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Functional brain changes in the elderly for the perception of hand movements: a greater impairment occurs in proprioception than touch

Caroline Landelle, Jean-Luc Anton, Bruno Nazarian, Julien Sein, Ali Gharbi, Olivier Felician, Anne Kavounoudias
2020 NeuroImage  
By combining task-related data, rs-FC and behavioral performance, this study provided consistent results showing that hand movement perception was altered in the elderly, with a more pronounced deterioration  ...  Using fMRI data, we investigated age-related changes in the central processing of somatosensory information by inducing illusions of right-hand rotations with specific proprioceptive and tactile stimulation  ...  Acknowledgements We are thankful to Rochelle Ackerley who has kindly revised the quality of the English in the manuscript and Aur elie Ponz for her advice in resting state analysis. Appendix A.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neuroimage.2020.117056 pmid:32562781 fatcat:mswbeztl5bfnjmqxzl2ocxfuem

The aging brain: a set of functional MRI data acquired at rest and during exposure to tactile or muscle proprioceptive stimulation in healthy young and older volunteers

Caroline LANDELLE, Julien SEIN, Jean-Luc ANTON, Bruno NAZARIAN, Olivier FELICIAN, Anne KAVOUNOUDIAS
2020 Data in Brief  
The dataset is a supplement to the research findings in the paper 'Functional brain changes in the elderly for the perception of hand movements: a greater impairment occurs in proprioception than touch  ...  Therefore, the dataset is meant to be used to assess age-related functional brain changes during the perception of hand movements based on muscle proprioception or touch individually.  ...  Functional brain changes in the elderly for the perception of hand movements: a greater impairment occurs in proprioception than touch. Neuroimage 220, 2020, https://  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.dib.2020.105939 pmid:32671149 pmcid:PMC7339028 fatcat:c3vyo7kp2fh73ler7rf7dninjq

The Proprioceptive Senses: Their Roles in Signaling Body Shape, Body Position and Movement, and Muscle Force

Uwe Proske, Simon C. Gandevia
2012 Physiological Reviews  
Proprioceptive senses, particularly of limb position and movement, deteriorate with age and are associated with an increased risk of falls in the elderly.  ...  Afferent signals generated during a movement are processed to code for endpoint position of a limb.  ...  Trevor Allen and Richard Fitzpatrick for comments on a draft manuscript. We thank Dr. Sabine Giesbrecht and Andrea Riley for assistance in preparation of the manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1152/physrev.00048.2011 pmid:23073629 fatcat:n677v4ht65hzfgdccsbuybtjde

Upper Extremity Proprioception in Healthy Aging and Stroke Populations, and the Effects of Therapist- and Robot-Based Rehabilitation Therapies on Proprioceptive Function

Charmayne Mary Lee Hughes, Paolo Tommasino, Aamani Budhota, Domenico Campolo
2015 Frontiers in Human Neuroscience  
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS This work was partly supported by the "H-Man" project (NMRC/BnB/0006b/2013), Ministry of Health, Singapore.  ...  Connell et al. (2008) used the Nottingham sensory assessment (NSA) and found proprioceptive impairment to be more frequent than tactile impairment in a number of upper extremities in their sample of 70  ...  with recovery of hand movement or function (n = 71, all <28 days post stroke) over a 3-month period.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fnhum.2015.00120 pmid:25784872 pmcid:PMC4345814 fatcat:d7quqbn2a5dfte2kz3s34o6gpi

The neural control of limb movement

1992 IEEE Control Systems  
interactive devices such as deployment of artificial prosthetics, improved brain-computer interactions and advanced neuroprosthetics for supporting activities of daily living in these patients.  ...  It has been observed that all these movements require intricate communication between the brain and associated muscles.  ...  In neurorehabilitation, the patients suffering from movement disorders are assisted to perform normal movement and hand function, thereby triggering the same functionality in other parts of the brain which  ... 
doi:10.1109/37.168814 fatcat:pwdrjhfvvfce7jdtzipqiqccuq

