Movement Intention After Parietal Cortex Stimulation in Humans

@article{Desmurget2009MovementIA,
  title={Movement Intention After Parietal Cortex Stimulation in Humans},
  author={M. Desmurget and K. Reilly and N. Richard and A. Szathmari and C. Mottolese and A. Sirigu},
  journal={Science},
  year={2009},
  volume={324},
  pages={811 - 813}
}
Consciousness and Intention Where in the brain are our intentions formed and how do we become aware of these intentions? Desmurget et al. (p. 811; see the Perspective by Haggard) investigated the effect of direct cortical stimulation of parietal and premotor regions in patients undergoing brain surgery for tumor removal. Stimulation of the parietal lobe provoked the conscious experience of wanting to move the upper limb, lips, or tongue without any concomitant motor activity. When stimulation… Expand
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