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    1. Salisbury, DF; Rutherford, B; Shenton, ME; McCarley, RW
      Button-pressing affects P300 amplitude and scalp topography

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    2. Filipovic, SR; Jahanshahi, M; Rothwell, JC
      Uncoupling of contingent negative variation and alpha band event-related desynchronization in a go/no-go task

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    3. Leocani, L; Toro, C; Zhuang, P; Gerloff, C; Hallett, M
      Event-related desynchronization in reaction time paradigms: a comparison with event-related potentials and corticospinal excitability

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    4. Chen, R; Kumar, S; Garg, RR; Lang, AE
      Impairment of motor cortex activation and deactivation in Parkinson's disease

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    5. Neuper, C; Pfurtscheller, G
      Evidence for distinct beta resonance frequencies in human EEG related to specific sensorimotor cortical areas

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    6. Johnston, J; Rearick, M; Slobounov, S
      Movement-related cortical potentials associated with progressive muscle fatigue in a grasping task

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    7. Kiran, S; Larson, CR
      Effect of duration of pitch-shifted feedback on vocal responses in patients with Parkinson's disease

      JOURNAL OF SPEECH LANGUAGE AND HEARING RESEARCH
    8. Babiloni, F; Carducci, F; Cincotti, F; Del Gratta, C; Pizzella, V; Romani, GL; Rossini, PM; Tecchio, F; Babiloni, C
      Linear inverse source estimate of combined EEG and MEG data related to voluntary movements

      HUMAN BRAIN MAPPING
    9. Kita, Y; Mori, A; Nara, M
      Two types of movement-related cortical potentials preceding wrist extension in humans

      NEUROREPORT
    10. Rearick, MP; Johnston, JA; Slobounov, SM
      Feedback-dependent modulation of isometric force control: an EEG study in visuomotor integration

      COGNITIVE BRAIN RESEARCH
    11. Praamstra, P; Plat, FM
      Failed suppression of direct visuomotor activation in Parkinson's disease

      JOURNAL OF COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE
    12. Cunnington, R; Egan, GF; O'Sullivan, JD; Hughes, AJ; Bradshaw, JL; Colebatch, JG
      Motor imagery in Parkinson's disease: A PET study

      MOVEMENT DISORDERS
    13. Filipovic, SR; Sternic, N; Svetel, M; Dragasevic, N; Lecic, D; Kostic, VS
      Bereitschaftspotential in depressed and non-depressed patients with Parkinson's disease

      MOVEMENT DISORDERS
    14. Cincotti, F; Babiloni, C; Carducci, F; Rossini, PM; Del Gratta, C; Romani, GL; Angelone, L; Babiloni, F
      fMRI priors for the linear inverse estimation of EEG cortical sources

      ELECTROMAGNETICS
    15. Jentzsch, I; Sommer, W
      Sequence-sensitive subcomponents of P300: Topographical analyses and dipole source localization

      PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY
    16. Haslinger, B; Erhard, P; Kampfe, N; Boecker, H; Rummeny, E; Schwaiger, M; Conrad, B; Ceballos-Baumann, AO
      Event-related functional magnetic resonance imaging in Parkinson's diseasebefore and after levodopa

      BRAIN
    17. Berardelli, A; Rothwell, JC; Thompson, PD; Hallet, M
      Pathophysiology of bradykinesia in Parkinson's disease

      BRAIN
    18. Fattapposta, F; Pierelli, F; Traversa, G; My, F; Mostarda, M; D'Alessio, C; Soldati, G; Osborn, J; Amabile, G
      Preprogramming and control activity of bimanual self-paced motor task in Parkinson's disease

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    19. Stancak, A; Feige, B; Lucking, CH; Kristeva-Feige, R
      Oscillatory cortical activity and movement-related potentials in proximal and distal movements

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    20. Gunji, A; Hoshiyama, M; Kakigi, R
      Identification of auditory evoked potentials of one's own voice

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    21. Yom-Tov, E; Inbar, GF
      Movement-related potentials in the human spinal cord preceding toe movement

