A virtual reality-based system integrated with fmri to study neural mechanisms of action observation-execution: a proof of concept study.

@article{Adamovich2009AVR,
  title={A virtual reality-based system integrated with fmri to study neural mechanisms of action observation-execution: a proof of concept study.},
  author={S. V. Adamovich and Kalyanmoy Deb August and Alma Merians and Eugene Tunik},
  journal={Restorative neurology and neuroscience},
  year={2009},
  volume={27 3},
  pages={209-23}
}
PURPOSE Emerging evidence shows that interactive virtual environments (VEs) may be a promising tool for studying sensorimotor processes and for rehabilitation. However, the potential of VEs to recruit action observation-execution neural networks is largely unknown. For the first time, a functional MRI-compatible virtual reality system (VR) has been developed to provide a window into studying brain-behavior interactions. This system is capable of measuring the complex span of hand-finger… CONTINUE READING
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