The Role of Movement Representation Techniques in the Motor Learning Process: A Neurophysiological Hypothesis and a Narrative Review

Cuenca-Martínez, Suso-Martí, León-Hernández, Touche
2020 Brain Sciences  
The effects of movement representation in the brain and those of the cortical–subcortical networks related to planning, executing, adjusting, and automating real movements share a similar neurophysiological  ...  The mirror neuron system appears to function more efficiently through AO training than MI, and AO is less demanding in terms of cognitive load than MI.  ...  Acknowledgments: We thank the La Salle University Center for Advanced Studies for making this study possible Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/brainsci10010027 pmid:31906593 pmcid:PMC7016972 fatcat:jmvw5ls2bjdepouf7sn2aallju

Effects of ageing on touch

M M Wickremaratchi
2006 Postgraduate medical journal  
A decline in the main sensory modalities is well reported to occur with ageing.  ...  This article outlines the normal pathways involved in touch sensation and includes a review of available evidence relating to the study of ageing and touch.  ...  Hand grip Impaired spatial acuity at the fingertips probably has an effect on hand motor function in the elderly, as it is probable that tactile and proprioceptive sensory deficits can result in impairment  ... 
doi:10.1136/pgmj.2005.039651 pmid:16679466 pmcid:PMC2563781 fatcat:je6ya7lirjg3je2ba7jfamnvxu

Parkinson Disease, Movement Disorders and Dementia

2012 Basal Ganglia  
This study aims to assess, in a noninterventional epidemiological setting, the incidence and severity of fatigue in PD patients and its correlation with PD severity.  ...  Catania, Catania Introduction: Fatigue is a common non-motor symptom in patients with Parkinson's Disease (PD) and one of the most disabling symptoms of this disease, as reported by patients, with serious  ...  Changes in functional connectivity between brain regions might underlie many of the clinical impairments seen in PD, such as in the performance of simultaneous movements.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.baga.2012.10.001 fatcat:tgb5tzfxqbeela4ufactz6hqfu

Relationship Between Touch Sensation of the Affected Hand and Performance of Valued Activities in Individuals With Chronic Stroke

Valerie A. Hill, Thomas Fisher, Arlene A. Schmid, Jeffrey Crabtree, Stephen J. Page
2014 Topics in Stroke Rehabilitation  
For individuals with impaired touch sensation of the affected hand, impairment of touch sensation of the hand did not correlate with individuals' performance or satisfaction with valued occupations, arm  ...  Collectively, the results of this study reflect the complex interaction between touch sensation, occupational performance, motor functioning, and manual abilities of the affected hand for individuals'  ...  The type of perception related to touch sensation is haptic perception. Haptic perception is responsible for the process of recognizing objects through touch via touch sensation and proprioception.  ... 
doi:10.1310/tsr2104-339 pmid:25150666 fatcat:qexefhnffzcbzfcnv25tpkxxoa

Integrating Self-Localization, Proprioception, Pain, and Performance

Valeria Bellan, SarahB. Wallwork, Alberto Gallace, Charles Spence, G. Lorimer Moseley
2017 Journal of Dance Medicine & Science  
This review focuses on the concept of self-localization, the monitoring of the space surrounding one's body, and the disruptions that occur in the presence of pain.  ...  The ability to know where our own body and body parts are in space is often taken for granted, yet it is of fundamental importance for the majority of our everyday activities, let alone high performance  ...  limb and the possible movements of the phantom limb really do go hand in hand and change if one instantaneously changes the other.  ... 
doi:10.12678/1089-313x.21.1.24 pmid:28284239 fatcat:54y27gcjb5hqrfkojalcdsokc4

Kinematic and Clinical Analyses of Upper-Extremity Movements After Constraint-Induced Movement Therapy in Patients With Stroke: A Randomized Controlled Trial

