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    1. Liepert, J; Dettmers, C; Terborg, C; Weiller, C
      Inhibition of ipsilateral motor cortex during phasic generation of low force

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    2. Nakai, T; Matsuo, K; Kato, C; Okada, T; Moriya, T; Isoda, H; Takehara, Y; Sakahara, H
      BOLD contrast on a 3 T magnet: Detectability of the motor areas

      JOURNAL OF COMPUTER ASSISTED TOMOGRAPHY
    3. Ohara, S; Mima, T; Baba, K; Ikeda, A; Kunieda, T; Matsumoto, R; Yamamoto, J; Matsuhashi, M; Nagamine, T; Hirasawa, K; Hori, T; Mihara, T; Hashimoto, N; Salenius, S; Shibasaki, H
      Increased synchronization of cortical oscillatory activities between humansupplementary motor and primary sensorimotor areas during voluntary movements

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    4. Krainik, A; Lehericy, S; Duffau, H; Vlaicu, M; Poupon, F; Capelle, L; Cornu, P; Clemenceau, S; Sahel, M; Valery, CA; Boch, AL; Mangin, JF; Le Bihan, D; Marsault, C
      Role of the supplementary motor area in motor deficit following medial frontal lobe surgery

      NEUROLOGY
    5. Tracy, JI; Faro, SS; Mohammed, FB; Pinus, AB; Madi, SM; Laskas, JW
      Cerebellar mediation of the complexity of bimanual compared to unimanual movements

      NEUROLOGY
    6. Weilke, F; Spiegel, S; Boecker, H; von Einsiedel, HG; Conrad, B; Schwaiger, M; Erhard, P
      Time-resolved fMRI of activation patterns in M1 and SMA during complex voluntary movement

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    7. Chen, YQ; Ding, MZ; Kelso, JAS
      Origins of timing errors in human sensorimotor coordination

      JOURNAL OF MOTOR BEHAVIOR
    8. Parasher, R; Roy, S; Gordon, AM
      Effector-dependent acquisition of novel typing sequences

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    9. Brooks, BR; Bushara, K; Khan, A; Hershberger, J; Wheat, JO; Belden, D; Henningsen, H
      Functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) clinical studies in ALS - paradigms, problems and promises

      AMYOTROPHIC LATERAL SCLEROSIS AND OTHER MOTOR NEURON DISORDERS
    10. Pfurtscheller, G; Neuper, C; Krausz, G
      Functional dissociation of lower and-upper frequency mu rhythms in relation to voluntary limb movement

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    11. Erdler, M; Beisteiner, R; Mayer, D; Kaindl, T; Edward, V; Windischberger, C; Lindinger, C; Deecke, L
      Supplementary motor area activation preceding voluntary movement is detectable with a whole-scalp magnetoencephalography system

      NEUROIMAGE
    12. Braus, DF; Ende, G; Hubrich-Ungureanu, P; Henn, FA
      Cortical response to motor stimulation in neuroleptic-naive first episode schizophrenics

      PSYCHIATRY RESEARCH-NEUROIMAGING
    13. Stippich, C; Kapfer, D; Hempel, E; Borgulya, G; Bongers, A; Heiland, S; Sartor, K
      Robust localization of the contralateral precentral gyrus in hemiparetic patients using the unimpaired ipsilateral hand: a clinical functional magnetic resonance imaging protocol

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    14. Stancak, A
      The electroencephalographic beta synchronization following extension and flexion finger movements in humans

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    15. Laidlaw, DH; Bilodeau, M; Enoka, RM
      Steadiness is reduced and motor unit discharge is more variable in old adults

      MUSCLE & NERVE
    16. Harrison, LM; Norton, JA; Stephens, JA
      Habituation of cutaneomuscular reflexes recorded from the first dorsal interosseous and triceps muscle in man

      JOURNAL OF THE NEUROLOGICAL SCIENCES
    17. Roux, FE; Boulanouar, K; Ibarrola, D; Tremoulet, M; Chollet, F; Berry, I
      Functional MRI and intraoperative brain mapping to evaluate brain plasticity in patients with brain tumours and hemiparesis

