Cognition in action: imaging brain/body dynamics in mobile humans.

@article{Gramann2011CognitionIA,
  title={Cognition in action: imaging brain/body dynamics in mobile humans.},
  author={Klaus Gramann and Joseph T. Gwin and Daniel P. Ferris and Kelvin S. Oie and T. Jung and Chin-Teng Lin and Lun-De Liao and Scott Makeig},
  journal={Reviews in the neurosciences},
  year={2011},
  volume={22 6},
  pages={
          593-608
        }
}
We have recently developed a mobile brain imaging method (MoBI), that allows for simultaneous recording of brain and body dynamics of humans actively behaving in and interacting with their environment. A mobile imaging approach was needed to study cognitive processes that are inherently based on the use of human physical structure to obtain behavioral goals. This review gives examples of the tight coupling between human physical structure with cognitive processing and the role of supraspinal… CONTINUE READING

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