Chapter 1. Membranes, Particles, and Potentials; Chapter 2. Action Potential; Chapter 3. Information Conduction and Transmission; Chapter 6. Motor Units and Electromyography; Chapter 14. Cerebral Cortex; Chapter 15. The Cerebellum; Chapter 17. Ascending and Descending Pathways; Chapter 19. General Issues of Motor Control; Chapter 20. Motor Synergies; Chapter 21. Postural Control; Chapter 23. Multijoint Movement; Chapter 24. Prehension; Chapter 28. Effects of Aging; Chapter 29. Typical and Atypical Development; Chapter 35. Implications for Motor Rehabilitation.
Mark L. Latash, PhD, is a professor in the department of kinesiology at Penn State University in University Park, Pennsylvania. Dr. Latash has authored two books, edited or co-edited six other books and published more than 200 peer reviewed articles Dr. Latash was appointed a distinguished professor of kinesiology in 2005 and has received numerous awards, including an award from Penn State, the University of Otago in New Zealand,