      JOURNAL OF NEUROLOGY NEUROSURGERY AND PSYCHIATRY
    18. Meyer, BU; Voss, M
      Delay of the execution of rapid finger movement by magnetic stimulation ofthe ipsilateral hand-associated motor cortex

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    19. Cui, RQ; Huter, D; Egkher, A; Lang, W; Lindinger, G; Deecke, L
      High resolution DC-EEG mapping of the Bereitschaftspotential preceding simple or complex bimanual sequential finger movement

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    20. Kleiser, R; Skrandies, W
      Neural correlates of reafference: evoked brain activity during motion perception and saccadic eye movements

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    21. Thickbroom, GW; Byrnes, ML; Sacco, P; Ghosh, S; Morris, IT; Mastaglia, FL
      The role of the supplementary motor area in externally timed movement: theinfluence of predictability of movement timing

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    22. Laidlaw, DH; Kornatz, KW; Keen, DA; Suzuki, S; Enoka, RM
      Strength training improves the steadiness of slow lengthening contractionsperformed by old adults

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSIOLOGY
    23. Van 't Ent, D; Apkarian, P
      Motoric response inhibition in finger movement and saccadic eye movement: a comparative study

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    24. Schroder, J; Essig, M; Baudendistel, K; Jahn, T; Gerdsen, I; Stockert, A; Schad, LR; Knopp, MV
      Motor dysfunction and sensorimotor cortex activation changes in schizophrenia: A study with functional magnetic resonance imaging

      NEUROIMAGE
    25. Cui, RQ; Huter, D; Lang, W; Deecke, L
      Neuroimage of voluntary movement: Topography of the Bereitschaftspotential, a 64-channel DC current source density study

      NEUROIMAGE
    26. Ball, T; Schreiber, A; Feige, B; Wagner, M; Lucking, CH; Kristeva-Feige, R
      The role of higher-order motor areas in voluntary movement as revealed by high-resolution EEG and fMRI

      NEUROIMAGE
    27. Endo, H; Kizuka, T; Masuda, T; Takeda, T
      Automatic activation in the human primary motor cortex synchronized with movement preparation

      COGNITIVE BRAIN RESEARCH
    28. Braus, DF; Ende, G; Weber-Fahr, W; Sartorius, A; Krier, A; Hubrich-Ungureanu, P; Ruf, M; Stuck, S; Henn, FA
      Antipsychotic drug effects on motor activation measured by functional magnetic resonance imaging in schizophrenic patients

      SCHIZOPHRENIA RESEARCH
    29. Cui, RQ; Deecke, L
      High resolution DC EEG of the bereitschaftspotential preceding anatomically congruent versus spatially congruent bimanual finger movements

      BRAIN TOPOGRAPHY
    30. Boecker, H
      Functional imaging - PET and FMRI: functional activation studies on central motor control. Part I: physiological aspects

      NERVENHEILKUNDE
    31. Di Salle, F; Formisano, E; Linden, DEJ; Goebel, R; Bonavita, S; Pepino, A; Smaltino, F; Tedeschi, G
      Exploring brain function with magnetic resonance imaging

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF RADIOLOGY
    32. Kawashima, R; Inoue, K; Sugiura, M; Okada, K; Ogawa, A; Fukuda, H
      A positron emission tomography study of self-paced finger movements at different frequencies

      NEUROSCIENCE
    33. Baraldi, P; Porro, CA; Serafini, M; Pagnoni, G; Murari, C; Corazza, R; Nichelli, P
      Bilateral representation of sequential finger movements in human cortical areas

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    34. Fuller, R; Nathaniel-James, D; Jahanshahi, M
      Movement-related potentials prior to self-initiated movements are impairedin patients with schizophrenia and negative signs

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    35. Hund-Georgiadis, M; von Cramon, DY
      Motor-learning-related changes in piano players and non-musicians revealedby functional magnetic-resonance signals

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    36. Babiloni, C; Carducci, F; Pizzella, V; Indovina, I; Romani, GL; Rossini, PM; Babiloni, F
      Bilateral neuromagnetic activation of human primary sensorimotor cortex inpreparation and execution of unilateral voluntary finger movements

