Repetition suppression for performed hand gestures revealed by fMRI.

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The functional components of the human motor system that are used to retrieve and execute simple intransitive hand gestures were identified with a repetition suppression (RS) paradigm. Participants performed movements with the right hand to text instructions in a rapid event related design with a pseudo-random stimulus order. Brain areas associated with… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/hbm.20717

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@article{Hamilton2009RepetitionSF, title={Repetition suppression for performed hand gestures revealed by fMRI.}, author={A. F. de C. Hamilton and Scott T. Grafton}, journal={Human brain mapping}, year={2009}, volume={30 9}, pages={2898-906} }