Neural substrates for motor imagery in severe hemiparesis.

@article{Kimberley2006NeuralSF,
  title={Neural substrates for motor imagery in severe hemiparesis.},
  author={Teresa Jacobson Kimberley and Gauri Khandekar and Laura L Skraba and Jessica A Spencer and Emily A Van Gorp and Sarah R. Walker},
  journal={Neurorehabilitation and neural repair},
  year={2006},
  volume={20 2},
  pages={268-77}
}
BACKGROUND The beneficial effects of imagined movements on motor learning and performance suggest that motor imagery is functionally close to preparatory and executive motor processes. OBJECTIVE The purpose of this study was to examine the cortical processes associated with imagery of movement of the wrist in subjects with severe hemiparesis. METHODS During fMRI, subjects with stroke performed alternating blocks of imagining wrist-tracking movements with the hemiparetic hand, active wrist… CONTINUE READING

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