Motor Planning in Chronic Upper-Limb Hemiparesis: Evidence from Movement-Related Potentials

@inproceedings{Dean2012MotorPI,
  title={Motor Planning in Chronic Upper-Limb Hemiparesis: Evidence from Movement-Related Potentials},
  author={Philip John Ainsley Dean and Ellen Seiss and Annette Sterr},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2012}
}
BACKGROUND Chronic hemiplegia is a common long-term consequence of stroke, and subsequent motor recovery is often incomplete. Neurophysiological studies have focused on motor execution deficits in relatively high functioning patients. Much less is known about the influence exerted by processes related to motor preparation, particularly in patients with poor motor recovery. METHODOLOGY/PRINCIPAL FINDINGS The current study investigates motor preparation using a modified response-priming… CONTINUE READING
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