Self-paced frequency of a simple motor task and brain activation: An fMRI study in healthy subjects using an on-line monitor device

Application of fMRI to clinical neurology implies the selection of a simple task and control of the task performance. The capability to objectively monitor variables related to task execution is, therefore, important and could improve accuracy of clinical fMRI studies. We assessed the influence of different self-paced frequencies of a simple motor task on… CONTINUE READING