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Dissonance: A Nervous System Analogue to Quantum Incompatibility
International Journal of Theoretical Physics (1994)
  • Gin McCollum, Portland State University
Abstract

Motor control in animals, including development of motor control, has an important discrete aspect, even though the mechanics of body movement are well described by continuous mathematics. Physiologically, movement is controlled in large part as transitions between and efforts to remain within discrete spatial regions, such as chair seats and doorways. Based on observations in human development and rehabilitation, this study continues efforts to unify discrete with continuous aspects of motor control. The continuous aspects arise mostly from mechanics; the discrete, from physiology.

Publication Date
1994
Citation Information
Gin McCollum. "Dissonance: A Nervous System Analogue to Quantum Incompatibility" International Journal of Theoretical Physics Vol. 33 (1994)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/gin_mccollum/25/