movement time

movement time

Sleep disorders The term in sleep record scoring to denote when EEG and EOG tracings are obscured for > 15 secs due to movement, which may be combined with awake time

move·ment time

(mūv'mĕnt tīm)
The time elapsed between the beginning and the end of a movement.
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Also, the data from the second experiment extend current knowledge of movement time characteristics, at least for touch screen types of devices.
The increase in movement time is usually caused by a longer duration of the deceleration phase of the movement (Castiello et al., 1993; Castiello et al., 1998; Fecteau et al., 2001; Heath et al., 1998; Prablanc & Martin, 1992; Paulignan, Jeannerod, et al., 1991), sometimes accompanied by a decrease in peak velocity (e.g.
`I can't think of the '80s as a jazz movement time."
* The datalogger study involves a device mounted onto a wheelchair that collects information on the speed, distance, and movement time of the chair as the person goes about his or her daily activities.
Existing brig scheduler software will be interfaced to the prototype module and pass scheduled movement time, transit points and in some cases, the transit path to a central computer.
The ban was temporary but it bought the international anti-whaling movement time to build support towards a total ban on whaling in all international waters.
Jeannerod also found that the point of maximum aperture occurred at 60-80% of the total movement time. Other natural prehension tasks also have a reach and grasp component, such as spoon-feeding.
Specifically, Jensen and Munro used apparatus with high S-R compatibility, separated decision time (DT) from movement time (MT), and used more appropriate IQ measures, numbers of trials, and participant numbers.
Multiple-cavity tools having a total part projected area of greater than 130 [cm.sup.2] end a wall thickness of less than 1 mm have been filled in under 0.2 sec of ram movement time. The high injection rates have the effect of "stretching" the thermoplastic polymer molecule, rendering its viscosity very low.
Measures of sitting, standing and movement time were recorded using a small device worn on the thigh.
Visitors can let their imaginations run wild as Story Time takes them on literary adventures, and Music and Movement Time gets everyone moving, grooving and making some noise.
Now Clarke, 37, has spoken out in support of the In Your Corner campaign - launched by mental health movement Time To Change - which aims to tackle stats showing only a third of men talk openly about their feelings.

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