Different motor imagery modes following brain damage

@article{Daprati2010DifferentMI,
  title={Different motor imagery modes following brain damage},
  author={Elena Daprati and D. Nico and Sylvie Duval and Francesco Lacquaniti},
  journal={Cortex},
  year={2010},
  volume={46},
  pages={1016-1030}
}
In recent years, many researches have explored the relationship between overt and covert motor activity (i.e., mental simulation). Consistent evidence has been provided in favour of close similarities between the two functions, particularly based on behavioural and neuroimaging studies on healthy participants. Interestingly, literature on the pathological population remains largely controversial. Yet, a clear understanding of whether and how mental simulation is modified by overt motor… CONTINUE READING
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