Effects of Gait Variations on Grip Force Coordination During Object Transport

Priska Gysin, Terry R. Kaminski, Chris J. Hass, Cécile E. Grobet, Andrew M. Gordon
2008 Journal of Neurophysiology  
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doi:10.1152/jn.90561.2008 pmid:18753327 fatcat:evjxxp77zvajbh753juxcg6rcy