proprioceptive feedback

proprioceptive feedback

muscle-joint input that provides information regarding position in space and/or in relation to objects.
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The most sophisticated artificial limbs, which are controlled via brain-machine interfaces (BMIs) that transmit neural commands to robotic mechanisms, rely on users visual guidance and do not yet incorporate proprioceptive feedback.
Damage to the parietal cortex can also cause lack of awareness of movements due to loss of proprioceptive feedback or left hemineglect (3).
The weight and textured surface of the pencil provide increased sensory input and proprioceptive feedback to the hand while writing.
The assemblies incorporating the steel rods provided proprioceptive feedback and tactile feedback (the latter by resisting shoulder motion), while the assembly incorporating the nylon rod provided only proprioceptive feedback.
One of the biggest challenges was creating a fit that would be snug enough to provide proprioceptive feedback to the yogi without being too revealing in all the wrong places.
Moreover, tactile feedback can be used to augment proprioceptive feedback to estimate movement distance (28).
Visual feedback may be particularly helpful with speech features that are susceptible to hearing loss, as well as speech gestures associated with limited visibility and proprioceptive feedback.
To determine this, proprioceptive feedback was disrupted experimentally by applying medium-frequency vibration to the tendons on one wrist to induce the perception that the limb was moving.
During glenohumeral motion, the glenohumeral ligaments promote stability by reciprocal tensioning and may also provide proprioceptive proprioceptive feedback to modulate rotator cuff contraction.
Topics addressed by the seven contributions include views of prenatal corticogenesis as informed by studies of gene expression and the manipulation of sensory experience, prenatal sensory experience and learning with the context of auditory modality, the acquisition of olfactory and gustatory prenatal preferences and their effects on behavior after birth, the idea that prenatal motor development is dependent on "central pattern generators" and proprioceptive feedback resulting from movement, prenatal to postnatal development of posture, and the effect of maternal stress and anxiety during pregnancy on postnatal development outcomes.
Proposed injury mechanisms influenced by shoes include muscle atrophy, altered alignment, decreased proprioceptive feedback and, therefore, diminished impact-moderating behavior.
Ryan (1994) specifically suggested an impaired ability to generate adequate muscular forces in a timely manner consequent to poor proprioceptive feedback could impair an individual's ability to protect the ankle joint against any destabilising influences, for example those that might be experienced at the subtalar joint where a majority of lateral ankle sprain injuries occur.