State-dependent and timing-dependent bidirectional associative plasticity in the human SMA-M1 network.


The supplementary motor area (SMA-proper) plays a key role in the preparation and execution of voluntary movements. Anatomically, SMA-proper is densely reciprocally connected to primary motor cortex (M1), but neuronal coordination within the SMA-M1 network and its modification by external perturbation are not well understood. Here we modulated the SMA-M1… (More)
DOI: 10.1523/JNEUROSCI.2271-11.2011


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