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[An] electromyographic study of goal directed activity

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In an electromyographic (EMG) study of mirror tracing, Smith (27) found that muscle tension increased progressively during the task. He inferred that muscle tension is a function of the perceived distance from the goal, and that this relationship reflects a progressive increase in the organization of take directed processes in the central nervous system.

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