Does order and timing in performance of imagined and actual movements affect the motor imagery process? The duration of walking and writing task.

@article{Papaxanthis2002DoesOA,
  title={Does order and timing in performance of imagined and actual movements affect the motor imagery process? The duration of walking and writing task.},
  author={Charalambos Papaxanthis and Thierry Pozzo and Xanthi Skoura and Marco Schieppati},
  journal={Behavioural brain research},
  year={2002},
  volume={134 1-2},
  pages={209-15}
}
The purpose of the present study was to investigate the effects on the duration of imagined movements of changes in timing and order of performance of actual and imagined movement. Two groups of subjects had to actually execute and imagine a walking and a writing task. The first group first executed 10 trials of the actual movements (block A) and then imagined the same movements at different intervals: immediately after actual movements (block I-1) and after 25 min (I-2), 50 min (I-3) and 75… CONTINUE READING
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