CEREBRAL ORGANIZATION OF MOTOR IMAGERY : Contralateral Control of Grip Selection in Mentally Represented Prehension

@inproceedings{Johnson1998CEREBRALOO,
  title={CEREBRAL ORGANIZATION OF MOTOR IMAGERY : Contralateral Control of Grip Selection in Mentally Represented Prehension},
  author={Scott H. Johnson},
  year={1998}
}
219 Abstract— The principle of contralateral organization of the visual and motor systems was exploited to investigate contributions of the cerebral hemispheres to the mental representation of prehension in healthy, right-handed human subjects. Graphically rendered dowels were presented to either the left or right visual field in a variety of different orientations, and times to determine whether an underhand or overhand grip would be preferred for engaging these stimuli were measured. Although… CONTINUE READING

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