Changes in functional coupling patterns during bimanual task performance.
Functional interaction between cortical areas may involve synchronization of activities, manifest as coherence between EEG signals. However, although EEG-EEG coherence changes when motor tasks are compared to each other or rest, there is little evidence that coherence is modulated within an action. To address this issue we used a bimanual drawer-opening task necessitating asymmetrical hand actions and comprising distinct movement phases. Pronounced modulations in EEG-EEG coherence in the beta...Expand abstract
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