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    1. 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
    2. Indovina, I; Sanes, JN
      On somatotopic representation centers for finger movements in human primary motor cortex and supplementary motor area

      NEUROIMAGE
    3. Nirkko, AC; Ozdoba, C; Redmond, SM; Burki, M; Schroth, G; Hess, CW; Wiesendanger, M
      Different ipsilateral representations for distal and proximal movements inthe sensorimotor cortex: Activation and deactivation patterns

      NEUROIMAGE
    4. van Boxtel, GJM; van der Molen, MW; Jennings, JR; Brunia, CHM
      A psychophysiological analysis of inhibitory motor control in the stop-signal paradigm

      BIOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY
    5. Johansson, RS; Westling, GR; Backstrom, A; Flanagan, JR
      Eye-hand coordination in object manipulation

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    6. Haggard, P
      The psychology of action

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY
    7. Jancke, L; Himmelbach, M; Shah, NJ; Zilles, K
      The effect of switching between sequential and repetitive movements on cortical activation

      NEUROIMAGE
    8. Dammers, J; Ioannides, AA
      Neuromagnetic localization of CMV generators using incomplete and full-head biomagnetometer

      NEUROIMAGE
    9. Tigges, P; Mergl, P; Frodl, T; Meisenzahl, EN; Gallinat, J; Schroter, A; Riedel, M; Muller, N; Moller, HJ; Hegerl, U
      Digitized analysis of abnormal hand-motor performance in schizophrenic patients

      SCHIZOPHRENIA RESEARCH
    10. Smid, HGOM; Fiedler, R; Heinze, HJ
      An electrophysiological study of the insertion of overt response choice

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-HUMAN PERCEPTION AND PERFORMANCE
    11. Kiehl, KA; Liddle, PF; Hopfinger, JB
      Error processing and the rostral anterior cingulate: An event-related fMRIstudy

      PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY
    12. Filipovic, SR; Jahanshahi, M; Rothwell, JC
      Cortical potentials related to the nogo decision

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    13. Jancke, L; Specht, K; Mirzazade, S; Peters, M
      The effect of finger-movement speed of the dominant and the subdominant hand on cerebellar activation: A functional magnetic resonance imaging study

      NEUROIMAGE
    14. Jackson, SR; Jackson, GM; Roberts, M
      The selection and suppression of action: ERP correlates of executive control in humans

      NEUROREPORT
    15. Filipovic, SR; Jahanshahi, M; Rothwell, JC
      Cortical potentials related to decision-making: Comparison of two types ofgo/no-go decision

      NEUROREPORT
    16. Toyokura, M; Muro, I; Komiya, T; Obara, M
      Relation of bimanual coordination to activation in the sensorimotor cortexand supplementary motor area: Analysis using functional magnetic resonanceimaging

      BRAIN RESEARCH BULLETIN
    17. Gemba, H; Kyuhou, S; Matsuzaki, R; Amino, Y
      Cortical field potentials associated with audio-initiated vocalization in monkeys

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    18. Baker, JT; Donoghue, JP; Sanes, JN
      Gaze direction modulates finger movement activation patterns in human cerebral cortex

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    19. Shibata, T; Shimoyama, I; Ito, T; Abla, D; Iwasa, H; Koseki, K; Yamanouchi, N; Sato, T; Nakajima, Y
      Event-related dynamics of the gamma-band oscillation in the human brain: information processing during a GO/NOGO hand movement task

      NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH
    20. Saels, P; Thonnard, JL; Detrembleur, C; Smith, AM
      Impact of the surface slipperiness of grasped objects on their subsequent acceleration

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    21. Fadiga, L; Buccino, G; Craighero, L; Fogassi, L; Gallese, V; Pavesi, G
      Corticospinal excitability is specifically modulated by motor imagery: a magnetic stimulation study

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    22. Marchand-Pauvert, V; Mazevet, D; Pierrot-Deseilligny, E; Pol, S; Pradat-Diehl, P
      Handedness-related asymmetry in transmission in a system of human cervicalpremotoneurones

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    23. Pellizzer, G; Richter, H; Georgopoulos, AP
      Drawing under visuomotor incongruence

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    24. Neggers, SFW; Bekkering, H
      Integration of visual and somatosensory target information in goal-directed eye and arm movements

