Cortical processes associated with continuous balance control as revealed by EEG spectral power.

@article{Hlsdnker2015CorticalPA,
  title={Cortical processes associated with continuous balance control as revealed by EEG spectral power.},
  author={Thorben H{\"u}lsd{\"u}nker and Andreas Mierau and Christine C Neeb and Heinz Kleinoeder and Heiko K. Str{\"u}der},
  journal={Neuroscience letters},
  year={2015},
  volume={592},
  pages={1-5}
}
Balance is a crucial component in numerous every day activities such as locomotion. Previous research has reported distinct changes in cortical theta activity during transient balance instability. However, there remains little understanding of the neural mechanisms underlying continuous balance control. This study aimed to investigate cortical theta activity during varying difficulties of continuous balance tasks, as well as examining the relationship between theta activity and balance… CONTINUE READING
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