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Cerebral Substrates for Controlling Rhythmic Movements

Naho Konoike, Katsuki Nakamura
2020 Brain Sciences  
In this review, we examine the literature on neuropsychological studies of patients with focal brain lesions, and functional brain imaging studies primarily using finger-tapping tasks.  ...  These studies suggest a close connection between sensory and motor processing of rhythm, with no apparent distinction between the two functions.  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflicts of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/brainsci10080514 pmid:32756401 fatcat:mq7mwaah5zcsxpczmd4wk7yvbm

The Role of Noninvasive Techniques in Stroke Therapy

Daniel Maxwell Bernad, Julien Doyon
2008 International Journal of Biomedical Imaging  
The second section will investigate some of the different neural mechanisms that underlie neurorehabilitation in stroke patients.  ...  The third part will explore our current understanding of motor memory processing, describe the neural structures that subserve motor memory consolidation, and discuss the current literature related to  ...  However, recent experiments have employed eventrelated design, whereby data is acquired during the repetition of discrete stimuli or responses (i.e., finger tapping task).  ... 
doi:10.1155/2008/672582 pmid:18274666 pmcid:PMC2233892 fatcat:n65qokdctze5xgjvvkrzrnv45e

Musical training as an alternative and effective method for neuro-education and neuro-rehabilitation

Clément François, Jennifer Grau-Sánchez, Esther Duarte, Antoni Rodriguez-Fornells
2015 Frontiers in Psychology  
In a second part, we provide an overview of the evidence showing that musical training can be an alternative, low-cost and effective method for the treatment of language-based learning impaired populations  ...  diseases such as stroke or Parkinson Disease.  ...  Mireille Besson for helping us improving the quality of the manuscript. The research leading to these results has received funding from RecerCaixa.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2015.00475 pmid:25972820 pmcid:PMC4411999 fatcat:r6dn4h5stnepjaieeilyklo7p4

Motor Imagery After Subcortical Stroke: A Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging Study

N. Sharma, L. H. Simmons, P. S. Jones, D. J. Day, T. A. Carpenter, V. M. Pomeroy, E. A. Warburton, J. C. Baron
2009 Stroke  
and Purpose-In recovered subcortical stroke, the pattern of motor network activation during motor execution can appear normal or not, depending on the task.  ...  Thus, components of movement upstream from execution appear differentially affected after stroke and could be targeted by rehabilitation in more severely affected patients.  ...  Sources of Funding Disclosures None.  ... 
doi:10.1161/strokeaha.108.525766 pmid:19182071 fatcat:ieghs6mlenbkteh5j7aqn6pgqi

Neural Interface Technology for Rehabilitation: Exploiting and Promoting Neuroplasticity

Wei Wang, Jennifer L. Collinger, Monica A. Perez, Elizabeth C. Tyler-Kabara, Leonardo G. Cohen, Niels Birbaumer, Steven W. Brose, Andrew B. Schwartz, Michael L. Boninger, Douglas J. Weber
2010 Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Clinics of North America  
by hand movement, including individual finger movement 45 and grasping/pinching movement of the hand. 46 Modulation of micro-ECoG signals by hand movement offers a neural substrate that is critical  ...  stroke and SCI. 31 The third factor is an appropriate neural recording method that has sufficient spatial and temporal resolution to take full advantage of the aforementioned neural substrates and neuroplasticity  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.pmr.2009.07.003 pmid:19951784 pmcid:PMC2788507 fatcat:qga3joidnfgt7olggbtwbgqufu

Evoking plasticity through sensory stimulation: Implications for learning and rehabilitation

Hubert R. Dinse, Martin Tegenthoff
2015 e-Neuroforum  
It is generally agreed that processes allowing modification of synaptic efficacy are the neural substrates for learning.  ...  However, the lack of adequate input stimuli for the induction of LTP and LTD in humans has hindered direct evaluation of the impact of such protocols on human behaviour.  ...  In this experiment, the fingertip of the right index finger was repetitively stimulated with short cutaneous taps, which were transmitted to the skin via a small movable membrane.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s13295-015-0003-1 fatcat:j3luflzsjvbejibq3wm4v2ltlu

Context-Dependent Neural Activation: Internally and Externally Guided Rhythmic Lower Limb Movement in Individuals With and Without Neurodegenerative Disease

Madeleine E. Hackney, Ho Lim Lee, Jessica Battisto, Bruce Crosson, Keith M. McGregor
2015 Frontiers in Neurology  
However, there appears to be a degree of differentiation in the neural substrates involved in IG vs. EG designs.  ...  We believe better understanding of lower limb neural activity with respect to PD impairment during rhythmic IG and EG movement will facilitate the development of novel and effective therapeutic approaches  ...  (23) compared the neural substrates involved in execution vs. mental imagery of sequential movements (fast and slow) of the left foot in 12 volunteers.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fneur.2015.00251 pmid:26696952 pmcid:PMC4667008 fatcat:w4c2cn5ejffxtenzesjobu535u

Motor Timing Deficits in Sequential Movements in Parkinson Disease Are Related to Action Planning: A Motor Imagery Study

Laura Avanzino, Elisa Pelosin, Davide Martino, Giovanni Abbruzzese, Natasha M. Maurits
2013 PLoS ONE  
Fourteen patients with PD and twelve matched healthy volunteers were asked to tap in synchrony with a metronome cue (SYNC) and then, when the tone stopped, to keep tapping, trying to maintain the same  ...  rhythm (CONT-EXE) or to imagine tapping at the same rhythm, rather than actually performing it (CONT-MI).  ...  Structural and functional connectivity in parietofrontal pathways, both ipsi-and contralateral to the lesion, determines neural modulation associated with grasping imagery after stroke [61] .  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0075454 pmid:24086534 pmcid:PMC3781049 fatcat:jvh2k4xuw5aannd7qr2gdlyonu

