Didgeridoo, Beanbags…The Primitive and Postural Reflexes Spotlight of Asymmetrical Tonic Neck Reflex

BRENDAN O’HARA


2004 CONFERENCE PAPER


Summary:

As you tilt your head forward to look at the control pedals, your foot involuntarily kicks out and depresses the clutch pedal. This was not a conscious or a willed movement. In fact, every time you tilt your head forward this happens; it repeats many times.

A few minutes later another involuntary action commences. Each time you sit back and your shoulder blade touches the seat, your opposite hand reaches out, takes a hold of the keys and turns them, thereby starting the engine. For a while these actions occur concurrently.


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