Intrinsic processes entailed in the perceptual/intrinsic control of action. Topics include: sensory guidance of cells such as neurons and wound-healing cells; neural mechanisms and formulae of movement (e.g., tauG) for controlling actions; function of the cerebellum, motor cortex, parietal cortex, barrel fields and mirror neurons in the control of action.
|Paradoxical movement in Parkinson’s disease: simple reaching is difficult, but catching and throwing relatively easy.|
|Parkinson patient benefitting from about 15 min training with a “whoop” movement-guide|
|Paramecia guiding their swimming to an electric pole (cathode).|