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    22. Slobounov, S; Rearick, M; Chiang, H
      EEG correlates of finger movements as a function of range of motion and pre-loading conditions

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    23. Kopp, B; Kunkel, A; Muller, G; Muhlnickel, W; Flor, H
      Steady-state movement-related potentials evoked by fast repetitive movements

      BRAIN TOPOGRAPHY
    24. Ray, WJ; Slobounov, S; Mordkoff, JT; Johnston, J; Simon, RF
      Rate of force development and the lateralized readiness potential

      PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY
    25. Kunieda, T; Ikeda, A; Ohara, S; Yazawa, S; Nagamine, T; Taki, W; Hashimoto, N; Shibasaki, H
      Different activation of presupplementary motor area, supplementary motor area proper, and primary sensorimotor area, depending on the movement repetition rate in humans

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    26. Slobounov, SM; Rearick, MP; Simon, RF; Johnston, JA
      Movement-related potentials are task or end-effector dependent: evidence from a multifinger experiment

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    27. Siemionow, V; Yue, GH; Ranganathan, VK; Liu, JZ; Sahgal, V
      Relationship between motor activity-related cortical potential and voluntary muscle activation

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    28. Rearick, MP; Slobounov, SM
      Negative cortical d.c. shifts associated with coordination and control in a prehensile force task

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    29. Plat, FM; Praamstra, P; Horstink, MWIM
      Redundant-signals effects on reaction time, response force, and movement-related potentials in Parkinson's disease

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    30. Babiloni, F; Carducci, F; Cerutti, S; Liberati, D; Rossini, PM; Urbano, A; Babiloni, C
      Comparison between human and artificial neural network detection of Laplacian-derived electroencephalographic activity related to unilateral voluntary movements

      COMPUTERS AND BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH
    31. Ohara, S; Ikeda, A; Kunieda, T; Yazawa, S; Baba, K; Nagamine, T; Taki, W; Hashimoto, N; Mihara, T; Shibasaki, H
      Movement-related change of electrocorticographic activity in human supplementary motor area proper

      BRAIN
    32. Klein, C; Heinks, T; Andresen, B; Berg, P; Moritz, S
      Impaired modulation of the saccadic contingent negative variation preceding antisaccades in schizophrenia

      BIOLOGICAL PSYCHIATRY
    33. Chiarenza, GA; Stagi, P
      Neurophysiological correlates of perceptual-motor behavior in Down syndrome

      PERCEPTUAL-MOTOR BEHAVIOR IN DOWN SYNDROME
    34. Terada, K; Ikeda, A; Yazawa, S; Nagamine, T; Shibasaki, H
      Movement-related cortical potentials associated with voluntary relaxation of foot muscles

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    35. Dowman, R; Schell, S
      Innocuous-related sural nerve-evoked and finger-evoked potentials generated in the primary somatosensory and supplementary motor cortices

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    36. Slobounov, S; Tutwiler, R; Rearick, M; Challis, JH
      EEG correlates of finger movements with different inertial load conditionsas revealed by averaging techniques

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    37. Babiloni, C; Carducci, F; Cincotti, F; Rossini, PM; Neuper, C; Pfurtscheller, G; Babiloni, F
      Human movement-related potentials vs desynchronization of EEG alpha rhythm: A high-resolution EEG study

      NEUROIMAGE
    38. Kopp, B; Kunkel, A; Muhlnickel, W; Villringer, K; Taub, E; Flor, H
      Plasticity in the motor system related to therapy-induced improvement of movement after stroke

      NEUROREPORT
    39. Praamstra, P; Schmitz, F; Freund, HJ; Schnitzler, A
      Magneto-encephalographic correlates of the lateralized readiness potential

      COGNITIVE BRAIN RESEARCH
    40. Mayer, M; Schulze, S; Danek, A; Botzel, K
      Dipole source analysis in persistent mirror movements

      BRAIN TOPOGRAPHY
    41. Praamstra, P; Plat, EM; Meyer, AS; Horstink, MWIM
      Motor cortex activation in Parkinson's disease: Dissociation of electrocortical and peripheral measures of response generation