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    37. Rubia, K; Overmeyer, S; Taylor, E; Brammer, M; Williams, S; Simmons, A; Andrew, C; Bullmore, E
      Prefrontal involvement in "temporal bridging" and timing movement

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    38. GORDON AM; LEE JH; FLAMENT D; UGURBIL K; EBNER TJ
      FUNCTIONAL MAGNETIC-RESONANCE-IMAGING OF MOTOR, SENSORY, AND POSTERIOR PARIETAL CORTICAL AREAS DURING PERFORMANCE OF SEQUENTIAL TYPING MOVEMENTS

      Experimental Brain Research
    39. DIRNBERGER G; FICKEL U; LINDINGER G; LANG W; JAHANSHAHI M
      THE MODE OF MOVEMENT SELECTION - MOVEMENT-RELATED CORTICAL POTENTIALSPRIOR TO FREELY SELECTED AND REPETITIVE MOVEMENTS

      Experimental Brain Research
    40. Slobounov, SM; Ray, WJ
      Movement-related potentials with reference to isometric force output in discrete and repetitive tasks

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    41. VANTENT D; APKARIAN P
      INTER-HEMISPHERIC LATERALIZATION OF EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS - MOTORIC VERSUS NON-MOTORIC CORTICAL ACTIVITY

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology
    42. HONDA M; NAGAMINE T; FUKUYAMA H; YONEKURA Y; KIMURA J; SHIBASAKI H
      MOVEMENT-RELATED CORTICAL POTENTIALS AND REGIONAL CEREBRAL BLOOD-FLOWCHANGE IN PATIENTS WITH STROKE AFTER MOTOR RECOVERY

      Journal of the neurological sciences
    43. PFURTSCHELLER G; STANCAK A; EDLINGER G
      ON THE EXISTENCE OF DIFFERENT TYPES OF CENTRAL BETA-RHYTHMS BELOW 30 HZ

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology
    44. WAUSCHKUHN B; WASCHER E; VERLEGER R
      LATERALIZED CORTICAL ACTIVITY DUE TO PREPARATION OF SACCADES AND FINGER MOVEMENTS - A COMPARATIVE-STUDY

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology
    45. CUNNINGTON R; IANSEK R; JOHNSON KA; BRADSHAW JL
      MOVEMENT-RELATED POTENTIALS IN PARKINSONS-DISEASE - MOTOR IMAGERY ANDMOVEMENT PREPARATION

      Brain
    46. ANTON JL; BENALI H; GUIGON E; DIPAOLA M; BITTOUN J; JOLIVET O; BURNOD Y
      FUNCTIONAL MR-IMAGING OF THE HUMAN SENSORIMOTOR CORTEX DURING HAPTIC DISCRIMINATION

      NeuroReport
    47. DEECKE L
      PLANNING, PREPARATION, EXECUTION, AND IMAGERY OF VOLITIONAL ACTION

      Cognitive brain research
    48. CUI PQ; HUTER D; LANG W; LINDINGER G; BEISTEINER R; DEECKE L
      MULTICHANNEL DC CURRENT SOURCE DENSITY MAPPING OF THE BEREITSCHAFTSPOTENTIAL IN THE SUPPLEMENTARY AND PRIMARY MOTOR AREA PRECEDING DIFFERENTLY LOADED MOVEMENTS

      Brain topography
    49. BLINKENBERG M; BONDE C; HOLM S; SVARER C; ANDERSEN J; PAULSON OB; LAW I
      RATE DEPENDENCE OF REGIONAL CEREBRAL ACTIVATION DURING PERFORMANCE OFA REPETITIVE MOTOR TASK - A PET STUDY

      Journal of cerebral blood flow and metabolism
    50. CUNNINGTON R; IANSEK R; BRADSHAW JL; PHILLIPS JG
      MOVEMENT-RELATED POTENTIALS ASSOCIATED WITH MOVEMENT PREPARATION AND MOTOR IMAGERY

