New Moves in Motor Control

  title={New Moves in Motor Control},
  author={Ansgar B{\"u}schges and Henrike Scholz and Abdeljabbar El Manira},
  journal={Current Biology},
Motor behaviour results from information processing across multiple neural networks acting at all levels from initial selection of the behaviour to its final generation. Understanding how motor behaviour is produced requires identifying the constituent neurons of these networks, their cellular properties, and their pattern of synaptic connectivity. Neural networks have been traditionally studied with neurophysiological and neuroanatomical approaches. These approaches have been highly successful… CONTINUE READING
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