INTRODUCTION. Motor control and sensory-motor integration (D.J. Glencross†). NEURAL CONTROL AND DISABILITIES OF SENSORY MOTOR INTEGRATION. Modeling the cerebellum: From adaptation to coordination (M.A. Arbib et al.). Interaction of the basal ganglia and supplementary motor area in the elaboration of movement (R. Iansek et al.). Motor control considerations for the rehabilitation of gait in Parkinson's Disease (M.E. Morris et al.). COMPUTATIONAL AND DYNAMIC MODELS OF MOTOR COORDINATION. Adaptive optimal control of human tracking (P.D. Neilson et al.). Testing dynamical and cognitive models of rhythmic pattern production (J. Pressing). Temporal coordination of human gait (B. Abernethy et al.). AQUISITION & DYNAMICS OF INTERLIMB COORDINATION. The contribution of spontaneous movements in the acquisition of motor coordination in infants (J.P. Piek). Going around in circles: The dynamics of bimanual circling (J.J. Summers et al.). Asymmetries in the dynamics of interlimb coordination (R.G. Carson et al.). Learning a dynamic limb synergy (N. O'Dwyer). KINAESTHETIC AND VISUO-MOTOR COORDINATION. Adaptation of arm movements to altered loads: Implications for sensorimotor transformations (G.K. Kerr, R.N. Marshall). The use of virtual environments in perception-action research: Grasping the impossible and controlling the improbable (J.P. Wann, S.K. Rushton). Trajectory modifications in response to superseding step stimuli (N.C. Barrett, R.T. Kane). Limiting motions in prehension (P.J. Bate, R. Hoffman). OVERVIEW AND FUTURE DIRECTIONS. Perspectives on motor control and sensory-motor integration (J.P. Piek, N.C. Barrett). INDEXES. Author index. Subject index.