Movement preparation and execution are associated with a reduction in oscillatory synchrony over 6-35 Hz (event-related desynchronization; ERD) and increases in oscillatory synchrony at higher frequencies (event-related synchronization; ERS) in the human parkinsonian subthalamic nucleus (STN). The timing of the ERD < 35 Hz in STN correlates with, but precedes, the timing of voluntary movement, in line with a role in motor processing. Here, we explore how directly the synchrony manifest in ...Expand abstract
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Premovement activities in the subthalamic area of patients with Parkinson's disease and their dependence on task.
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