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Assessing brain-muscle connectivity in human locomotion through mobile brain/body imaging: Opportunities, pitfalls, and future directions
Assessment of the cortical role during bipedalism has been a methodological challenge. While surface electroencephalography (EEG) is capable of non-invasively measuring cortical activity during human locomotion, it is associated with movement artifacts obscuring cerebral sources of activity. Recently, statistical methods based on blind source separation revealed potential for resolving this issue, by segregating non-cerebral/artifactual from cerebral sources of activity. This step marked a newdoi:10.3929/ethz-b-000268353 fatcat:udektm3f4nflzmxdua6jwyhmem