Breathe, walk and chew : the neural challenge. Part 2 / edited by Jean-Pierre Gossard, Réjean Dubuc and Arlette Kolta.

Contributor(s): Gossard, Jean-Pierre [editor.] | Dubuc, Réjean [editor.] | Kolta, Arlette [editor.]
Material type: TextTextSeries: Progress in brain research: v. 188.Publisher: Amsterdam : Elsevier, 2011Description: 1 online resource (xii, 252 pages) : illustrationsContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780444538253; 0444538259; 0444538267; 9780444538260Other title: Neural challenge. Part 2Subject(s): Brain | Decision making | Neurobiology | Cognitive science | Mind and body | Brain | Cognitive science | Decision making | Mind and body | Neurobiology | Nervous System | Nervous System -- physiopathology | Motor Skills -- physiology | Decision Making | MEDICAL -- Neuroscience | PSYCHOLOGY -- Neuropsychology | ademhaling | respiration | lopen | walking | voortbeweging | locomotion | beweging | movement | neurale netwerken | neural networks | biologische ontwikkeling | biological development | hormonale controle | hormonal control | genetica | genetics | neurofysiologie | neurophysiology | neurobiologie | neurobiology | neurowetenschap | neuroscience | Neurophysiology | Medicine (General) | Neurofysiologie | Geneeskunde (algemeen)Genre/Form: Electronic books. | Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Breathe, walk and chew.DDC classification: 612.8/2072 LOC classification: QP363 | .B74 2011ebOnline resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
pt. 1. Section 1. Genetic factors determining the functional organization of neural circuits controlling rhythmic movements -- 1. Once upon a time -- the early concepts of breathing, walking, and chewing -- 2. Genetic dissection of rhythmic motor networks in mice -- 3. Genetic factors determining the functional organization of neural circuits controlling rhythmic movements -- 4. Development of motor rhythms in zebrafish embryos -- 5. Limb, respiratory, and masticatory muscle compartmentalization -- 6. Spinal interneurons providing input to the final common path during locomotion -- 7. Beyond connectivity of locomotor circuitry-ionic and modulatory mechanisms.
pt. 2. Section 3. Modulation of rhythmic movements -- 2. The spinal generation of phases and cycle duration -- 3. Networks within networks: The neuronal control of breathing -- 4. Supraspinal control of locomotion: The mesencephalic locomotor region -- 5. Face sensorimotor cortex: Its role and neuroplasticity in the control of orofacial movements -- 6. Motor planning of locomotor adaptations on the basis of vision: The role of the posterior parietal cortex -- 7. Interindividual variability and its implications for locomotor adaptation following peripheral nerve and/or spinal -- 8. Challenging the adaptive capacity of rhythmic movement control: From denervation to force field adaptation -- 9. Face sensorimotor cortex neuroplasticity associated with intraoral alterations -- 10. A hierarchical perspective on rhythm generation for locomotor control -- 11. Novel mechanism for hyperreflexia and spasticity -- 12. Modulation of rhythmic movement: Control of coordination -- Section 4. Perspectives -- 14. Looking forward to breathing -- 15. Chew before you swallow -- 16. Spinal plasticity in the recovery of locomotion.
Summary: 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. * Offers intense, focused, and genuine interdisciplinary perspective * Conveys state-of-the-art and outlines future research directions on the hot topic of Mind and Motion (or embodied cognition) * Includes contributions from psychologists, neuroscientists, movement scientists, economists, and others.
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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. * Offers intense, focused, and genuine interdisciplinary perspective * Conveys state-of-the-art and outlines future research directions on the hot topic of Mind and Motion (or embodied cognition) * Includes contributions from psychologists, neuroscientists, movement scientists, economists, and others.

pt. 1. Section 1. Genetic factors determining the functional organization of neural circuits controlling rhythmic movements -- 1. Once upon a time -- the early concepts of breathing, walking, and chewing -- 2. Genetic dissection of rhythmic motor networks in mice -- 3. Genetic factors determining the functional organization of neural circuits controlling rhythmic movements -- 4. Development of motor rhythms in zebrafish embryos -- 5. Limb, respiratory, and masticatory muscle compartmentalization -- 6. Spinal interneurons providing input to the final common path during locomotion -- 7. Beyond connectivity of locomotor circuitry-ionic and modulatory mechanisms.

pt. 2. Section 3. Modulation of rhythmic movements -- 2. The spinal generation of phases and cycle duration -- 3. Networks within networks: The neuronal control of breathing -- 4. Supraspinal control of locomotion: The mesencephalic locomotor region -- 5. Face sensorimotor cortex: Its role and neuroplasticity in the control of orofacial movements -- 6. Motor planning of locomotor adaptations on the basis of vision: The role of the posterior parietal cortex -- 7. Interindividual variability and its implications for locomotor adaptation following peripheral nerve and/or spinal -- 8. Challenging the adaptive capacity of rhythmic movement control: From denervation to force field adaptation -- 9. Face sensorimotor cortex neuroplasticity associated with intraoral alterations -- 10. A hierarchical perspective on rhythm generation for locomotor control -- 11. Novel mechanism for hyperreflexia and spasticity -- 12. Modulation of rhythmic movement: Control of coordination -- Section 4. Perspectives -- 14. Looking forward to breathing -- 15. Chew before you swallow -- 16. Spinal plasticity in the recovery of locomotion.

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