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Kinesthesia in a sustained-attention driving task

Chun-Hsiang Chuang, Li-Wei Ko, Tzyy-Ping Jung, Chin-Teng Lin
2014 NeuroImage  
This study investigated the effects of kinesthetic stimuli on brain activities during a sustained-attention task in an immersive driving simulator.  ...  In terms of behavior, subjects tended to have a short response time to process unexpected events with the assistance of kinesthesia, yet only when their performance was optimal.  ...  This work was supported in part by the UST-UCSD International Center of Excellence in Advanced Bioengineering sponsored by the Taiwan National Science Council I-RiCE Program under Grant Number: NSC-101  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neuroimage.2014.01.015 pmid:24444995 fatcat:pw3xtambwraq5bbza66td3qmki

Physical and cognitive consequences of fatigue: A review

Hoda M. Abd-Elfattah, Faten H. Abdelazeim, Shorouk Elshennawy
2015 Journal of Advanced Research  
An increase in attentional demands can be concluded from a reduction in the performance of a secondary task (usually a cognitive task) while the performance on the primary (postural) task remains the same  ...  Various dual task (DT) studies have affirmed that difficulty in assigning attention to each task simultaneously may contribute significantly to increased motor dysfunction.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jare.2015.01.011 pmid:26257932 pmcid:PMC4522584 fatcat:jxp5hzx74nfplkqyx5rmif2the

Kinesthetic Memory

Maxine Sheets-Johnstone
2007 Theoria et Historia Scientiarum  
Prominent topics in this undertaking include kinesthesia, dynamics, and habit. The endeavor has both a critical and constructive dimension.  ...  The constructive dimension is anchored in Luria's seminal notion of a kinetic melody and in related phenomenological analyses of movement.  ...  Certainly we are not ordinarily attentive kinesthetically in a focal way when brushing our teeth or weaving our way quickly through a crowd; we are concentrated on the task at hand.  ... 
doi:10.12775/ths.2003.005 fatcat:u34iccmcd5alnnhbblsynj2jmy

Delaying Mobility Disability in People With Parkinson Disease Using a Sensorimotor Agility Exercise Program

L. A King, F. B Horak
2009 Physical Therapy  
This article introduces a new framework for therapists to develop an exercise program to delay mobility disability in people with Parkinson disease (PD).  ...  Delaying mobility disability in people with Parkinson disease using a sensorimotor agility exercise program. Phys Ther. 2009;89:384 -393.]  ...  attention between tasks. 52, 86 Postural sway increases most in individuals with PD who have a history of falls when a cognitive task is added to the task of quiet stance. 97 These findings suggest  ... 
doi:10.2522/ptj.20080214 pmid:19228832 pmcid:PMC2664996 fatcat:62wlqahsunhklbdhixhwzlev4q

From Mackworth's clock to the open road: A literature review on driver vigilance task operationalization

C.D.D. Cabrall, R. Happee, J.C.F. de Winter
2016 Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour  
in a (17) prolonged (18) task.  ...  Results: A majority of driving vigilance tasks was performed in simulators (69%) compared to on-road (28%) and watching videos (3%) along with large differences in task conditions.  ...  Acknowledgments The research presented in this paper was conducted within the project HFAuto -Human Factors of Automated Driving (PITN-GA-2013-605817).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.trf.2016.04.001 fatcat:4zfofnl67repblyysfrj4ettuy


Joseph J. Pilotta
2020 Creativity Studies  
In order to accomplish this task, the exploration of whole and healthy require a different understanding, that is, that wholeness is a process of the interaction of body's internal environment and external  ...  It is through a phenomenology of kinesthesia that the fundamental dimension of health communication can be established as a science.  ...  As a body inhabits a particular task, attention must be directed to specific functions that relate to specific aspects of the environment.  ... 
doi:10.3846/cs.2020.12696 fatcat:deahandqibau5osxxahblmiybm

Improvement of Praxis Skills in Children with Hemiplegic Cerebral Palsy by Using New Trend of Augmented Visual and Auditory Feedback Training: A Case Report

Safaa M. ElKholi, Reham S. Alsakhawi
2018 Open Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation  
method of auditory and visual biofeedback as Upper Limb Exercise may improve praxis skills alone without any traditional physical therapy treatment or not and within three successive months of treatment in  ...  Methods: A 6-year-old hemiplegic cerebral palsied child was treated with Upper-Limb Exerciser as one of augmented visual and auditory feedback devices.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors express their thanks to the participated child and his parent for their confidence and collaboration in this study.  ... 
doi:10.4236/ojtr.2018.62004 fatcat:cqx23yw2ufbplogorolxtjwlqa

Components of driving competency measurement in the elderly: A scoping review

Saiedeh Bahrampouri, Hamid Reza Khankeh, Seyed Ali Hosseini, Mohammadreza Mehmandar, Abbas Ebadi
2021 Medical Journal of The Islamic Republic of Iran  
The purpose of this research was to determine the components of driving competency in the elderly. Methods: The research has employed a scoping review.  ...  Therefore, it is recommended to use the results of this research to design a suitable tool and model for assessing driving competency in the elderly.  ...  In fact, driving is a symbol of self-esteem and the freedom of the elderly (4). Driving is a complex activity that requires multiple tasks at the same time (3) .  ... 
doi:10.47176/mjiri.35.2 pmid:33996653 pmcid:PMC8111623 fatcat:npvupd7uvvbllnm4oyuuz2nx4q

