Changing Artificial Playback Speed and Real Movement Velocity Do Not Differentially Influence the Excitability of Primary Motor Cortex during Observation of a Repetitive Finger Movement

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Citation: Moriuchi T, Matsuda D, Nakamura J, Matsuo T, Nakashima A, Mitsunaga W, Hasegawa T, Ikio Y, Koyanagi M and Higashi T (2017) Changing Artificial Playback Speed and Real Movement Velocity Do Not Differentially Influence the Excitability of Primary Motor Cortex during Observation of a Repetitive Finger Movement. Front. Hum. Neurosci. 11:546. doi: 10.3389/fnhum.2017.00546 Changing Artificial Playback Speed and Real Movement Velocity Do Not Differentially Influence the Excitability of Primary Motor Cortex during Observation of a Repetitive Finger Movement

DOI: 10.3389/fnhum.2017.00546

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@inproceedings{Moriuchi2017ChangingAP, title={Changing Artificial Playback Speed and Real Movement Velocity Do Not Differentially Influence the Excitability of Primary Motor Cortex during Observation of a Repetitive Finger Movement}, author={Takefumi Moriuchi and Daiki Matsuda and Jirou Nakamura and Takashi Matsuo and Akira Nakashima and Wataru Mitsunaga and Takashi Hasegawa and Yuta Ikio and Masahiko Koyanagi and Toshio Higashi}, booktitle={Front. Hum. Neurosci.}, year={2017} }