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SOMATIC MOTOR AND SENSORY REPRESENTATION IN THE CEREBRAL CORTEX OF MAN AS STUDIED BY ELECTRICAL STIMULATION

SOMATIC MOTOR AND SENSORY REPRESENTATION IN THE CEREBRAL CORTEX OF MAN AS STUDIED BY ELECTRICAL STIMULATION,10.1093/brain/60.4.389,Brain,WILDER PENFIE

SOMATIC MOTOR AND SENSORY REPRESENTATION IN THE CEREBRAL CORTEX OF MAN AS STUDIED BY ELECTRICAL STIMULATION   (Citations: 706)
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Journal: Brain , vol. 60, no. 4, pp. 389-443, 1937
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    • ...Humans have more sensory acuity in their thumb than in their fingers (Penfield & Boldrey, 1937)...

    Imhokhai Ogahet al. Hand clasping, arm folding, and handedness: Relationships and strength...

    • ...The regions of precentral gyrus revealed by this contrast are situated in the inferior portion of the gyrus, proximal to and ventral to the junction of the inferior frontal sulcus and the precentral gyrus, consistent with the localisation of tongue- and mouth-related regions of cortex found in many motor-cortical mapping studies (eg, Grafton, Woods, Mazziotta, & Phelps, 1991; Lotze et al, 2000; Penfield & Boldrey, 1937)...

    Alexis G. Hervais-Adelmanet al. Brain regions recruited for the effortful comprehension of noise-vocod...

    • ...By comparing how stimulation at different locations affected behavior, he identified brain regions that support different types of movement, perception, and language (Penfield & Boldrey, 1937)...

    Joshua Jacobset al. Explaining How Brain Stimulation Can Evoke Memories

    • ...Since neurons connecting to muscles in distinct regions of the body have their own geographical location across the motor cortex [known as the motor homunculus (Penfield & Boldrey, 1937)], it is possible to deliver magnetic stimuli to discrete collections of neurons relating to specific muscle groups (<0001" ref-type="fig">Figure 1)...

    Stuart Goodallet al. Transcranial magnetic stimulation in sport science: A commentary

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    Pasha Parpia. Reappraisal of the Somatosensory Homunculus and Its Discontinuities

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