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    25. Gerard, MJ; Martin, BJ
      Post-effects of long-term hand vibration on visuo-manual performance in a tracking task

      ERGONOMICS
    26. Konishi, S; Nakajima, K; Uchida, I; Kikyo, H; Kameyama, M; Miyashita, Y
      Common inhibitory mechanism in human inferior prefrontal cortex revealed by event-related functional MRI

      BRAIN
    27. Kok, A
      Varieties of inhibition: manifestations in cognition, event-related potentials and aging

      ACTA PSYCHOLOGICA
    28. Falkenstein, M; Hoormann, J; Hohnsbein, J
      ERP components in Go Nogo tasks and their relation to inhibition

      ACTA PSYCHOLOGICA
    29. TANIGUCHI M; YOSHIMINE T; CHEYNE D; KATO A; KIHARA T; NINOMIYA H; HIRATA M; HIRABUKI N; NAKAMURA H; HAYAKAWA T
      NEUROMAGNETIC FIELDS PRECEDING UNILATERAL MOVEMENTS IN DEXTRALS AND SINISTRALS

      NeuroReport
    30. TAIRA M; KAWASHIMA R; INOUE K; FUKUDA H
      A PET STUDY OF AXIS ORIENTATION DISCRIMINATION

      NeuroReport
    31. KONISHI S; NAKAJIMA K; UCHIDA I; SEKIHARA K; MIYASHITA Y
      NO-GO DOMINANT BRAIN ACTIVITY IN HUMAN INFERIOR PREFRONTAL CORTEX REVEALED BY FUNCTIONAL MAGNETIC-RESONANCE-IMAGING

      European journal of neuroscience
    32. Bruehlmeier, M; Dietz, V; Leenders, KL; Roelcke, U; Missimer, J; Curt, A
      How does the human brain deal with a spinal cord injury?

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    33. JANCKE J; PETERS M; SCHLAUG G; POSSE S; STEINMETZ H; MULLERGARTNER HW
      DIFFERENTIAL MAGNETIC-RESONANCE SIGNAL CHANGE IN HUMAN SENSORIMOTOR CORTEX TO FINGER MOVEMENTS OF DIFFERENT RATE OF THE DOMINANT AND SUBDOMINANT HAND

      Cognitive brain research
    34. MATTAY VS; CALLICOTT JH; BERTOLINO A; SANTHA AKS; VANHORN JD; TALLENT KA; FRANK JA; WEINBERGER DR
      HEMISPHERIC CONTROL OF MOTOR FUNCTION - A WHOLE-BRAIN ECHO-PLANAR FMRI STUDY

      PSYCHIATRY RESEARCH-NEUROIMAGING
    35. MANGANOTTI P; GERLOFF C; TORO C; KATSUTA H; SADATO N; ZHUANG P; LEOCANI L; HALLETT M
      TASK-RELATED COHERENCE AND TASK-RELATED SPECTRAL POWER CHANGES DURINGSEQUENTIAL FINGER MOVEMENTS

      ELECTROMYOGRAPHY AND MOTOR CONTROL-ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY AND CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    36. Kermadi, I; Liu, Y; Tempini, A; Calciati, E; Rouiller, EM
      Neuronal activity in the primate supplementary motor area and the primary motor cortex in relation to spatio-temporal bimanual coordination

      SOMATOSENSORY AND MOTOR RESEARCH
    37. JANCKE L; SPECHT K; MIRZAZADE S; LOOSE R; HIMMELBACH M; LUTZ K; SHAH NJ
      A PARAMETRIC ANALYSIS OF THE RATE EFFECT IN THE SENSORIMOTOR CORTEX -A FUNCTIONAL MAGNETIC-RESONANCE-IMAGING ANALYSIS IN HUMAN-SUBJECTS

      Neuroscience letters
    38. SINGH LN; HIGANO S; TAKAHASHI S; ABE Y; SAKAMOTO M; KURIHARA N; FURUTA S; TAMURA H; YANAGAWA I; FUJII T; ISHIBASHI T; MARUOKA S; YAMADA S
      FUNCTIONAL MR-IMAGING OF CORTICAL ACTIVATION OF THE CEREBRAL HEMISPHERES DURING MOTOR-TASKS