Insula as the Interface Between Body Awareness and Movement: A Neurofeedback-Guided Kinesthetic Motor Imagery Study in Parkinson's Disease

Sule Tinaz, Kiran Para, Ana Vives-Rodriguez, Valeria Martinez-Kaigi, Keerthana Nalamada, Mine Sezgin, Dustin Scheinost, Michelle Hampson, Elan D. Louis, R. Todd Constable
2018 Frontiers in Human Neuroscience  
In doing so, it provides the impetus to the dorsomedial frontal cortex to initiate and sustain movement.  ...  This difficulty improves when they are provided with external cues suggesting that there is a problem with the internal motivation of movement in PD.  ...  Providing a personalized motor imagery script might also help subjects sustain attention. We used the MIQ-3 to evaluate the motor imagery skills. This is a subjective rating scale.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fnhum.2018.00496 pmid:30581383 pmcid:PMC6292989 fatcat:k6jafex37bfyhjxmqin62lcsjq

Proprioception in Action: A Matter of Ecological and Social Interaction

Ximena González-Grandón, Andrea Falcón-Cortés, Gabriel Ramos-Fernández
2021 Frontiers in Psychology  
Our strong embodiment thesis is that one of the main theoretical principles to understand proprioception, as a perceptual experience within concrete situations, is the coupling with kinesthesia and its  ...  As a proof of concept of our proposal, we developed a minimal PK model to discuss these elements in detail and show their explanatory value as important guides to understand the proprioceptive/kinesthetic  ...  AF-C thanks A. Aldana for fruitful discussion and PostDoctoral Scholarship-UNAM for financial support.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2020.569403 pmid:33519581 pmcid:PMC7841372 fatcat:3njkklczdbd55ima7hrzish7e4

Effectiveness of LSVT big exercise to improve balance in mild to moderate stage Parkinson�s patients

Aarti Sundaran, G. Velmurugan
2017 International Journal Medical and Exercise Science  
Task 1: Maximum sustained movements: seated • Floor to Ceiling • Side to Side Task 2: Repetitive/Directional Movements: standing • Forward Big Step • Sideways Big Step • Backward Big Step  ...  Target: BIG Intensity: Standardized Dosage: 4 consecutive days a week for 4 weeks (16 sessions in one month) Repetitions: Minimum 8-16 repetitions/ task.  ... 
doi:10.36678/ijmaes.2017.v03i03.001 fatcat:hvwzcsy3bzamtpk4ckih6mdnpa

Sensorimotor Integration and Attention: An Electrophysiological Analysis [chapter]

Bruna Velasques, Mauricio Cagy, Roberto Piedade, Pedro Ribeiro
2013 Functional Brain Mapping and the Endeavor to Understand the Working Brain  
In 1902, Raymond Dodge found 5 ocular movements responsible for maintaining the fovea in a target: three movements sustain the fovea in the visual target (saccade, smooth pursuit and vergence) and two  ...  On the other hand, covert attention is the act of mentally focus on one of the possible sensorial stimuli (vision, kinesthesia, hearing, etc) and it is associated with voluntary attention.  ... 
doi:10.5772/55199 fatcat:tvo3uan57zatrcjrd4e3yjjgp4

When the music moves you: Revisiting the classics in the company of neuroscience

E. Pashman Susan
2014 Journal of Music and Dance  
Thus, a dancer, by deliberately reproducing a pattern of muscle stretching, can re-create a chosen specific emotion. This activity constitutes "expressing" emotion in bodily movement.  ...  This paper employs Heinrich Wolfflin's theory of "sympathetic modeling"-a theory recently validated by neuroscientists' discovery of mirror neurons in humans-and Antonio Damasio's neurobiological model  ...  the organism's power to sustain itself, the other, a reflection of a decrease in that power.  ... 
doi:10.5897/jmd2014.0026 fatcat:f62vl45bt5actofw2nebgwdlze

Intelligent Pedagogical Model with Kinesthetic-Static Immersion based on the Neuro-Linguistic Programming Approach (NLP)

Simón Choquehuayta Palomino, José Herrera, Luis Alfaro, Blas Choquehuayta
2019 International Journal of Advanced Computer Science and Applications  
Depending on the results obtained, the teaching/learning strategies are defined, and the activities of an educational coaching are suggested, with the purpose of boosting the students' attention in the  ...  In this paper, the authors propose a teaching/learning pedagogical model, based on an approach that uses neurolinguistic programming, educational data mining and haptic interaction.  ...  Relaxed Sustained attention It consists of maintaining a certain response for a long period of time.  ... 
doi:10.14569/ijacsa.2019.0101176 fatcat:5r5zfzrwsnbkffpshry24mn44i

Spinal and Supraspinal Factors in Human Muscle Fatigue

S. C. Gandevia
2001 Physiological Reviews  
FIG. 5 . 5 Examples of task failure in repeated isotonic contractions and in a sustained submaximal MVC.  ...  So, unless the net driving current increases, motoneuron firing rate must fall in a short or long sustained effort.  ... 
doi:10.1152/physrev.2001.81.4.1725 pmid:11581501 fatcat:5xlt2jlnnfdvjgnd6enwfnpor4
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