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Parietal rTMS disrupts the initiation but not the execution of on-line adjustments to a perturbation of object size.

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Previous studies have implicated the human parietal lobes in the on-line guidance of action. However, no study to date has examined at what stage in the on-line adjustment process do the parietal lobes play their most critical role. Repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) was applied over the left intraparietal sulcus as participants reached to grasp a small or large illuminated cylinder. On some trials, the illumination could suddenly switch from the small to large cylinder, or v...

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10.1162/0898929052880066

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Rushworth, MF More by this author
Journal:
Journal of cognitive neuroscience
Volume:
17
Issue:
1
Pages:
124-136
Publication date:
2005-01-05
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EISSN:
1530-8898
ISSN:
0898-929X
URN:
uuid:a1020b17-7fbd-4729-8ac7-365d9fd8dac8
Source identifiers:
240817
Local pid:
pubs:240817

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