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Modulation of premovement H-reflex facilitation during step and ramp movements under reaction time and self-paced conditions.

運動条件の違いが主動筋H反射の促通に与える影響
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Volume: 43  Issue:Page: 352-360  Publication year: Oct. 1994
JST Material Number: Z0388B  ISSN: 0039-906X  Document type: Article
Article type: 原著論文  Country of issue: Japan (JPN)  Language: JAPANESE (JA)
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