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Awareness of muscular force during movement production: an fMRI study

Jozina B de Graaf, Cécile Galléa, Jean Pailhous, Jean-Luc Anton, Muriel Roth, Mireille Bonnard
2004 NeuroImage  
Finally, we thank the anonymous referees for their clarifying comments on an earlier version of the paper.  ...  We appreciate much the helpful and clarifying remarks of Jennifer Coull. We warmly thank Jean-Michel Viton who took the medical responsibility for the passage of the subjects in the 3T fMRI machine.  ...  Conclusion The present study showed, firstly, that, contrary to awareness of the kinematics of our movements, awareness of the muscular forces in movement production is not easily accessible.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neuroimage.2003.11.009 pmid:15050561 fatcat:e2d2pymfbbcjplmlww25ip2u4u

Reorganization of Brain Function During Force Production After Stroke

Kristen J. Kokotilo, Janice J. Eng, Lara A. Boyd
2009 Journal of Neurologic Physical Therapy  
Thus, the purpose of this study was to (1) understand how past neuroimaging literature has contributed to establishing common patterns of brain reorganization during both relative and absolute force production  ...  The following chapters (chapters 3 and 4) applied functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) to examine the neural correlates of force production and modulation after stroke.  ...  Contralateral M1 Imaging results: Absolute force production Areas activated during absolute force production Among controls subjects, all ROIs were activated during production of force at an absolute  ... 
doi:10.1097/npt.0b013e31819824f0 pmid:19265770 pmcid:PMC3186814 fatcat:uxsgu7lkhvhyhbb7eg4penesty

"Sense of effort" and M1 activity with special reference to resistance exercise with vascular occlusion

Yudai Takarada
2016 The Journal of Physical Fitness and Sports Medicine  
In this study, the liberation of potential muscular strength, focusing on the motor system state before awareness of motor intention, is looked at.  ...  Brain imaging studies show that vascular occlusion increases M1 activity during force exertion, which may be related to functions of motor-related cortical areas, e.g., supplementary motor area, as sources  ...  Indeed, an fMRI study showed that the activity of M1 correlated with the perceived magnitude of exerted handgrip forces both with and without a tourniquet-induced arterial occlusion, and the M1 neuronal  ... 
doi:10.7600/jpfsm.5.123 fatcat:qoo7srifk5f5vnxkjrkwjb57ym

Cognitive Integration in the Human Primary Sensory and Motor Areas: An Overview [chapter]

Jozina B. De Graaf, Mireille Bonnar
2011 Neuroimaging for Clinicians - Combining Research and Practice  
One example is the result of our fMRI study on the awareness of muscular force .  ...  suggests that obtaining awareness of muscular forces exerted during movement execution makes much higher demands on many brain structures, in particular the primary sensorimotor areas (Fig. 2) .  ... 
doi:10.5772/23783 fatcat:gsjvm2i4cnchtcv2dym5ann37u

A common framework for language comprehension and language production?

Robert J. Hartsuiker, Martin J. Pickering
2001 Behavioral and Brain Sciences  
Natural language processing involves a tight coupling between action (the production of language) and perception (the comprehension of language).  ...  We will relate recent findings from our language production lab to the Theory of Event Coding (TEC)'s principle of feature binding.  ...  For example, a forward model of arm dynamics can be used to predict the inertial and interaction forces that are generated during a particular movement, and to pre-emptively compensate for these forces  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0140525x01290104 fatcat:5mrtow6hdrh2lbd4ured37xthy

The frame/content theory of evolution of speech production

P F MacNeilage
1998 Behavioral and Brain Sciences  
fact that segmental serial ordering errors in normal adults obey syllable structure constraints suggests that syllabic "frames" and segmental "content" elements are separately controlled in the speech production  ...  The species-specific organizational property of speech is a continual mouth open-close alternation, the two phases of which are subject to continual articulatory modulation.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS I am grateful for discussions with Valerie Wallace and other members of Yoshinaga-Itano's research group (supported by NIH contract NO1-DC-4-2141), and for materials and responses to questions  ... 
pmid:10097020 fatcat:plroaruw6nf2lglkki5kf3zgr4

Mapping the mind for the modern market researcher

Carl Senior, Hannah Smyth, Richard Cooke, Rachel L. Shaw, Elizabeth Peel, Nick Lee
2007 Qualitative Market Research  
However, care is urged to ensure that participants are positioned correctly in the scanner as incorrect positioning is a stressful factor during an imaging procedure that can impact data quality.  ...  Finally, to ensure the neuromarketer has an understanding of the experience of neuroimaging, qualitative data from a questionnaire exploring attitudes about neuroimaging techniques are included which summarize  ...  The sense of trust and comfort conveyed by participants was underpinned by an awareness of the nature of informed consent procedures discussed with them.  ... 
doi:10.1108/13522750710740826 fatcat:gxsgo7uihvedfiygxivvjg66iu

The Facial Action Coding System for Characterization of Human Affective Response to Consumer Product-Based Stimuli: A Systematic Review

Elizabeth A. Clark, J'Nai Kessinger, Susan E. Duncan, Martha Ann Bell, Jacob Lahne, Daniel L. Gallagher, Sean F. O'Keefe
2020 Frontiers in Psychology  
of study; (iii) consumer product-based stimuli used; and (iv) measures of affect validation.  ...  There is broad interest in the application of FACS for assessing consumer expressions as an indication of emotions to consumer product-stimuli.  ...  influences performance of different muscular movements (Laird, 1974; Izard, 1977; Tourangeau and Ellsworth, 1979) .  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2020.00920 pmid:32528361 pmcid:PMC7264164 fatcat:ugk7yeaov5akfbw23lqwjkzcmy

