Imaging motor imagery: methodological issues related to expertise.

@article{Milton2008ImagingMI,
  title={Imaging motor imagery: methodological issues related to expertise.},
  author={John G. Milton and Steven L. Small and Ana Solodkin},
  journal={Methods},
  year={2008},
  volume={45 4},
  pages={336-41}
}
Mental imagery (MI) is the mental rehearsal of movements without overt execution. Brain imaging techniques have made it possible to identify the brain regions that are activated during MI and, for voluntary motor tasks involving hand and finger movements, to make direct comparison with those areas activated during actual movement. However, the fact that brain activation differs for different types of imagery (visual or kinetic) and depends on the skill level of the individual (e.g., novice or… CONTINUE READING

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