Premotor cortex

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  • Tham khảo sách 'keep your brain alive: 83 neurobic exercises to help prevent memory loss and increase mental fitness', y tế - sức khoẻ, y học thường thức phục vụ nhu cầu học tập, nghiên cứu và làm việc hiệu quả

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  • Lateral (top) and medial (bottom) views of the cerebral hemispheres. The numbers refer to the Brodmann cytoarchitectonic designations. Area 17 .corresponds to the primary visual cortex, 41–42 to the primary auditory cortex, 1– 3 to the primary somatosensory cortex, and 4 to the primary motor cortex. The rest of the cerebral cortex contains association areas.

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  • The function of the Basal Ganglia is a subject of increasing prominence, not only among neuroanatomists, neurobiologists, cognitive-scientists and psychiatrists, but also among clinical ergonomists, rehabilitation, internal medicine and public health medics. This volume is the first of its kind. Scientists of diverse backgrounds join to explore issues about the Basal Ganglia from multiple angles. Basal Ganglia - An Integrative View explores the Basal Ganglia from diverse perspectives, sometimes as starting point others as end of diverse pathologies....

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  • Although research in neuroaesthetics has tended to focus on vi- sual art, independent research on music and dance is now begin- ning to make significant contributions to the field. In fact, several presentations at the conference focused on perception of visual motion in dance. This research is based on the neuroscience of body posture and movement perception, which has uncovered two specialized routes for processing human bodies.

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  • One topic of special interest is the influence of motor expertise on action observation. Greater activation in premotor cortex, pari- etal areas, which have a somatotopical organization, and superior temporal sulcus, involved in biological motion perception, has been observed when expert dancers view movements correspond- ing to their own style compared to the other style (Calvo-Merino, Glaser, Grèzes, Passingham, & Haggard, 2005; Cross, Hamilton, & Grafton, 2006; Orgs, Dombrowski, Heil, & Jansen-Osmann, 2008).

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