      American journal of neuroradiology
    39. SHIBATA T; SHIMOYAMA I; ITO T; ABLA D; IWASA H; KOSEKI K; YAMANOUCHI N; SATO T; NAKAJIMA Y
      THE SYNCHRONIZATION BETWEEN BRAIN-AREAS UNDER MOTOR INHIBITION PROCESS IN HUMANS ESTIMATED BY EVENT-RELATED EEG COHERENCE

      Neuroscience research
    40. RO JY; DEBOWY D; LU S; GHOSH S; GARDNER EP
      DIGITAL VIDEO - A TOOL FOR CORRELATING NEURONAL FIRING PATTERNS WITH HAND MOTOR BEHAVIOR

      Journal of neuroscience methods
    41. IWAKI N
      A STUDY ON THE RESPONSE SELECTION AND INHIBITION IN A COGNITIVE CONFLICT TASK USING EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS

      Shinrigaku Kenkyu
    42. TAKADA M; TOKUNO H; NAMBU A; INASE M
      CORTICOSTRIATAL INPUT ZONES FROM THE SUPPLEMENTARY MOTOR AREA OVERLAPTHOSE FROM THE CONTRALATERAL RATHER THAN IPSILATERAL PRIMARY MOTOR CORTEX

      Brain research
    43. HOSHIYAMA M; KAKIGI R; KOYAMA S; TAKESHIMA Y; WATANABE S; SHIMOJO M
      TEMPORAL CHANGES OF PYRAMIDAL TRACT ACTIVITIES AFTER DECISION OF MOVEMENT - A STUDY USING TRANSCRANIAL MAGNETIC STIMULATION OF THE MOTOR CORTEX IN HUMANS

      ELECTROMYOGRAPHY AND MOTOR CONTROL-ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY AND CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    44. LAI CL; IKEDA A; TERADA K; NAGAMINE T; HONDA M; XU XP; YOSHIMURA N; HOWNG T; BARRETT G; SHIBASAKI H
      EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS ASSOCIATED WITH JUDGMENT - COMPARISON OF S1-CHOICE AND S2-CHOICE CONDITIONS IN A CONTINGENT NEGATIVE-VARIATION (CNV) PARADIGM

      Journal of clinical neurophysiology
    45. SHIBATA T; SHIMOYAMA I; ITO T; ABLA D; IWASA H; KOSEKI K; YAMANOUCHI N; SATO T; NAKAJIMA Y
      THE TIME-COURSE OF INTERHEMISPHERIC EEG COHERENCE DURING A GO NO-GO TASK IN HUMANS/

      Neuroscience letters
    46. GEMBA H; MIKI N; SASAKI K; KYUHOU S; MATSUZAKI R; YOSHIMURA H
      MOTIVATION-DEPENDENT ACTIVITY IN THE DORSOLATERAL PART OF THE PREFRONTAL CORTEX IN THE MONKEY

      Neuroscience letters
    47. TSUJIMOTO T; OGAWA M; NISHIKAWA S; TSUKADA H; KAKIUCHI T; SASAKI K
      ACTIVATION OF THE PREFRONTAL, OCCIPITAL AND PARIETAL CORTICES DURING GO NO-GO DISCRIMINATION TASKS IN THE MONKEY AS REVEALED BY POSITRON EMISSION TOMOGRAPHY/

      Neuroscience letters
    48. 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
    49. SASAKI K; NAMBU A; TSUJIMOTO T; MATSUZAKI R; KYUHOU S; GEMBA H
      STUDIES ON INTEGRATIVE FUNCTIONS OF THE HUMAN FRONTAL ASSOCIATION CORTEX WITH MEG

      Cognitive brain research
    50. 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
    51. 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
    52. DUFFAU H; TZOURIO N; CAPARROSLEFEBVRE D; PARKER F; MAZOYER B
      TREMOR AND VOLUNTARY REPETITIVE MOVEMENT IN PARKINSONS-DISEASE - COMPARISON BEFORE AND AFTER L-DOPA WITH POSITRON EMISSION TOMOGRAPHY

      Experimental Brain Research
    53. LEBEDEV MA; NELSON RJ
      RHYTHMICALLY FIRING (20-50 HZ) NEURONS IN MONKEY PRIMARY SOMATOSENSORY CORTEX - ACTIVITY PATTERNS DURING INITIATION OF VIBRATORY-CUED HAND MOVEMENTS

