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Distribution of readiness potential, pre-motion positivity, and motor potential of the human cerebral cortex preceding voluntary finger movements
SummaryPotentials recorded from the scalp of human subjects preceding voluntary finger movements may be devided into 3 components:1.a slowly increasing surface negative readiness potential whichExpand
Voluntary finger movement in man: Cerebral potentials and theory
AbstractThree different brain potentials preceeding voluntary rapid finger flexion can be recorded from the skull surface by time reversed averaging. The early cortical activity preceding unilateralExpand
The Preparation and Execution of Self-Initiated and Externally-Triggered Movement: A Study of Event-Related fMRI
Studies of functional brain imaging in humans and single cell recordings in monkeys have generally shown preferential involvement of the medially located supplementary motor area (SMA) inExpand
Neuromagnetic fields accompanying unilateral and bilateral voluntary movements: topography and analysis of cortical sources.
Movement-related magnetic fields (MRMFs) accompanying left and right unilateral and bilateral finger flexions were studied in 6 right-handed subjects. Six different MRMF components occurring priorExpand
Neuroimage of Voluntary Movement: Topography of the Bereitschaftspotential, a 64-Channel DC Current Source Density Study
The Bereitschaftspotential (BP) was recorded at 56 scalp positions when 17 healthy subjects performed brisk extensions of the right index finger. Aim of the study was to contribute to ourExpand
Bereitschaftspotential as an indicator of movement preparation in supplementary motor area and motor cortex.
  • L. Deecke
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Ciba Foundation symposium
  • 1987
Topographical studies in humans of the Bereitschaftspotential (BP, or readiness potential, as averaged from the electroencephalogram) and the Bereitschaftsmagnetfeld (BM, or readiness magnetic field,Expand
Movement-related potentials accompanying unilateral and bilateral finger movements with different inertial loads.
The present study was aimed at investigating the effect of inertial loading on movement-related potentials (MRPs) recorded from the scalps of normal subjects while performing finger movements. TwoExpand
On the functionality of the visually deprived occipital cortex in early blind persons
In early blind mammals, the deprived visual cortex undergoes anatomical and functional alterations. Its functional role was investigated in the early human blind by using patterns of corticalExpand
High resolution spatiotemporal analysis of the contingent negative variation in simple or complex motor tasks and a non-motor task
OBJECTIVES Since the characteristics of the Bereitschaftspotential (BP) - voluntary movement paradigm of internally-driven movements - have been established recently by our group using highExpand
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