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How do visual instructions influence the motor system?

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The paper distinguishes the use of visual cues to guide reaching and grasping, and the ability to learn to associate arbitrary sensory cues with movements. Using positron emission tomography (PET), we have shown that the arbitrary association of visual cues and movements involves the ventral visual system (prestriate, inferotemporal and ventral prefrontal cortex), the basal ganglia and the dorsal premotor cortex. Using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), we have shown that the evoke...

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Department:
Oxford, MSD, Experimental Psychology
Schluter, N More by this author
Rushworth, MFS More by this author
Volume:
218
Pages:
129-146
Publication date:
1998
URN:
uuid:3fc3b4aa-ab4a-45a6-bd03-ab6c45505bc6
Source identifiers:
12602
Local pid:
pubs:12602
ISBN:
0-471-98262-8

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