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This paper deals with the relations among neurology and biorobotic research. The result here presented is a new equipment which can measure the status of neuromotor control. In particular, the finger motion may be observed as the result, of the activity of sensors, of actuators and of the control system. The methodology of research has applied the results of robotics and of bioengineering to the human touch. The touch expresses the action of the brain, of the neural activity and also thedoi:10.1037/e705482011-013 fatcat:5sx7nsnit5alhaff5lq4ow3fhe