Cortical potentials associated with movement: a review.

Abstract

Cortical potentials both preceding and following movement have been studied now for 20 years, since the advent of efficient averaging techniques. They have shed light on the physiology of movement initiation, have provided some insight into certain disease states, and may help our understanding of movement disorders in the future. The pertinent literature is reviewed.

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@article{Tamas1985CorticalPA, title={Cortical potentials associated with movement: a review.}, author={L B Tamas and Hiroshi Shibasaki}, journal={Journal of clinical neurophysiology : official publication of the American Electroencephalographic Society}, year={1985}, volume={2 2}, pages={157-71} }