Ching-yi Wu, Chia-ling Chen, Simon F. Tang, Keh-chung Lin, Ya-ying Huang
2007 Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation  
Acknowledgments: We thank Aliza Sturm for providing support in the planning phase and Erika Schippel for her assistance in the editing phase of this review.  ...  The usual protocol for use of the CWRU/VA neuroprosthesis requires the subject to use a surface stimulator to strengthen the target muscles for 8 weeks before the implantation of the system.  ...  to examine for a change in pain perception as a result of running the race.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.apmr.2007.05.012 pmid:17678656 fatcat:symtlg5exvelzc7n5sasamdbu4

Adaptive Staircase Measurement of Hand Proprioception

Najmeh Hoseini, Brandon M. Sexton, Karl Kurtz, Yang Liu, Hannah J. Block, Paul L. Gribble
2015 PLoS ONE  
Clinicians and researchers often need to measure proprioception (position sense), for example to monitor the progress of disease, to identify the cause of movement or balance problems, or to ascertain  ...  Subjects ages 18-82 had their proprioception measured with each of the three techniques, at the metacarpophalangeal joint in the second finger of the right hand.  ...  Static position sense may arise from summation of background activity in spindles, while movement sense may arise from changes in spindle activity that occur in proportion to changes in muscle length  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0135757 pmid:26274824 pmcid:PMC4537315 fatcat:wf5bpufm65ajrgde4i4k44bese

Cortical activation during executed, imagined, observed, and passive wrist movements in healthy volunteers and stroke patients

André J. Szameitat, Shan Shen, Adriana Conforto, Annette Sterr
2012 NeuroImage  
The present study investigated these three covert movement modes together with overt movement in a within-subject design to allow for a fine-grained comparison of their abilities in activating the sensorimotor  ...  In addition we explored the abilities of the different covert movement modes in activating the sensorimotor system in a pilot study of 5 stroke patients suffering from chronic severe hemiparesis.  ...  Acknowledgements This study was funded by the Medical Research Council, UK (CEG 61501; Dr Sterr). We thank Ari Lingeswaran for assistance in data acquisition.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neuroimage.2012.05.009 pmid:22584231 fatcat:6jowvpe6w5gbrooe3lyt23nvnm

Deep Skills: Neuroenhancement and Synaptic Plasticity: The Neuroscience of Movement to Counteract The Effects of Covid 19

Furnari D, Pappalardo L, Jean S, Khan N, Delaney M, Talyanova E, Milczarek M, Sanchez S, Lagree S, Petrov S, hamouly ME, Hamlaoui k
2021 Japanese Journal of Gastroenterology and Hepatology  
Deep skills: positive mind neuroscience of exercise to counter Covid 19 Memory and Learning in the time of Covid 19.  ...  It is about honing the skills of all those functions that participate in phonation; In this way, the Kinesthetic perception is enhanced, the mobility and effectiveness of the movements of each organ that  ...  Although the changes that occur within the individual brain cells can be relatively simple, considering that the brain is made up of many billions of neurons, the overall phenomenon is certainly very complex  ... 
doi:10.47829/jjgh.2021.6402 fatcat:alx5fxuzinffxlk2bh2ikvcrji

The role of locomotion in psychological development

David I. Anderson, Joseph J. Campos, David C. Witherington, Audun Dahl, Monica Rivera, Minxuan He, Ichiro Uchiyama, Marianne Barbu-Roth
2013 Frontiers in Psychology  
These questions include: (1) What changes in the brain occur when infants acquire experience with locomotion? (2) What role does locomotion play in the maintenance of psychological function?  ...  In this paper, we document some of the dramatic changes in perception-action coupling, spatial cognition, memory, and social and emotional development that follow the acquisition of independent locomotion  ...  from the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences, and by a "Research Infrastructure in Minority Institutions" award from the National Center on Minority Health and Health Disparities, P20  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2013.00440 pmid:23888146 pmcid:PMC3719016 fatcat:qq6yavuznzg3hf2gijzzzro2j4
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