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by Howard Zelaznik
Author: Howard Zelaznik
Publisher: Human Kinetics; 1 edition (July 29, 1996)
Subcategory: Medicine and Health Sciences
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Advances in motor learning and control, 37, 1996. RA Schmidt, HN Zelaznik, JS Frank. Information processing in motor control and learning, 183-203, 1978.
Advances in motor learning and control, 37, 1996. Spatiotemporal stability and patterning of speech movement sequences. A Smith, L Goffman, HN Zelaznik, G Ying, C McGillem. The influence of aging and attentional demands on recovery from postural instability. GE Stelmach, HN Zelaznik, D Lowe.
This book provides a blend of current literature and classic studies in motor control and learning, and the authors cite .
I found part III the most thought-provoking and applicable to my practice of physical therapy, particularly chapter 10, which discusses how conditions of practice influence motor learning. Over the past 15 years, Zelaznik has developed, tested, and promoted a theoretical framework to examine issues in human movement timing. He has been funded for over 30 years by NIH and currently has an interdisciplinary project funded by NSF.
Howard Zelaznik’s books. Motor Control and Learning: A Behavioral Emphasis by. Richard A. Schmidt, Tim Lee., Carolee Winstein. Want to Read savin. ant to Read.
Professor Department of Health and Kinesiology. In emergent timing the central nervous system controls other variables of the movement trajectory, with the temporal properties emerging from this control process. These processes are studied in normal individuals (Purdue work) and in individuals with a compromised cerebellum (UC Berkeley collaboration). Individual differences in Fitts’ Law Performance. Unifying Fitts’ Law and the Linear Speed Accuracy Trade-off (Schmidt, Zelaznik’s Law). Selected Publications. Liddy JJ, Zelaznik HN, Huber JE, Rietdyk S, Claxton LJ, Samuel A, Haddad JM (2016).
Learning in the presence of concept drift and hidden contexts. Machine Learning, 23, 69-101. Wellner, J. A. (1992). Rev., 60(3), 247-269. DeStefano, . & Learned-Miller, E. (2008). A probabilistic upper bound on differential entropy. IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, Under Revision.
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Zelaznik, Howard . 1952-.
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Howard Zelaznik of Purdue University, IN (Purdue) Read 123 publications Contact Howard Zelaznik. Candidate classes are discrete and continuous movement. Discrete movements have a definite beginning and end, whereas continuous movements do not have such discriminable end points. The control and coordination of these effectors appear to be automatic, effortless, and usually error free.
In: Zelaznik, H. (E. Advances in motor learning and control (pp. 123–153). Representational issues in motor learning: Phenomena and theory. In H. Heuer & S. W. Keele (Ed. Champaign, Ill: Human Kinetics. Crossman, E. R. F. (1959). Handbook of perception and action Volume 2: Motor skills (pp. 263–330).
Howard N. Zelaznik, PhD, is a professor of health and kinesiology at Purdue University. He is a fellow of the National Academy of Kinesiology, the Association for Psychological Science, the Psychonomic Society, and the American Association for the Advancement of Science, and he is an active member of the North American Society for the Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity.
Advances in Motor Learning and Control surveys the latest, most important advances in the field, surpassing the confines of debate between proponents of the information processing and dynamical systems.
Zelaznik, editor of the Journal of Motor Behavior from 1989 to 1996, brings together a variety of perspectives. Some of the more difficult topics-such as behavioral analysis of trajectory formation and the dynamic pattern perspective of rhythmic movement-are presented in tutorial fashion. Other chapters provide a foundation for understanding increasingly specialized areas of study.