Frequency-Dependent Phase Transitions in the Coordination of Human Bimanual Tasks
Cohen, Michael A.
Pribe, Christopher A.
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The 2-channel Ellias-Grossberg neural pattern generator of Cohen, Grossberg, and Pribe  is shown to simulate data from human bimanual coordination tasks in which anti-phase oscillations at low frequencies spontaneously switch to in-phase oscillations at high frequencies, in-phase oscillations can be performed at both low and high frequencies, phase fluctuations occur at the anti-phase to in-phase transition, and a "seagull effect" of larger errors occurs at intermediate phases.
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