Coordination Dynamics of Large-scale Neural Circuitry Underlying Rhythmic Sensorimotor Behavior

@article{Jantzen2009CoordinationDO,
  title={Coordination Dynamics of Large-scale Neural Circuitry Underlying Rhythmic Sensorimotor Behavior},
  author={Kelly J. Jantzen and Fred L. Steinberg and J. A. Scott Kelso},
  journal={Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience},
  year={2009},
  volume={21},
  pages={2420-2433}
}
In coordination dynamics, rate is a nonspecific control parameter that alters the stability of behavioral patterns and leads to spontaneous pattern switching. We used fMRI in conjunction with measures of effective connectivity to investigate the neural basis of behavioral dynamics by examining two coordination patterns known to be differentially stable (synchronization and syncopation) across a range of rates (0.75 to 1.75 Hz). Activity in primary auditory and motor cortices increased linearly… CONTINUE READING

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