Neural mechanisms underlying reaching for remembered targets cued kinesthetically or visually in left or right hemispace.

@article{Butler2004NeuralMU,
  title={Neural mechanisms underlying reaching for remembered targets cued kinesthetically or visually in left or right hemispace.},
  author={Andrew J. Butler and Gereon R. Fink and Christian Dohle and Gilbert Wunderlich and Lutz Tellmann and Rudiger J Seitz and Karl Zilles and Hans-Joachim Freund},
  journal={Human brain mapping},
  year={2004},
  volume={21 3},
  pages={165-77}
}
Reaching for a target involves integrative coordinate transformation processes between the representation of the target location, the sensorimotor information of limb of reach, and body space. Although right hemisphere dominance for visuospatial information processing is well established, corresponding right hemisphere dominance for kinesthetic spatial information processing remains to be demonstrated. We explored neural mechanisms of encoding target locations using 15O-butanol positron… CONTINUE READING