Task-related coherence and task-related spectral power changes during sequential finger movements

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Task-related coherence and task-related spectral power changes during sequential finger movements
Authors: P. Manganotti, C. Gerloff, C. Toro, H. Katsuta, N. Sadato, P. Zhuang, L. Leocani, M. Hallett
Citation: Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology 109 (1): 50-52. 1998 February
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Task-related coherence and task-related spectral power changes during sequential finger movements

"Movement sequences were associated with TRPow [task-related spectral power] decreases in the alpha and beta frequency bands over bilateral sensorimotor and parietal areas, with a preponderance over the contralateral hemisphere."

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