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Representations of Digit Positions and Forces Manipulation After Object Rotation Reveals Independent Sensorimotor Memory

@inproceedings{Gordon2008RepresentationsOD,
  title={Representations of Digit Positions and Forces Manipulation After Object Rotation Reveals Independent Sensorimotor Memory},
  author={A. Gordon and M. Santello and C. Begliomini and M. Fabbri-Destro and G. Rizzolatti and G. Orban},
  year={2008}
}
[PDF] [Full Text] [Abstract] 2009; 89 (2): 453-479. Physiol Rev Riitta Hari and Miiamaaria V. Kujala Brain Basis of Human Social Interaction: From Concepts to Brain Imaging [PDF] [Full Text] [Abstract] , June , 2010; 103 (6): 2953-2964. J Neurophysiol Wei Zhang, Andrew M. Gordon, Qiushi Fu and Marco Santello Representations of Digit Positions and Forces Manipulation After Object Rotation Reveals Independent Sensorimotor Memory [PDF] [Full Text] [Abstract] , July , 2010; 104 (1): 128-140… Expand

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