The Stretch Reflex Response to Movement of Human Elbow Joint
Measurements were made of the resistance of the human elbow joint to imposed movements. The forearm was driven through sinusoidally alternating flexion-extension movements of different frequencies and amplitudes while the subject maintained a steady flexing effort.
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