Noisy environments in which involuntary muscle
activations occur might lead to undesired selections when employing an EMG system to perform clicks.
Someone struck by a Taser experiences stimulation of his or her sensory nerves and motor nerves, resulting in strong involuntary muscle
Sisters Sue Waugh and Sandra Goodenough both have dystonia, a neurological disorder that causes involuntary muscle
licensing rights to Xenazine, a drug that treats chorea, a disorder associated with Huntington's disease that causes involuntary muscle
"Dystonia is a neurological condition characterised by involuntary muscle
Spitz is a seminal and scholarly work organized into several major chapters: "Facilitated Communications"; "Involuntary Muscle
Movements, Clever Hans, and Lady"; "Clever Hans and Facilitated Communication"; "Involuntary Muscle
Movements in Other Phenomena"; "Scientific Studies of Involuntary Muscle
Movements"; "Additional Psychological Mechanisms Relevant for Understanding Facilitator Behavior"; and "Confirming False Beliefs".
The first time I saw one of these attacks, I thought he was dying: his heart rate quicly rising, the oxygen in his blood decreasing, involuntary muscle
Dystonia is a neurological disorder characterized by sustained involuntary muscle
With his wild eyes and involuntary muscle
spasms, Frechette looks every inch the haunted murderer, something right out of Dostoevsky.
The heart is an involuntary muscle
. This means that it will beat without your having to think about it.
Neighbors said he suffers from mild Tourette's syndrome, a neurological problem characterized by involuntary muscle
movements and often obscene verbal tics.
She needed extensive two-person assistance because of tremors with involuntary muscle
movements and general motor weakness." Beginning her journey to mobility on parallel bars, Evans gradually transitioned to a walker.