Primary motor cortex underlies multi-joint integration for fast feedback control

Abstract

A basic difficulty for the nervous system is integrating locally ambiguous sensory information to form accurate perceptions about the outside world. This local-to-global problem is also fundamental to motor control of the arm, because complex mechanical interactions between shoulder and elbow allow a particular amount of motion at one joint to arise from an… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/nature10436

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