PMID: 13929598Aug 23, 1963Paper

Cerebral cortex: a sensorimotor amalgam in the marsupiala

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R A LENDE

Abstract

In the cerebral cortex of the opossum and the wallaby there Is a complete and coincident overlap of the sensory and the motor representations of the body. Within this sensorimotor area It is not possible to draw the line which in other mammals separates a primarily sensory area from a primarily motor area.

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