Interhemispheric Cortical Inhibition Is Reduced in Young Adults With Developmental Coordination Disorder

@inproceedings{He2018InterhemisphericCI,
  title={Interhemispheric Cortical Inhibition Is Reduced in Young Adults With Developmental Coordination Disorder},
  author={Jason L. He and Ian Tobias Fuelscher and Peter Gregory Enticott and Wei-peng Teo and Pamela Barhoun and Christian R Hyde},
  booktitle={Front. Neurol.},
  year={2018}
}
Introduction While the etiology of developmental coordination disorder (DCD) is yet to be established, brain-behavior modeling provides a cogent argument that neuropathology may subserve the motor difficulties typical of DCD. We argue that a number of the core behavioral features of the DCD profile (such as poor surround inhibition, compromised motor inhibition, and the presence of mirror movements) are consistent with difficulties regulating inhibition within the primary motor cortex (M1… CONTINUE READING
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