Neuronal population coding of movement direction.

  title={Neuronal population coding of movement direction.},
  author={Apostolos P. Georgopoulos and Andrew B. Schwartz and Ronald E. Kettner},
  volume={233 4771},
Although individual neurons in the arm area of the primate motor cortex are only broadly tuned to a particular direction in three-dimensional space, the animal can very precisely control the movement of its arm. The direction of movement was found to be uniquely predicted by the action of a population of motor cortical neurons. When individual cells were represented as vectors that make weighted contributions along the axis of their preferred direction (according to changes in their activity… CONTINUE READING
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