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Assessing Performance, Role Sharing, and Control Mechanisms in Human-Human Physical Interaction for Object Manipulation


Abstract Object manipulation is a common sensorimotor task that humans perform to interact with the physical world. The first aim of this dissertation was to characterize and identify the role of feedback and feedforward mechanisms for force control in object manipulation by introducing a new feature based on force trajectories to quantify the interaction between feedback- and feedforward control. This feature was applied on two grasp contexts: grasping the object at either (1) predetermined or (2) self-selected grasp locations (“constrained” and “unconstrained”, respectively), where unconstrained grasping is thought to involve feedback-driven force corrections to a greater extent than constrained grasping. This proposition was confirmed by force fe... (more)
Created Date 2017
Contributor Mojtahedi, Keivan (Author) / Santello, Marco (Advisor) / Greger, Bradley (Committee member) / Artemiadis, Panagiotis (Committee member) / Helms Tillery, Stephen (Committee member) / Buneo, Christopher (Committee member) / Arizona State University (Publisher)
Subject Biomedical engineering / handedness / leader and follower / object manipulation / physical interaction / role emergence / social interaction
Type Doctoral Dissertation
Extent 342 pages
Language English
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Note Doctoral Dissertation Biomedical Engineering 2017
Collaborating Institutions Graduate College / ASU Library
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