Non-linear EEG synchronization during observation and execution of simple and complex sequential finger movements

@article{Calmels2008NonlinearES,
  title={Non-linear EEG synchronization during observation and execution of simple and complex sequential finger movements},
  author={Claire Calmels and Magaly Hars and Paul S. Holmes and Gilbert Jarry and Cornelis J. Stam},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={2008},
  volume={190},
  pages={389-400}
}
The main aim of this study was to examine the temporal aspects of neuronal changes during the observation and execution of simple and complex tasks to gain a greater understanding of the mirror neuron system’s involvement in complex motor tasks. Eleven right-handed subjects observed simple and complex finger movement sequences. Electroencephalograms were recorded from 19 electrodes. Activity was considered in four frequency bands (8–10, 10–13, 13–20, and 20–30 Hz) using a new measure… CONTINUE READING

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