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Contributions of Cerebellum and Basal Ganglia to Motor ControlContributions of Cerebellum and Basal Ganglia to Motor Control
Cerebellum and Its Motor Functions – excitation does not cause conscious sensation and rarely causes movement, but removal causes abnormal body movements/incoordination. Efference copy
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Brielle c stark, PhDBrielle c stark, PhD
Thesis: Neuroimaging and neuropsychological study evaluating iPad-delivered language therapy alongside inner speech in post-stroke chronic aphasia. Efference copy
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Updated June 2 nd, 2011Updated June 2 nd, 2011
Neuroscientists today grapple with complex problems such as: how does the brain learn, what is the neural basis of consciousness, and what underlies debilitating neurological disorders and diseases?. Efference copy
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Running head: inhibition of return across eye and object movementsRunning head: inhibition of return across eye and object movements
Together the results suggest inhibitory tags can track objects as they move across the retina, but only when this motion is self-generated. Efference copy
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Trans-Saccadic PerceptionTrans-Saccadic Perception
Another hypothetical example of what might go wrong without this capacity is rendered in cubist art (made famous by Picasso) where features and objects within the whole become somewhat jumbled in space. Efference copy
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Neuroanatomy: Spinal Cord Physiology Study Questions (Ram)Neuroanatomy: Spinal Cord Physiology Study Questions (Ram)
Interneurons: fully self-contained in the spinal cord; connect inputs and outputs; mediate long-lasting coordinated responses; ~6,000,000 in humans. Efference copy
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Real people and virtual bodies: how disembodied can embodiment be?Real people and virtual bodies: how disembodied can embodiment be?
It is widely accepted that embodiment is crucial for any self-aware agent. What is less obvious is whether the body has to be real, or whether a virtual body will do. Efference copy
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Ratings were taken at baseline and at 30 minutes post-injection (pi)Ratings were taken at baseline and at 30 minutes post-injection (pi)
Details of recruitment and demographics have been published elsewhere. 1, 2 Sixteen healthy volunteers (26 +/- 5 yrs; 9 females) with previous exposure to cannabis received either intravenous thc 25mg) or placebo. Efference copy
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Extraocular muscle afferent signals modulate visual attentionExtraocular muscle afferent signals modulate visual attention
Center of Neurology, Division of Neuropsychology, Hertie-Institute for Clinical Brain Research, University of Tuebingen,72076, Tuebingen, Germany. Efference copy
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Memory and Presentation What affects our memory and aids or prevents recollectionMemory and Presentation What affects our memory and aids or prevents recollection
How does the way materials are presented affect the ability or inability to remember the material once it is no longer visually available. Efference copy
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For the rotational vestibular system, the scc outputs give an estimate of the head velocityFor the rotational vestibular system, the scc outputs give an estimate of the head velocity
An eye velocity command equal and opposite to the head velocity will keep the images on the retina stable. Efference copy
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Supplementary data Study 1: Awareness of action discrepancy Delay-dependent ActivitySupplementary data Study 1: Awareness of action discrepancy Delay-dependent Activity
One contrast image was then produced for each subject. Several brain areas showed linear increases in activity along with increased temporal delays in visual feedback. Efference copy
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Personal DetailsPersonal Details
Fraunhofer institute for Autonomous Intelligent Systems (ais), Sankt Augustin, Germany. He is currently a researcher at Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience (bccn) Goettingen. Efference copy
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