      MOVEMENT DISORDERS
    42. Evidente, VGH; Caviness, JN; Jamieson, B; Weaver, A; Joshi, N
      Intersubject variability and intrasubject reproducibility of the bereitschaftspotential

      MOVEMENT DISORDERS
    43. Towle, VL; Carder, RK; Khorasani, L; Lindberg, D
      Electrocorticographic coherence patterns

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    44. Kanamaru, A; Homma, I; Hara, T
      Movement related cortical source for elbow flexion in patients with brachial plexus injury after intercostal-musculocutaneous nerve crossing

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    45. Northoff, G
      Psychomotor phenomena as paradigmatic examples of functional brain organization and the mind-brain relationship: A systemic neuropsychiatric account of a neurophilosophical problem

      PSIKHOLOGICHESKII ZHURNAL
    46. Cunnington, R; Iansek, R; Bradshaw, JL
      Relationships between movement initiation times and movement-related cortical potentials in Parkinson's disease

      HUMAN MOVEMENT SCIENCE
    47. Darmon, A; Azulay, JP; Pouget, J; Blin, O
      Posture and gait modulation using sensory or attentional factors in Parkinson's disease: a possible approach of the freezing mechanism.

      REVUE NEUROLOGIQUE
    48. 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
    49. Gerschlager, W; Alesch, F; Cunnington, R; Deecke, L; Dirnberger, G; Endl, W; Lindinger, G; Lang, W
      Bilateral subthalamic nucleus stimulation improves frontal cortex functionin Parkinson's disease - An electrophysiological study of the contingent negative variation

      BRAIN
    50. Kubota, F; Miyata, H; Shibata, N; Yarita, H
      A study of motor dysfunction associated with schizophrenia based on analyses of movement-related cerebral potentials and motor conduction time

      BIOLOGICAL PSYCHIATRY
    51. Brunia, CHM
      Neural aspects of anticipatory behavior

      ACTA PSYCHOLOGICA
    52. JOLIOT M; CRIVELLO F; BADIER JM; DIALLO B; TZOURIO N; MAZOYER B
      ANATOMICAL CONGRUENCE OF METABOLIC AND ELECTROMAGNETIC ACTIVATION SIGNALS DURING A SELF-PACED MOTOR TASK - A COMBINED PET-MEG STUDY

      NeuroImage
    53. MORITANI T; YOSHITAKE Y
      1998 ISEK CONGRESS KEYNOTE LECTURE - THE USE OF ELECTROMYOGRAPHY IN APPLIED PHYSIOLOGY

      Journal of electromyography and kinesiology
    54. GERLOFF C; UENISHI N; NAGAMINE T; KUNIEDA T; HALLETT M; SHIBASAKI H
      CORTICAL ACTIVATION DURING FAST REPETITIVE FINGER MOVEMENTS IN HUMANS- STEADY-STATE MOVEMENT-RELATED MAGNETIC-FIELDS AND THEIR CORTICAL GENERATORS

      ELECTROMYOGRAPHY AND MOTOR CONTROL-ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY AND CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    55. SWAAB TY
      EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS IN COGNITIVE NEUROPSYCHOLOGY - METHODOLOGICAL CONSIDERATIONS AND AN EXAMPLE FROM STUDIES OF APHASIA

      Behavior research methods, instruments, & computers
    56. Leocani, L; Magnani, G; Locatelli, T; Martinelli, V; Rovaris, M; Filippi, M; Falautano, M; Santuccio, G; Possa, F; Comi, G
      EEG correlates of cognitive impairment in MS

      ITALIAN JOURNAL OF NEUROLOGICAL SCIENCES
    57. Rogers, MA; Bradshaw, JL; Pantelis, C; Phillips, JG
      Frontostriatal deficits in unipolar major depression

      BRAIN RESEARCH BULLETIN
    58. LEHTOKOSKI A; KUJALA T; NAATANEN R; ALHO K
      ENHANCED BRAIN ACTIVITY PRECEDING VOLUNTARY MOVEMENT IN EARLY BLIND HUMANS

