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It is generally held that motor imagery is the internal simulation of movements involving one's own body in the absence of overt execution. Consistent with this hypothesis, results from numerous functional neuroimaging studies indicate that motor imagery activates a large variety of motor-related brain regions. However, it is unclear precisely which of these areas are involved in motor imagery per se as opposed to other planning processes that do not involve movement simulation. In an attemptdoi:10.1006/nimg.2002.1265 pmid:12498743 fatcat:r4spzm2tgrbgtb5sr46vfd4qoy