The connection between rhythmicity and brain function

@article{Thaut1999TheCB,
  title={The connection between rhythmicity and brain function},
  author={M H Thaut and G L Kenyon and M. Schauer and G. C. McIntosh},
  journal={IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Magazine},
  year={1999},
  volume={18},
  pages={101-108}
}
We first present some clinical research results involving rhythmic facilitation and motor control. We then discuss synchronization strategies for sensorimotor coupling pertaining to rhythmic entrainment mechanisms; followed by trajectory cuing and optimization models as they relate to rhythmic entrainment and movement control; and, finally, the outlook for applications that may help rehabilitate motor function. Our interest in the study of the connections between rhythm, time, and the control… CONTINUE READING

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