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Default IGS2001.pdf (49 MB) 10th IGS conference: 6-8 Aug 2001 Nijmegen, The Netherlands

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Table of Contents
Cortical representation of drawing .................................................. ..... 9
Andrew Schwartz

Cerebellar ataxia: Quantitative assessment and cybernetic interpretations .12
Vittorio Sanguineti, Pietro Morasso, Luigi Baratto, Giovanni Brichetto, Gianluigi Mancardi, Claudio Solaro

Visuomotor adaptation is impaired in Parkinson's disease ......................... 18
Ethan Buch, Jose Contreras-Vidal

The effects of visual cues on micrographic
handwriting in Parkinson's disease .................................................. .... 24
Doug Rogers, Megan Eddy, Meg Morris, Bryan Found

The influence of biomechanical properties in
the control of multijoint drawing movements ........................................ 29
George Stelmach, Caroline Ketcham, Natalia Dounskaia

The isochronic size range is reduced in handwriting
of Parkinsonian patients .................................................. ................. 36
Arend van Gemmert, Charles Adler, George Stelmach

Optimization of movement duration in accurate handwriting strokes in different directions in young, elderly,
and Parkinsonian subjects .................................................. .............. 40
Hans-Leo Teulings

An evaluation of the use of figure-copying tasks
in studies of planning deficits in schizophrenia ...................................... 46
Wouter Hulstijn, Bea Jogems-Kosterman, Elke Wezenberg, Bernard Sabbe

The effect of antidepressant medication
on handwriting of patients with depression ....................................... 52
Klaus Lange, Oliver Tucha, Steffen Aschenbrenner, Doris Gottwald, Peter Eichhammer,
Albert Putzhammer, Heino Sartor, Helmfried Klein

Handwriting of adult patients with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder . 58
Oliver Tucha, Rainer Laufkotter, Lara Mecklinger, Helmfried Klein, Klaus Lange

The coordinated action of fingers: New
theoretical and experimental approaches ............................................. 63
Mark Latash

Neuromotor noise as a window upon cognitive effects in motor control ..... 68
Gerard van Galen, Ruud Meulenbroek, Chris Bouwhuisen

The advantage of cyclic over discrete aiming movements
and its implications for a motor control superiority of cursive script .......... 74
Bouwien Smits-Engelsman, Jaak Duysens, Gerard van Galen

Analysis of motion planning and learning in monkey scribbling movements .. 78
Felix Polyakov, Tamar Flash, Moshe Abeles, Yoram Ben Shaul, Rotem Drori, Zoltan Nadasdy

Continuously scaling a continuous movement:Parkinsonian patients choose a smaller scaling ratio and produce more variable movements
compared to elderly controls .................................................. ........... 84
Mitchell Longstaff, Padma Mahant, Mark Stacy, Arend van Gemmert, Berta Leis, George Stelmach

Non-linear aspects of joint coordination in blackboard writing .................. 90
Jurjen Bosga, Ruud Meulenbroek, Chris Bouwhuisen

A new approach to the study of human movements:
The three-dimensional delta-lognormal model ....................................... 98
Nicolas Leduc, Rejean Plamondon

Cognitive style in drawing Rey complex figure
in children with pervasive developmental disorder ................................ 103
Wim Schlooz, Pieter van den Broek, Wouter Hulstijn, Van der Pijll

Drawing behavior can be modified incidentally as
a function of experience .................................................. ............... 109
Annie Vinter

Time delays prior to movement alter the drawing
kinematics of elderly adults .................................................. ........... 114
Diana Romero, Arend van Gemmert, Charles Adler, Harold Bekkering, George Stelmach

Temporal measures of poor and proficient handwriters .......................... 119
Sara Rosenblum, Shula Parush, Patrice Weiss

Why do children draw horizontal arms on
circular bodies in conventional human figures? .................................... 126
Marvin Simner

Visuo-manual coordination in childhood .............................................. 130
Carole Ferrel, Chantal Bard, Laurette Hay, Isabelle Olivier, Michelle Fleury

Muscle force generation and force variability
in children with spastic hemiplegia .................................................. .. 136
Bouwien Smits-Engelsman, Eugene Rameckers, Wim de Jong, Jaak Duysens

Multijoint point-to-point arm movements of
humans in 3D-space: Minimum kinetic energy paths ............................. 142
Armin Biess, Tamar Flash, Dario Liebermann

Measuring the fluency of handwriting movements:
The role of data-acquisition and preprocessing conditions ..................... 148
Chris Bouwhuisen, Ruud Meulenbroek

Detecting ascenders and descenders in cursive handwriting .................. 154
Claudio De Stefano, Luca Di Lieto, Angelo Marcelli

Variations in average character width word segmenter for cursive script .. 160
Alan Harvey, C. Weliwitage, A. Jennings

Rapid movement analysis with the AA model: Towards
a better understanding of movement generation ................................. 165
Anna Woch, Rejean Plamondon

Children's handwriting during therapy ................................................ 170
Elspeth Fronde, Douglas Rogers

The GAIKEI method: A possible technique for measuring
handwriting ability .................................................. ....................... 174
Hideki Oshiki, Miho Ogawa

Off-line verification of Japanese signatures using a
pattern matching method .................................................. ............. 179
Katsuhiko Veda, Keisuke Kikumoto, Ken 'ichi Matsuo, Yoshikazu Nakamura

Kinematic analysis of handwriting movements in
patients with untreated schizophrenia ............................................... 183
Klaus Lange, Oliver Tucha, Steffen Aschenbrenner, Lara Mecklinger, Peter Eichhammer, Helmfried Klein

Are ipsilateral and contralateral patterns of eye-hand preference of significance to graphomotor performance? Experimental evidence on 7 -year-old children .................................................. ....................... 188
Klio Semoglou, Argyro Zikouli, Konstantinos Hatzinikolaou, George Grouios

Allograph extraction of isolated handwritten characters ........................ 191
Miguel Bote-Lorenzo, Yannis Dimitriadis, Eduardo Gomez-Sanchez

Motor slowing in major depression, Parkinson's disease and normal aging .. 197
Marielle Pier, Wouter Hulstijn, Bernard Sabbe, Martin Horstink

Use of the arc pattern method for legacy document examination ............ 203
Mitsu Yoshimura, Takeshi Kano, Yasunori Sato, Isao Yoshimura

Limitations of the dual-process theory regarding
the writing of words and non-words to dictation ................................. 207
Oliver Tucha, Steffen Aschenbrenner, Katherine Held, Klaus Lange

The effect of conscious control on handwriting
fluency of healthy adults and children ............................................... 213
Oliver Tucha, Geraldine Paul, Klaus Lange

A simple procedure for the training of automated
handwriting movements in children with attention
deficit hyperactivity disorder .................................................. ......... 217
Oliver Tucha, Geraldine Paul, Klaus Lange

Spatial and muscular facilitation in a between
hand transfer test involving curved trajectory formation ....................... 222
Ruud Meulenbroek, RalfCox, Arnold Thomassen
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