      Neuroscience letters
    59. YAZAWA S; IKEDA A; KUNIEDA T; MIMA T; NAGAMINE T; OHARA S; TERADA K; TAKI W; KIMURA J; SHIBASAKI H
      HUMAN SUPPLEMENTARY MOTOR AREA IS ACTIVE IN PREPARATION FOR BOTH VOLUNTARY MUSCLE-RELAXATION AND CONTRACTION - SUBDURAL RECORDING OF BEREITSCHAFTSPOTENTIAL

      Neuroscience letters
    60. GURD JM; BESSELL N; WATSON I; COLEMAN J
      MOTOR SPEECH VERSUS DIGIT CONTROL IN PARKINSONS-DISEASE - A COGNITIVENEUROPSYCHOLOGY INVESTIGATION

      Clinical linguistics & phonetics
    61. Jahanshahi, M; Frith, CD
      Willed action and its impairments

      COGNITIVE NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    62. MASAKI H; TAKASAWA N; YAMAZAKI K
      ENHANCED NEGATIVE SLOPE OF THE READINESS POTENTIAL PRECEDING A TARGETFORCE PRODUCTION TASK

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology. Evoked potentials
    63. SLOBOUNOV SM; RAY WJ; SIMON RF
      MOVEMENT-RELATED POTENTIALS ACCOMPANYING UNILATERAL FINGER MOVEMENTS WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO RATE OF FORCE DEVELOPMENT

      Psychophysiology
    64. GREEN JB; SORA E; BIALY Y; RICAMATO A; THATCHER RW
      CORTICAL SENSORIMOTOR REORGANIZATION AFTER SPINAL-CORD INJURY - AN ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHIC STUDY

      Neurology
    65. BOECKER H; DAGHER A; CEBALLOSBAUMANN AO; PASSINGHAM RE; SAMUEL M; FRISTON KJ; POLINE JB; DETTMERS C; CONRAD B; BROOKS DJ
      ROLE OF THE HUMAN ROSTRAL SUPPLEMENTARY MOTOR AREA AND THE BASAL GANGLIA IN MOTOR SEQUENCE CONTROL - INVESTIGATIONS WITH H-2 O-15 PET

      Journal of neurophysiology
    66. Slobounov, SM; Ray, WJ
      Movement-related potentials with reference to isometric force output in discrete and repetitive tasks

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    67. IKEDA A; NAGAMINE T; YARITA M; TERADA K; KIMURA J; SHIBASAKI H
      REAPPRAISAL OF THE EFFECT OF ELECTRODE PROPERTY ON RECORDING SLOW POTENTIALS

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology
    68. BABILONI F; CARDUCCI F; BABILONI C; URBANO A
      IMPROVED REALISTIC LAPLACIAN ESTIMATE OF HIGHLY-SAMPLED EEG POTENTIALS BY REGULARIZATION TECHNIQUES

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology
    69. HALGREN E; MARINKOVIC K; CHAUVEL P
      GENERATORS OF THE LATE COGNITIVE POTENTIALS IN AUDITORY AND VISUAL ODDBALL TASKS

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology
    70. BERARDELLI A; ROTHWELL JC; HALLETT M; THOMPSON PD; MANFREDI M; MARSDEN CD
      THE PATHOPHYSIOLOGY OF PRIMARY DYSTONIA

      Brain (Print)
    71. PRAAMSTRA P; STEGEMAN DF; COOLS AR; HORSTINK MWIM
      RELIANCE ON EXTERNAL CUES FOR MOVEMENT INITIATION IN PARKINSONS-DISEASE - EVIDENCE FROM MOVEMENT-RELATED POTENTIALS

      Brain
    72. SHIBATA M; ODA S; MORITANI T
      THE RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN MOVEMENT-RELATED CORTICAL POTENTIALS AND MOTOR UNIT-ACTIVITY DURING MUSCLE-CONTRACTION

