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Step-by-step: The effects of physical practice on the neural correlates of locomotion imagery revealed by fMRI
Human Brain Mapping
Previous studies have shown that mental imagery is a suitable tool to study the progression of the effect of practice on brain activation. Nevertheless, there is still poor knowledge of changes in brain activation patterns during the very early stages of physical practice. In this study, early and late practice stages of different kinds of locomotion (i.e., balanced and unbalanced) have been investigated using functional magnetic resonance imaging during mental imagery of locomotion and stance.doi:10.1002/hbm.20898 pmid:19862697 fatcat:h572rre2wzaytecfzbf4hqhfqe