Task-dependent oscillations during unimanual and bimanual movements in the human primary motor cortex and SMA studied with magnetoencephalography

@article{Gross2005TaskdependentOD,
  title={Task-dependent oscillations during unimanual and bimanual movements in the human primary motor cortex and SMA studied with magnetoencephalography},
  author={Joachim Gross and Bettina Pollok and Martin Dirks and Lars Timmermann and Alfons Schnitzler},
  journal={NeuroImage},
  year={2005},
  volume={26},
  pages={91-98}
}
The neural mechanisms subserving uni- and bimanual control of movements are not well understood. Nevertheless, recent studies indicate a functional role of oscillatory activity in movement control and point towards a hemispheric asymmetry in motor control. This study specifically addresses the issues of (i) task-relatedness, (ii) hemispheric symmetry, and (iii) frequency specificity of the measures power, cerebro-muscular coherence, and cerebro-cerebral coherence in bilateral primary motor… CONTINUE READING
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