      Journal of electromyography and kinesiology
    73. YAZAWA S; SHIBASAKI H; IKEDA A; TERADA K; NAGAMINE T; HONDA M
      CORTICAL MECHANISM UNDERLYING EXTERNALLY CUED GAIT INITIATION STUDIEDBY CONTINGENT NEGATIVE-VARIATION

      ELECTROMYOGRAPHY AND MOTOR CONTROL-ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY AND CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    74. TERADA K; IKEDA A; MIMA T; KIMURA K; NAGAHAMA Y; KAMIOKA Y; MURONE I; KIMURA J; SHIBASAKI H
      FAMILIAL CORTICAL MYOCLONIC TREMOR AS A UNIQUE FORM OF CORTICAL REFLEX MYOCLONUS

      Movement disorders
    75. HAMANO T; LUDERS HO; IKEDA A; COLLURA TF; COMAIR YG; SHIBASAKI H
      THE CORTICAL GENERATORS OF THE CONTINGENT NEGATIVE-VARIATION IN HUMANS - A STUDY WITH SUBDURAL ELECTRODES

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology. Evoked potentials
    76. FAGLIONI P; BOTTI C; SCARPA M; FERRARI V; SAETTI MC
      LEARNING AND FORGETTING PROCESSES IN PARKINSONS-DISEASE - A MODEL-BASED APPROACH TO DISENTANGLING STORAGE, RETENTION AND RETRIEVAL CONTRIBUTIONS

      Neuropsychologia
    77. ODA S
      MOTOR CONTROL FOR BILATERAL MUSCULAR CONTRACTIONS IN HUMANS

      Japanese Journal of Physiology
    78. BOTZEL K; ECKER C; SCHULZE S
      TOPOGRAPHY AND DIPOLE ANALYSIS OF REAFFERENT ELECTRICAL BRAIN ACTIVITY FOLLOWING THE BEREITSCHAFTSPOTENTIAL

      Experimental Brain Research
    79. YAZAWA S; IKEDA A; TERADA K; MIMA T; MIKUNI N; KUNIEDA T; TAKI W; KIMURA J; SHIBASAKI H
      SUBDURAL RECORDING OF BEREITSCHAFTSPOTENTIAL IS USEFUL FOR FUNCTIONALMAPPING OF THE EPILEPTOGENIC MOTOR AREA - A CASE-REPORT

      Epilepsia
    80. BABILONI F; BABILONI C; CARDUCCI F; DELGAUDIO M; ONORATI P; URBANO A
      A HIGH-RESOLUTION EEG METHOD BASED ON THE CORRECTION OF THE SURFACE LAPLACIAN ESTIMATE FOR THE SUBJECTS VARIABLE SCALP THICKNESS

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology
    81. GERLOFF C; TORO C; UENISHI N; COHEN LG; LEOCANI L; HALLETT M
      STEADY-STATE MOVEMENT-RELATED CORTICAL POTENTIALS - A NEW APPROACH TOASSESSING CORTICAL ACTIVITY ASSOCIATED WITH FAST REPETITIVE FINGER MOVEMENTS

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology
    82. IKEDA A; SHIBASAKI H; KAJI R; TERADA K; NAGAMINE T; HONDA M; KIMURA J
      DISSOCIATION BETWEEN CONTINGENT NEGATIVE-VARIATION (CNV) AND BEREITSCHAFTSPOTENTIAL (BP) IN PATIENTS WITH PARKINSONISM

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology
    83. OISHI M; MOCHIZUKI Y; TAKASU T
      MOVEMENT-RELATED CORTICAL POTENTIALS AND CONTINGENT NEGATIVE-VARIATION IN IN OLIVOPONTOCEREBELLAR ATROPHY

      Clinical EEG electroencephalography
    84. GERLOFF C; CORWELL B; CHEN R; HALLETT M; COHEN LG
      STIMULATION OVER THE HUMAN SUPPLEMENTARY MOTOR AREA INTERFERES WITH THE ORGANIZATION OF FUTURE ELEMENTS IN COMPLEX MOTOR SEQUENCES

