Effects of Motor Pacing on Cerebral Haemodynamics During Rhythmic Finger Tapping

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Humans are able to modify the spontaneous pace of their actions to facilitate interactions with their environment. This ability relies upon high-level cognitive functions (e.g., motor inhibition) but there is a dearth of knowledge regarding the brain areas that underlie such temporal control. A limiting factor is that current neuroimaging techniques (e.g., EEG, fMRI) are extremely sensitive to mov...


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