A topographical organization for action representation in the human brain.

  title={A topographical organization for action representation in the human brain.},
  author={Giacomo Handjaras and Giulio Bernardi and Francesca Benuzzi and Paolo Frigio Nichelli and Pietro Pietrini and Emiliano Ricciardi},
  journal={Human brain mapping},
  volume={36 10},
How the human brain represents distinct motor features into a unique finalized action still remains undefined. Previous models proposed the distinct features of a motor act to be hierarchically organized in separated, but functionally interconnected, cortical areas. Here, we hypothesized that distinct patterns across a wide expanse of cortex may actually subserve a topographically organized coding of different categories of actions that represents, at a higher cognitive level and independently… CONTINUE READING
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