Organizing motor imageries

@article{Hanakawa2016OrganizingMI,
  title={Organizing motor imageries},
  author={Takashi Hanakawa},
  journal={Neuroscience Research},
  year={2016},
  volume={104},
  pages={56-63}
}
Over the last few decades, motor imagery has attracted the attention of researchers as a prototypical example of 'embodied cognition' and also as a basis for neuro-rehabilitation and brain-machine interfaces. The current definition of motor imagery is widely accepted, but it is important to note that various abilities rather than a single cognitive entity are dealt with under a single term. Here, motor imagery has been characterized based on four factors: (1) motor control, (2) explicitness, (3… CONTINUE READING
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