      Brain
    85. WASCHER E; VERLEGER R; VIEREGGE P; JASKOWSKI P; KOCH S; KOMPF D
      RESPONSES TO CUED SIGNALS IN PARKINSONS-DISEASE - DISTINGUISHING BETWEEN DISORDERS OF COGNITION AND OF ACTIVATION

      Brain
    86. GERLOFF C; GRODD W; ALTENMULLER E; KOLB R; NAEGELE T; KLOSE U; VOIGT K; DICHGANS J
      COREGISTRATION OF EEG AND FMRI IN A SIMPLE MOTOR TASK

      Human brain mapping
    87. MACKINNON CD; KAPUR S; HUSSEY D; VERRIER MC; HOULE S; TATTON WG
      CONTRIBUTIONS OF THE MESIAL FRONTAL-CORTEX TO THE PREMOVEMENT POTENTIALS ASSOCIATED WITH INTERMITTENT HAND MOVEMENTS IN HUMANS

      Human brain mapping
    88. ODA S; SHIBATA M; MORITANI T
      FORCE-DEPENDENT CHANGES IN MOVEMENT-RELATED CORTICAL POTENTIALS

      Journal of electromyography and kinesiology
    89. URBANO A; BABILONI C; ONORATI P; BABILONI F
      HUMAN CORTICAL ACTIVITY RELATED TO UNILATERAL MOVEMENTS - A HIGH-RESOLUTION EEG STUDY

      NeuroReport
    90. TANJI J
      NEW CONCEPTS OF THE SUPPLEMENTARY MOTOR AREA

      Current opinion in neurobiology
    91. KUKLETA M; LAMARCHE M
      THE IMPACT OF A DECISION-PROCESS UPON SCALP RECORDED PREMOVEMENT POTENTIAL

      Cognitive brain research
    92. DEECKE L
      PLANNING, PREPARATION, EXECUTION, AND IMAGERY OF VOLITIONAL ACTION

      Cognitive brain research
    93. TANJI J; MUSHIAKE H
      COMPARISON OF NEURONAL-ACTIVITY IN THE SUPPLEMENTARY MOTOR AREA AND PRIMARY MOTOR CORTEX

      Cognitive brain research
    94. UHL F; KORNHUBER AW; WARTBERGER P; LINDINGER G; LANG W; DEECKE L
      SUPPLEMENTARY MOTOR AREA IN SPATIAL COORDINATION OF BILATERAL MOVEMENTS - A NEW ASPECT TO THE SMA DEBATE

      ELECTROMYOGRAPHY AND MOTOR CONTROL-ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY AND CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    95. 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
    96. ALLISON T; MCCARTHY G; LUBY M; PUCE A; SPENCER DD
      LOCALIZATION OF FUNCTIONAL REGIONS OF HUMAN MESIAL CORTEX BY SOMATOSENSORY-EVOKED POTENTIAL RECORDING AND BY CORTICAL STIMULATION

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology. Evoked potentials
    97. DIMITROV B; GANTCHEV GN; POPIVANOV D
      BRAIN MACROPOTENTIALS ASSOCIATED WITH DISTINCT PHASES OF VOLUNTARY SUSTAINED ISOMETRIC CONTRACTION IN MAN

      International journal of psychophysiology
    98. NAITO E; MATSUMURA M
      MOVEMENT-RELATED POTENTIALS ASSOCIATED WITH MOTOR INHIBITION UNDER DIFFERENT PREPARATORY STATES DURING PERFORMANCE OF 2 VISUAL STOP SIGNAL PARADIGMS IN HUMANS

      Neuropsychologia
    99. PRAAMSTRA P; COOLS AR; STEGEMAN DF; HORSTINK MWIM
      MOVEMENT-RELATED POTENTIAL MEASURES OF DIFFERENT MODES OF MOVEMENT SELECTION IN PARKINSONS-DISEASE

      Journal of the neurological sciences
    100. CUNNINGTON R; IANSEK R; BRADSHAW JL; PHILLIPS JG
      MOVEMENT-RELATED POTENTIALS ASSOCIATED WITH MOVEMENT PREPARATION AND MOTOR IMAGERY

      Experimental Brain Research


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