Controlled movement processing: Evidence for a common inhibitory control of finger, wrist, and arm movements

@article{Brunamonti2012ControlledMP,
  title={Controlled movement processing: Evidence for a common inhibitory control of finger, wrist, and arm movements},
  author={Emiliano Brunamonti and Stefano Ferraina and Martin Par{\'e}},
  journal={Neuroscience},
  year={2012},
  volume={215},
  pages={69-78}
}
We used the behavioral task and theoretical construct of the countermanding paradigm to test whether there is any difference between the inhibitory control of the finger, wrist, and arm. Participants were instructed (primary task) to respond to a directional go signal presented at the fovea by pressing a button with either their index or middle fingers, moving a joystick with their wrists, or reaching to a stimulus on a touch screen with their arms. They were also instructed (secondary task) to… CONTINUE READING

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