Primary motor area activation during precision-demanding versus simple finger movement.

@article{Carey2006PrimaryMA,
  title={Primary motor area activation during precision-demanding versus simple finger movement.},
  author={James R Carey and Kristine R Greer and Tiffany K. Grunewald and Jennifer L. Steele and Jeff W. Wiemiller and Ela Bhatt and Ashima Nagpal and Ovidiu V. Lungu and Edward J. Auerbach},
  journal={Neurorehabilitation and neural repair},
  year={2006},
  volume={20 3},
  pages={
          361-70
        }
}
The authors used functional magnetic resonance imaging to explore whether the primary motor area (M1) serves a processing role in a finger-movement tracking task, emphasizing attention to accuracy, beyond its execution role of simple movements, with no attention to accuracy. Twenty healthy subjects performed alternating conditions: Rest, involving no finger movement; Track, involving careful control of a cursor along a target pathway with finger extension/flexion movements; and Move, involving… CONTINUE READING
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