      Journal of computational neuroscience
    54. TAYLOR JL; WAGENER DS; COLEBATCH JG
      MAPPING OF CORTICAL SITES WHERE TRANSCRANIAL MAGNETIC STIMULATION RESULTS IN DELAY OF VOLUNTARY MOVEMENT

      ELECTROMYOGRAPHY AND MOTOR CONTROL-ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY AND CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    55. GEMBA H; MIKI N; SASAKI K
      FIELD POTENTIAL CHANGE IN THE PREFRONTAL CORTEX OF THE LEFT-HEMISPHERE DURING LEARNING-PROCESSES OF REACTION-TIME HAND MOVEMENT WITH COMPLEX TONE IN THE MONKEY

      Neuroscience letters
    56. EIMER M
      STIMULUS-RESPONSE COMPATIBILITY AND AUTOMATIC RESPONSE ACTIVATION - EVIDENCE FROM PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGICAL STUDIES

      Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance
    57. ROSENBAUM DA; LOUKOPOULOS LD; MEULENBROEK RGJ; VAUGHAN J; ENGELBRECHT SE
      PLANNING REACHES BY EVALUATING STORED POSTURES

      Psychological review
    58. OKUDA B; TANAKA H; TOMINO Y; KAWABATA K; TACHIBANA H; SUGITA M
      THE ROLE OF THE LEFT SOMATOSENSORY CORTEX IN HUMAN HAND MOVEMENT

      Experimental Brain Research
    59. NAITO E; MATSUMURA M
      MOVEMENT-RELATED SLOW POTENTIALS DURING MOTOR IMAGERY AND MOTOR SUPPRESSION IN HUMANS

      Cognitive brain research
    60. NAITO E; MATSUMURA M
      MOVEMENT-RELATED POTENTIALS ASSOCIATED WITH MOTOR INHIBITION AS DETERMINED BY USE OF A STOP SIGNAL PARADIGM IN HUMANS

      Cognitive brain research
    61. NASHMI R; MENDONCA AJ; MACKAY WA
      EEG RHYTHMS OF THE SENSORIMOTOR REGION DURING HAND MOVEMENTS

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology
    62. 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
    63. GEHRING WJ; GOSS B; COLES MGH; MEYER DE; DONCHIN E
      A NEURAL SYSTEM FOR ERROR-DETECTION AND COMPENSATION

      Psychological science
    64. GEMBA H
      CHANGES IN CORTICAL FIELD POTENTIALS DURING LEARNING-PROCESSES OF GO NO-GO REACTION-TIME HAND MOVEMENT WITH TONE DISCRIMINATION IN THE MONKEY

      Neuroscience letters
    65. BORTOFF GA; STRICK PL
      CORTICOSPINAL TERMINATIONS IN 2 NEW-WORLD PRIMATES - FURTHER EVIDENCETHAT CORTICOMOTONEURONAL CONNECTIONS PROVIDE PART OF THE NEURAL SUBSTRATE FOR MANUAL DEXTERITY

      The Journal of neuroscience
    66. SASAKI K; GEMBA H; NAMBU A; MATSUZAKI R
      NO-GO ACTIVITY IN THE FRONTAL ASSOCIATION CORTEX OF HUMAN-SUBJECTS

      Neuroscience research
    67. STUCCHI N; VIVIANI P
      CEREBRAL-DOMINANCE AND ASYNCHRONY BETWEEN BIMANUAL 2-DIMENSIONAL MOVEMENTS

      Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance
    68. ANGELAKI DE; SOECHTING JF
      NONUNIFORM TEMPORAL SCALING OF HAND AND FINGER KINEMATICS DURING TYPING

      Experimental Brain Research
    69. KAWASHIMA R; YAMADA K; KINOMURA S; YAMAGUCHI T; MATSUI H; YOSHIOKA S; FUKUDA H
      REGIONAL CEREBRAL BLOOD-FLOW CHANGES OF CORTICAL MOTOR AREAS AND PREFRONTAL AREAS IN HUMANS RELATED TO IPSILATERAL AND CONTRALATERAL HAND MOVEMENT

      Brain research


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