Human fMRI Reveals That Delayed Action Re-Recruits Visual Perception

  title={Human fMRI Reveals That Delayed Action Re-Recruits Visual Perception},
  author={Anthony Singhal and Simona Monaco and Liam D. Kaufman and Jody C. Culham},
  booktitle={PloS one},
Behavioral and neuropsychological research suggests that delayed actions rely on different neural substrates than immediate actions; however, the specific brain areas implicated in the two types of actions remain unknown. We used functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) to measure human brain activation during delayed grasping and reaching. Specifically, we examined activation during visual stimulation and action execution separated by a 18-s delay interval in which subjects had to remember… CONTINUE READING
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