Planning, preparation, execution, and imagery of volitional action.

  title={Planning, preparation, execution, and imagery of volitional action.},
  author={Lder Deecke},
  journal={Brain research. Cognitive brain research},
  volume={3 2},
  • Lder Deecke
  • Published 1996 in Brain research. Cognitive brain research
There are different motor sets, which a human subject can be in or act from: he or she can be in a self-initiated voluntary movement set (action) or in a response set (re-action). Also, imagery sets are available that are necessary for the acquisition and practice of skill. Most important are such imagery sets for rehearsal in theatre, dance, music, sports, combat, etc. 
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