Cortical Control of Locomotion

There exist several mechanisms and neural circuits in the cortex that enable organisms to move from one place to another. Discover the latest research on cortical control of locomotion here.

October 21, 2020

Separation in the visual field has divergent effects on discriminating the speed and the direction of motion

Current Biology : CB
Chie TakahashiMarina Danilova
October 10, 2020
Open Access

Cortical thickness as predictor of response to exercise in people with Parkinson's disease

Human Brain Mapping
Carla Silva-BatistaOscar Miranda-Domínguez
October 18, 2020

Spectral Power in Marmoset Frontal Motor Cortex during Natural Locomotor Behavior

Cerebral Cortex
Banty TiaAtsushi Iriki
October 10, 2020

Long-term effects of school barefoot running program on sprinting biomechanics in children: A case-control study

Gait & Posture
Jun MizushimaMitsugi Ogata
October 13, 2020
Open Access

Effects of lighting variability on locomotion in posterior cortical atrophy

Alzheimer's & Dementia : Translational Research & Clinical Interventions
Keir X X YongSebastian J Crutch
October 8, 2020
Open Access

Amplitude modulation encoding in auditory cortex: Comparisons between the primary and middle lateral belt regions

Journal of Neurophysiology
Jeffrey Scott JohnsonMitchell L Sutter
October 7, 2020

Pre-whitening and Null Projection as an Artifact Suppression Method for Electrocorticography Stimulation in Bi-Directional Brain Computer Interfaces

Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society
Jeffrey LimZoran Nenadic
October 22, 2020

A spike analysis method for characterizing neurons based on phase locking and scaling to the interval between two behavioral events

Journal of Neurophysiology
Masanori KawabataYoshikazu Isomura
October 25, 2020

The Pathophysiology of Dystonic Tremors and Comparison with Essential Tremor

The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society for Neuroscience
Pattamon PanyakaewMark Hallett
October 22, 2020

Interregulation between Fragile X Mental Retardation Protein and Methyl CpG Binding Protein 2 in the Mouse Posterior Cerebral Cortex

Human Molecular Genetics
Jason ArsenaultDavid R Hampson
October 17, 2020
Preprint
Open Access

Binocular integration of retinal motion information underlies optic flow processing by the cortex

BioRxiv : the Preprint Server for Biology
R. N. RasmussenKeisuke Yonehara
October 8, 2020

Adaptive weighting of taste and odor cues during flavor choice

Journal of Neurophysiology
Joost X Maier, Victoria E Elliott
October 21, 2020

Centella asiatica prevents D-galactose-Induced cognitive deficits, oxidative stress and neurodegeneration in the adult rat brain

Drug and Chemical Toxicology
Zeba FirdausTryambak Deo Singh
October 3, 2020

Effects of a band loop on muscle activity and dynamic knee valgus during pedaling

Gait & Posture
Mona HeydarianMohammadamin Mohammadian
October 22, 2020

Role of microtubules in Piezo2 mechanotransduction of mouse Merkel cells

Journal of Neurophysiology
Weipang Chang, Jianguo Gu
October 23, 2020
Open Access

Pupillary Dilations of Mice Performing a Vibrotactile Discrimination Task Reflect Task Engagement and Response Confidence

Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience
Dan Alin GaneaFlorent Haiss
October 23, 2020

No evidence for a role of spatially modulated alpha-band activity in tactile remapping and short-latency, overt orienting behavior

The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society for Neuroscience
José P OssandónTobias Heed

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