Impairment and Compensation in Dexterous Upper-Limb Function After Stroke. From the Direct Consequences of Pyramidal Tract Lesions to Behavioral Involvement of Both Upper-Limbs in Daily Activities

Agnès Roby-Brami, Nathanaël Jarrassé, Ross Parry
2021 Frontiers in Human Neuroscience  
Impairments in dexterous upper limb function are a significant cause of disability following stroke.  ...  An important part of this problem is the ability to successfully distinguish the extent to which a given gesture is determined by the neuromotor impairment and that which is determined by a compensatory  ...  AUTHOR CONTRIBUTIONS AR-B wrote the first draft of the manuscript. RP and NJ wrote sections of the manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fnhum.2021.662006 fatcat:j2yl3tglgfgmzgadn7tbvvzw4a

Sensorimotor synchronization: A review of recent research (2006–2012)

Bruno H. Repp, Yi-Huang Su
2013 Psychonomic Bulletin & Review  
Sensorimotor synchronization (SMS) is the coordination of rhythmic movement with an external rhythm, ranging from finger tapping in time with a metronome to musical ensemble performance.  ...  The article comprises four parts, dealing with (1) conventional tapping studies, (2) other forms of moving in synchrony with external rhythms (including dance and nonhuman animals' synchronization abilities  ...  During preparation of the first draft of this article, Y.-H.S. was affiliated with Ludwig Maximilians University in Munich and was supported by the Andrea von Braun Stiftung. Y.  ... 
doi:10.3758/s13423-012-0371-2 pmid:23397235 fatcat:zipjqhgembevjiuejoueyq5cm4

Dissociation of duration-based and beat-based auditory timing in cerebellar degeneration

M. Grube, F. E. Cooper, P. F. Chinnery, T. D. Griffiths
2010 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America  
Ivry R, Keele SW (1989) Timing functions of the cerebellum. J Cogn Neurosci 1: 136-152.  ...  Glickstein M (1992) The cerebellum and motor learning. Curr Opin Neurobiol 2: 802-806. 3. Hore J, Wild B, Diener HC (1991) Cerebellar dysmetria at the elbow, wrist, and fingers.  ...  We thank Sukhbinder Kumar and Martin O'Gorman for advice with data analysis and Sundeep Teki for comments on the manuscript. This work was supported by Wellcome Trust Grant WT061136MA (to T.D.G.).  ... 
doi:10.1073/pnas.0910473107 pmid:20534501 pmcid:PMC2895141 fatcat:u2oyhgngdnctdddag7y2tfhhqa

Delineating the cognitive-neural substrates of writing: a large scale behavioral and voxel based morphometry study

Haobo Chen, Xiaoping Pan, Wai-Ling Bickerton, Johnny King Lau, Jin Zhou, Beinan Zhou, Lara Harris, Pia Rotshtein
2019 Scientific Reports  
The current study investigated the cognitive and neural substrates that underpin writing ability.  ...  Comorbidities of writing deficits with both language and motor impairments were prevalent, with less than a handful showing deficits restricted to the writing tasks.  ...  And we would like to thank to the many stroke survivors, research nurses and technician who contributed the collection of this data.  ... 
doi:10.1038/s41598-019-55129-3 pmid:31827143 pmcid:PMC6906401 fatcat:3hgvfwwqtfgqpan2n5scch3cxu

Does motor imagery share neural networks with executed movement: a multivariate fMRI analysis

Nikhil Sharma, Jean-Claude Baron
2013 Frontiers in Human Neuroscience  
Motor imagery (MI) is the mental rehearsal of a motor first person action-representation. There is interest in using MI to access the motor network after stroke.  ...  Here we use multivariate analysis (tensor independent component analysis-TICA) to map the array of neural networks involved during MI and EM.  ...  The duration of the finger tapping exercise varied and the subject had to confirm their position at the end of each block.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fnhum.2013.00564 pmid:24062666 pmcid:PMC3771114 fatcat:y2ixf3ebxzerfezlgjvmh6e3c4

Motor simulation theories of musical beat perception

Jessica M. Ross, John R. Iversen, Ramesh Balasubramaniam
2016 Neurocase  
The motor system is active during the perception of rhythms, but is such motor activity merely a sign of unexecuted motor planning, or does it play a causal role in shaping the perception of rhythm?  ...  Brain stimulation studies have the potential to conclusively test if the motor system plays a causal role in beat perception and ground theories to their neural underpinnings. ARTICLE HISTORY  ...  Analyses of finger tapping movements that are synchronized with an auditory rhythm demonstrate that taps often temporally precede the beat, an effect called negative mean asynchrony; humans spontaneously  ... 
doi:10.1080/13554794.2016.1242756 pmid:27726485 fatcat:ev5zkx7ahfbazpv2czfbqnjfx4

Cerebellar and Basal Ganglia Contributions to Interval Timing [chapter]

Jeff Pressing, Richard Ivry, Jörn Diedrichsen
2003 Functional and Neural Mechanisms of Interval Timing  
In the second half of the chapter, we present an experiment in which patients with either cerebellar or basal ganglia pathology were tested on a repetitive tapping task.  ...  In the first part of the chapter, we review this literature, focusing on production and perception tasks involving intervals in the hundreds of millisecond range.  ...  SYNCHONIZATION Studying the synchronization of repetitive finger taps with a stream of regular external events has a long history in experimental psychology. 36, 37 Synchronization requires the ability  ... 
doi:10.1201/9780203009574.ch19 fatcat:ldn62bhxardnzbc5dylaghneeu
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