Sleep in the Unresponsive Wakefulness Syndrome and Minimally Conscious State

Victor Cologan, Xavier Drouot, Silvia Parapatics, Arnaud Delorme, Georg Gruber, Gustave Moonen, Steven Laureys
2013 Journal of Neurotrauma  
Rapid eye movement sleep, and therefore dreaming that is a form of consciousness, was present in all MCS and three VS/UWS patients.  ...  The investigation of sleep is a little studied yet simple and informative way to evaluate the integrity of residual brain function in patients with disorders of consciousness with possible clinical diagnostic  ...  Maquet SLEEP IN DISORDERS OF CONSCIOUSNESS  ... 
doi:10.1089/neu.2012.2654 pmid:23121471 fatcat:t3xtdu5ot5eztpbigvetrosxpu

Using voluntary motor commands to inhibit involuntary arm movements

A. Ghosh, J. Rothwell, P. Haggard
2014 Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Biological Sciences  
A hallmark of voluntary motor control is the ability to stop an ongoing movement.  ...  Transcranial magnetic stimulation of the motor cortex during the floating arm trick produced a silent period in the reflexively contracting deltoid muscle, followed by a rebound of muscle activity.  ...  Still, these studies do suggest that Kohnstamm movement may interact with the products of higher brain function.  ... 
doi:10.1098/rspb.2014.1139 pmid:25253453 pmcid:PMC4211442 fatcat:5ixf32kxnbhctnvagarv3cqaca

Interactions Between Cognitive and Sensorimotor Functions in the Motor Cortex: Evidence from the Preparatory Motor Sets Anticipating a Perturbation

M. Bonnard, J. de Graaf, J. Pailhous
2004 Reviews in the Neurosciences  
In the present review, we examine how the study of the preparatory motor sets anticipating a mechanical movement perturbation contributes to enlightening this question.  ...  These studies demonstrated the readiness of the CS tract to be involved in anticipatory compensatory responses to central movement perturbations induced by TMS in relation to the subject's cognitive attitudes  ...  For example, we recently showed that gaining awareness of the muscle forces produced during movement execution, compared to gaining awareness of the kinematics of movement outcome, makes much higher demands  ... 
doi:10.1515/revneuro.2004.15.5.371 pmid:15575492 fatcat:xgwix7xx3rd4vg2lwmmaderi4u

Corticomuscular Coherence and Its Applications: A Review

Jinbiao Liu, Yixuan Sheng, Honghai Liu
2019 Frontiers in Human Neuroscience  
As an index of functional connections between the cortex and muscles, CMC research is the focus of neurophysiology in recent years.  ...  Although CMC has been extensively studied in healthy subjects and sports disorders, the purpose of its applications is still ambiguous, and the magnitude of CMC varies among individuals.  ...  Proudfoot et al. (2018) aimed to measure pathological alteration to CMC resulting from ALC during steady force production.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fnhum.2019.00100 pmid:30949041 pmcid:PMC6435838 fatcat:ltmis3f52revnhnoestokykyxq

Enhancement of force after action observation

Carlo A. Porro, Patrizia Facchin, Simonetta Fusi, Guanita Dri, Luciano Fadiga
2007 Neuropsychologia  
was found during abduction of the right little finger.  ...  We tested here the hypothesis that observing others' actions can facilitate basic aspects of motor performance, such as force production, even if subjects are not required to immediately reproduce the  ...  Acknowledgements Supported by funds of the Center of Excellence on Muscle Plasticity (MATI, University of Udine, Italy), by ESF (OMLL) and EC funds ROBOT-CUB, CONTACT and NEU-ROBOTICS to L.F. and by grants  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neuropsychologia.2007.06.016 pmid:17681358 fatcat:aevnmq2wmrco7naw6pvyljj5ay

Assessing the effectiveness of robot facilitated neurorehabilitation for relearning motor skills following a stroke

W. S. Harwin, A. Murgia, E. K. Stokes
2011 Medical and Biological Engineering and Computing  
A growing awareness of the potential for machine mediated neurorehabilitation has led to several novel concepts for delivering these therapies.  ...  This paper outlines the problems in measuring the impact of an intervention and explores the concept of providing more mechanical assessment techniques and ultimately the possibility of combining the assessment  ...  [5] confirmed that stabilisation of the hand derives from stiffness adaptation during movements in the presence of a force field.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11517-011-0799-y pmid:21779903 fatcat:wxs7rl5fsfacfgmkx7jrwhoamq

Grip Force Is Part of the Semantic Representation of Manual Action Verbs

Victor Frak, Tatjana Nazir, Michel Goyette, Henri Cohen, Marc Jeannerod, Paul L. Gribble
2010 PLoS ONE  
With eyes closed and arm extended, subjects listened to words relating (verbs) or not relating (nouns) to a manual action while holding a cylinder with an integrated force sensor.  ...  Grip force increased from about 100 ms following the verb presentation, peaked at 380 ms and fell abruptly after 400 ms, signalling a possible inhibition of the motor simulation evoked by these words.  ...  Mussa-Ivaldi, Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago, Northwestern University.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0009728 pmid:20300535 pmcid:PMC2838801 fatcat:zt4rjvuasrdttoxvwwt32v2oru
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