Movement-related potentials in Huntington's disease: movement preparation and execution

@article{Johnson2001MovementrelatedPI,
  title={Movement-related potentials in Huntington's disease: movement preparation and execution},
  author={Katherine Anne Johnson and Ross Cunnington and Robert Iansek and John L. Bradshaw and Nellie Georgiou and Edmond Chiu},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={2001},
  volume={138},
  pages={492-499}
}
Movement-related potentials (MRPs) reflect increasing cortical activity related to the preparation and execution of voluntary movement. Execution and preparatory components may be separated by comparing MRPs recorded from actual and imagined movement. Imagined movement initiates preparatory processes, but not motor execution activity. MRPs are maximal over the supplementary motor area (SMA), an area of the cortex involved in the planning and preparation of movement. The SMA receives input from… CONTINUE READING

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