Mirror motor activity during unilateral contractions – functional and structural brain correlates

Mirror motor activity is a phenomenon that occurs during unilateral contractions in the contralateral “resting” limb. We investigate underlying functional and structural brain correlates of this phenomenon using  MRI and EEG, which might shed light on aspects of uni- and bimanual motor control and might be of help to guide training strategies in patients with motor disorders such as stroke.

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