Novel claustrum activation observed during a visuomotor adaptation task using a viewing window paradigm.

@article{Baugh2011NovelCA,
  title={Novel claustrum activation observed during a visuomotor adaptation task using a viewing window paradigm.},
  author={Lee A. Baugh and Jane M. Lawrence and Jonathan J. Marotta},
  journal={Behavioural brain research},
  year={2011},
  volume={223 2},
  pages={395-402}
}
Previous literature has reported a wide range of anatomical correlates when participants are required to perform a visuomotor adaptation task. However, traditional adaptation tasks suffer a number of inherent limitations that may, in part, give rise to this variability. For instance, the sparse visual environment does not map well onto conditions in which a visuomotor transformation would normally be required in everyday life. To further clarify these neural underpinnings, functional magnetic… CONTINUE READING
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