Functional neuroanatomy associated with the expression of distinct movement kinematics in motor sequence learning.

@article{Orban2011FunctionalNA,
  title={Functional neuroanatomy associated with the expression of distinct movement kinematics in motor sequence learning.},
  author={Pierre Orban and Philippe Peigneux and Ovidiu V. Lungu and Karen Debas and Marc Barakat and Pierre Bellec and Habib Benali and Pierre Maquet and Julien Doyon},
  journal={Neuroscience},
  year={2011},
  volume={179},
  pages={94-103}
}
A broad range of motor skills, such as speech and writing, evolves with the ability to articulate elementary motor movements into novel sequences that come to be performed smoothly through practice. Neuroimaging studies in humans have demonstrated the involvement of the cerebello-cortical and striato-cortical motor loops in the course of motor sequence learning. Nonetheless, the nature of the improvement and brain mechanisms underlying different parameters of movement kinematics are not yet… CONTINUE READING

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