Circadian motor asymmetries before and after prolonged wakefulness in humans.

Abstract

It was hypothesized that the relative superiority of the non-dominant hand movements during late evening could arise from a more pronounced homeostatic deactivation of the left hemisphere. We tested such hypothesis collecting motor activity before and after prolonged wakefulness. Fifty-one right-handed subjects wore actigraphs on both left and right wrist… (More)

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@article{Natale2007CircadianMA, title={Circadian motor asymmetries before and after prolonged wakefulness in humans.}, author={Vincenzo Natale and Monica Martoni and Maria Jos{\'e} Esposito and Marco Fabbri and Lorenzo Tonetti}, journal={Neuroscience letters}, year={2007}, volume={423 3}, pages={216-8} }