (b) Waves of light through a point in ether. What is the function of its time changes and can it exist? 3). The history of the evolution of the meaning of concepts: a). God-spirit (spiritual atoms, etc., non-material matter); b). Laws of nature

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Mark L. Latash

. https://doi.org/10.1152/jn.00545.2020 10.1152/jn.00545.2020 Latash , M.L. ( 2021b ). Laws of nature that define biological action and perception . Physics of Life Reviews, 36, 47 – 67 . https://doi.org/10.1016/j.plrev.2020.07.007 10.1016/j.plrev.2020.07.007 Latash , M.L. , Friedman , J