Supplementary Motor Area: A view from the left hand of the grip force modulation in unimanual and bimanual symmetric task.

Labrecque, David; Saives, Adèle; Clément, Jessica; de Castros, Alexandre et Frak, Victor (2017). « Supplementary Motor Area: A view from the left hand of the grip force modulation in unimanual and bimanual symmetric task. », dans Colloque Étudiant du CRIR 2017 (Colloque Étudiant du CRIR 2017, Montréal, 24/03/2017)

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Résumé

The grip force modulation (GFM) in relation to the linguistic stimulation has been correlated to the semantic decoding (Frak, Nazir, Goyette, Cohen, & Jeannerod, 2010) and the somatotopic representation of the words (Hauk, Johnsrude, & Pulvermüller, 2004). A network composed of the intraparietal area, Brodmann area 6, the Broca area and M1, in conjunction with their roles, have been discussed for their effect on the GFM of the right hand (RH) (Ramayya,Glasser, & Rilling, 2010; Stout & Chaminade, 2012; Tomasino & Rumiati, 2014). The Brodmann area 6 included the premotor area (PMA) and supplementary motor area (SMA). Both have been associated to planification of action (Pilgramm et al., 2016), and SMA is particularly active during bimanual mouvements (Naito, Morita, & Amemiya, 2016).The aim of this study is to provide a description of the GFM of the left hand (LH) between unimanual and bimanual grip. Compare it to the RH in both conditions in order to add some evidence for understanding the linguistic function processing in both hemispheres.

Type: Résumé
Mots-clés ou Sujets: SMA. Motor development. Motor activity. Language.
Unité d'appartenance: Faculté des sciences
Déposé par: Victor Frak
Date de dépôt: 29 mars 2017 07:45
Dernière modification: 29 mars 2017 07:45
Adresse URL : http://www.archipel.uqam.ca/id/eprint/9533

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