The Largest Response Component in the Motor Cortex Reflects Movement Timing but Not Movement Type

@inproceedings{Kaufman2016TheLR,
  title={The Largest Response Component in the Motor Cortex Reflects Movement Timing but Not Movement Type
},
  author={Matthew T. Kaufman and Jeffrey S. Seely and David Sussillo and Stephen I. Ryu and Krishna V. Shenoy and Mark M. Churchland},
  booktitle={eNeuro},
  year={2016}
}
Neural activity in monkey motor cortex (M1) and dorsal premotor cortex (PMd) can reflect a chosen movement well before that movement begins. The pattern of neural activity then changes profoundly just before movement onset. We considered the prediction, derived from formal considerations, that the transition from preparation to movement might be accompanied by a large overall change in the neural state that reflects when movement is made rather than which movement is made. Specifically, we… CONTINUE READING
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