Local Morphology Predicts Functional Organization of the Dorsal Premotor Region in the Human Brain

@article{Amiez2006LocalMP,
  title={Local Morphology Predicts Functional Organization of the Dorsal Premotor Region in the Human Brain},
  author={C. Amiez and P. Kostopoulos and A. Champod and M. Petrides},
  journal={The Journal of Neuroscience},
  year={2006},
  volume={26},
  pages={2724 - 2731}
}
A confusing picture of the functional organization of the dorsal premotor region of the human brain emerged when functional neuroimaging studies that either examined visuomotor hand conditional activity or attempted to localize the human frontal eye field reported activity increases at the same general location, namely the junction of the superior precentral sulcus with the superior frontal sulcus. The present functional magnetic resonance imaging study examined visuomotor hand conditional… Expand
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