Breathe, Walk and Chew; The Neural Challenge: Part II
- Jean-Pierre Gossard
This volume investigates the implications of how our brain directs our movements on decision-making. An extensive body of knowledge in chapters from international experts is presented as well as integrative group reports discussing new directions for future research.
The understanding of how people make decisions is of central interest to experts working in fields such as psychology, economics, movement science, cognitive neuroscience, neuroinformatics, robotics, and sport science. For the first time the current volume provides a multidisciplinary overview of how action and cognition are integrated in the planning of and decisions about action.
Neuroscientists, psychologists, movement scientists, sports scientists, and economists
Progress in Brain Research
Hardbound, 266 Pages
Published: March 2011
MODULATION OF RHYTHMIC MOVEMENTSChap 1 Jean-Charles Viemari, Rémi Bos, Pascale Boulenguez, Cécile Brocard, Frédéric Brocard,
Hélène Bras, Patrice Coulon, Sylvie Liabeuf, Edouard Pearlstein, Karina Sadlaoud, AurélieStil, Sabrina Tazerart and Laurent Vinay
Importance of chloride homeostasis in the operation of rhythmic motor networks.Chap 2 Jean-Pierre Gossard, Jennifer Sirois, Patrick Noué, Marie-Pascale Côté, Ariane
Ménard, Hugues Leblond and Alain FrigonThe spinal generation of phases and cycle duration..
Chap 3 Alfredo Garcia*, Sebastien Zanella*, Henner Koch*, Atsushi Doi and Jan-Marino RamirezNetworks within networks: The neuronal control of breathing.
Chap 4 Didier Le Ray, Laurent Juvin, Dimitri Ryczko and Réjean DubucSupraspinal control of locomotion: The mesencephalic locomotor region.
Chap 5 Barry J. SessleFace sensorimotor cortex: its role and neuroplasticity in the control of orofacial movements.
Chap 6 Daniel S. Marigold, Jacques-Etienne Andujar, Kim Lajoie and Trevor DrewMotor Planning of Locomotor Adaptations on the Basis of Vision: the Role of the Posterior
Parietal Cortex.Chap 7 Alain Frigon
Inter-individual variability and its implications for locomotor adaptation following peripheral nerve and/or spinal cord injury.Chap 8 Laurent Bouyer
Challenging the adaptive capacity of rhythmic movement control: from denervation to force adaptation.Chap 9 Limor Avivi-Arber, Jye-Chang Lee and Barry J. Sessle
Face sensorimotor cortex neuroplasticity associated with intraoral alterations.Chap 10 Sergiy Yakovenko
A hierarchical perspective on rhythm generation for locomotor control.Chap 11 C. Yates, K. Garrison, N.B. Reese, A. Charlesworth and E. Garcia-Rill
Novel mechanisms for hyper-reflexia and spasticity.Chap 12 Larry M. Jordan and Urszula Slawinska
Modulation of rhythmic movement: control of coordination.
SECTION 2PERSPECTIVESChap 13 Sten Grillner
On walking, chewing and breathing - a tribute to Serge, Jim and Jack.Chap 14 Jack L. Feldman
Looking forward to breathing.Chap 15 James P. Lund
Chew before you swallowChap 16 Serge Rossignol, Alain Frigon, Grégory Barrière, Olivier Alluin and Marina Martinez
Spinal plasticity in the recovery of locomotion.