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Use of Self-Selected Postures to Regulate Multi-Joint Stiffness During Unconstrained Tasks

By Randy D. Trumbower, Matthew A. Krutky, Bing-Shiang Yang and Eric J. Perreault
Topics: Research Article
Publisher: Public Library of Science
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