Viewing the motion of human body parts activates different regions of premotor, temporal, and parietal cortex

@article{Wheaton2004ViewingTM,
  title={Viewing the motion of human body parts activates different regions of premotor, temporal, and parietal cortex},
  author={Kylie J. Wheaton and James C. Thompson and Ari Syngeniotis and David F. Abbott and Aina Puce},
  journal={NeuroImage},
  year={2004},
  volume={22},
  pages={277-288}
}
Activation of premotor and temporoparietal cortex occurs when we observe others movements, particularly relating to objects. Viewing the motion of different body parts without the context of an object has not been systematically evaluated. During a 3T fMRI study, 12 healthy subjects viewed human face, hand, and leg motion, which was not directed at or did not involve an object. Activation was identified relative to static images of the same human face, hand, and leg in both individual subject… CONTINUE READING

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