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.

June 28, 2020

Worse balance is associated with larger perturbation-evoked cortical responses in healthy young adults

Gait & Posture
Aiden M Payne, Lena H Ting
June 25, 2020

Movement Speed Effects on Beta-band Oscillations in Sensorimotor Cortex during Voluntary Activity

Journal of Neurophysiology
Xiangzi ZhangJinyi Long
June 26, 2020

Voluntary modification of rapid tactile-motor responses during reaching differs from its visuo-motor counterpart

Journal of Neurophysiology
Sasha Reschechtko, J Andrew Pruszynski
July 9, 2020

Using neuroimaging to predict brain age: insights into typical and atypical development and risk for psychopathology

Journal of Neurophysiology
Carmela Diaz Arteche, Divyangana Rakesh
July 6, 2020
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Visual intracortical and transthalamic pathways carry distinct information to cortical areas

BioRxiv : the Preprint Server for Biology
A. BlotSonja B Hofer
July 8, 2020

Asynchronous Prediction of Human Gait Intention in a Pseudo Online Paradigm Using Wavelet Transform

IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering : a Publication of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society
S M Shafiul HasanOu Bai
July 2, 2020

Structural Neural Correlates of Impaired Postural Control in People with Secondary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis

International Journal of MS Care
Ishu ArpanRebecca I Spain
July 4, 2020

Aging, Vestibular Function, and Balance: Proceedings of a National Institute on Aging/National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders Workshop

The Journals of Gerontology. Series A, Biological Sciences and Medical Sciences
Yuri AgrawalLewis A Lipsitz
July 2, 2020

Efferent Synaptic Transmission at the Vestibular Type II Hair Cell Synapse

Journal of Neurophysiology
Zhou YuElisabeth Glowatzki
July 1, 2020

Role of physical fitness and functional movement in the body posture of children with overweight/obesity

Gait & Posture
Pablo Molina-GarciaFrancisco B Ortega
July 2, 2020

Cholinergic modulation of corticotropin-releasing hormone (CRH) and non-CRH neurons in Barrington's nucleus of the mouse

Journal of Neurophysiology
Masahiro KawataniMasahito Kawatani
June 27, 2020

Roles of motor and cortical activity in sleep rebound in rat

The European Journal of Neuroscience
Yujun WenJun Lu
July 2, 2020

Treadmill-based Gait Kinematics in the Yucatan Mini Pig

Journal of Neurotrauma
Maxwell BoakyeDena R Howlan

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