Dissociating motor cortex from the motor.

  title={Dissociating motor cortex from the motor.},
  author={Marc H. Schieber},
  journal={The Journal of physiology},
  volume={589 Pt 23},
During closed-loop control of a brain-computer interface, neurons in the primary motor cortex can be intensely active even though the subject may be making no detectable movement or muscle contraction. How can neural activity in the primary motor cortex become dissociated from the movements and muscles of the native limb that it normally controls? Here we examine circumstances in which motor cortex activity is known to dissociate from movement--including mental imagery, visuo-motor dissociation… CONTINUE READING
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