      Experimental Brain Research
    51. KNOSCHE T; PRAAMSTRA P; STEGEMAN D; PETERS M
      LINEAR-ESTIMATION DISCRIMINATES MIDLINE SOURCES AND A MOTOR CORTEX CONTRIBUTION TO THE READINESS POTENTIAL

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology
    52. PRAAMSTRA P; STEGEMAN DF; HORSTINK MWIM; COOLS AR
      DIPOLE SOURCE ANALYSIS SUGGESTS SELECTIVE MODULATION OF THE SUPPLEMENTARY MOTOR AREA CONTRIBUTION TO THE READINESS POTENTIAL

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology
    53. PFURTSCHELLER G; STANCAK A; NEUPER C
      POST-MOVEMENT BETA-SYNCHRONIZATION - A CORRELATE OF AN IDLING MOTOR AREA

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology
    54. KRISTEVAFEIGE R; ROSSI S; PIZZELLA V; SABATO A; TECCHIO F; FEIGE B; ROMANI GL; EDRICH J; ROSSINI PM
      CHANGES IN MOVEMENT-RELATED BRAIN ACTIVITY DURING TRANSIENT DEAFFERENTATION - A NEUROMAGNETIC STUDY

      Brain research
    55. VIALLET F; VUILLONCACCIUTTOLO G; LEGALLET E; BONNEFOIKYRIACOU B; TROUCHE E
      BILATERAL AND SIDE-RELATED REACTION-TIME IMPAIRMENTS IN PATIENTS WITHUNILATERAL CEREBRAL-LESIONS OF A MEDIAL FRONTAL REGION INVOLVING THE SUPPLEMENTARY MOTOR AREA

      Neuropsychologia
    56. GORDON AM; SOECHTING JF
      USE OF TACTILE AFFERENT INFORMATION IN SEQUENTIAL FINGER MOVEMENTS

      Experimental Brain Research
    57. JAHANSHAHI M; JENKINS H; BROWN RG; MARSDEN CD; PASSINGHAM RE; BROOKS DJ
      SELF-INITIATED VERSUS EXTERNALLY TRIGGERED MOVEMENTS .1. AN INVESTIGATION USING MEASUREMENT OF REGIONAL CEREBRAL BLOOD-FLOW WITH PET AND MOVEMENT-RELATED POTENTIALS IN NORMAL AND PARKINSONS-DISEASE SUBJECTS

      Brain
    58. MULDER G; WIJERS AA; LANGE JJ; BUIJINK BM; MULDER LJM; WILLEMSEN ATM; PAANS AMJ
      THE ROLE OF NEUROIMAGING IN THE DISCOVERY OF PROCESSING STAGES - A REVIEW

      Acta psychologica
    59. PFURTSCHELLER G; PREGENZER M; NEUPER C
      VISUALIZATION OF SENSORIMOTOR AREAS INVOLVED IN PREPARATION FOR HAND MOVEMENT BASED ON CLASSIFICATION OF MU-RHYTHMS AND CENTRAL BETA-RHYTHMS IN SINGLE EEG TRIALS IN MAN

      Neuroscience letters
    60. KLOSTERMANN W; KOMPF D; HEIDE W; VERLEGER R; WAUSCHKUHN B; SEYFERT T
      THE PRESACCADIC CORTICAL NEGATIVITY PRIOR TO SELF-PACED SACCADES WITHAND WITHOUT VISUAL GUIDANCE

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology
    61. NATIV A; LAZARUS JAC; NATIV J; JOSEPH J
      POTENTIALS ASSOCIATED WITH THE GO NO-GO PARADIGM IN TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY/

      Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation
    62. KITAMURA JI; SHIBASAKI H; KONDO T
      A CORTICAL SLOW POTENTIAL IS LARGER BEFORE AN ISOLATED MOVEMENT OF A SINGLE FINGER THAN SIMULTANEOUS MOVEMENT OF 2 FINGERS

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology
    63. GEBHARDT G; GUTJAHR L; HINRICHS H
      PRAEMOTORIC POTENTIALS IN STROKE HEMIPLEGIA

      EEG-EMG


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