Danilo Y. Esparza

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During pointing movements involving trunk displacement, healthy subjects perform stereotypically, selecting a strategy in which the movement is initiated with either the hand or trunk, and where the trunk continues after the end of the hand movement. In a previous study, such temporal co-ordination was not found in patients with left-hemispheric brain(More)
INTRODUCTION In the last decade, studies in cognitive neuroscience have considerably furthered our knowledge about the interactions between cognition and action. In particular, motor representation is seen to be one of the cognitive processes involved in the production of movement. This motor representation was deduced from comparisons between cognitive(More)
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