Performing two different actions simultaneously: The critical role of interhemispheric interactions during the preparation of bimanual movement.




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Title:
Performing two different actions simultaneously: The critical role of interhemispheric interactions during the preparation of bimanual movement.
Authors:
Fujiyama H; Van Soom J; Rens G; Cuypers K; Heise KF; Levin O; Swinnen SP.  Institution Fujiyama, Hakuei. KU Leuven, Motor Control Laboratory, Research Center of Movement Control and Neuroplasticity, Group Biomedical Sciences, Leuven, Belgium; School of Psychology, Murdoch University, Australia.
Electronic Address: Hak.Fujiyama@faber.kuleuven.beVan Soom, Jago. KU Leuven, Motor Control Laboratory, Research Center of Movement Control and Neuroplasticity, Group  Biomedical Sciences, Leuven, Belgium. Rens, Guy. KU Leuven, Motor Control Laboratory, Research Center of Movement Control and Neuroplasticity, Group Biomedical Sciences, Leuven, Belgium. Cuypers, Koen. KU Leuven, Motor Control Laboratory, Research Center of Movement Control and Neuroplasticity, Group Biomedical Sciences, Leuven, Belgium; REVAL Rehabilitation Research Centre, Biomedical Research Institute, Faculty of Medicine and Life Sciences, Hasselt University, Diepenbeek, Belgium. Heise, Kirstin-Friederike. KU Leuven, Motor Control Laboratory, Research Center of Movement Control and Neuroplasticity, Group Biomedical Sciences,
Leuven, Belgium. Levin, Oron. KU Leuven, Motor Control Laboratory, Research Center of Movement Control and Neuroplasticity, Group Biomedical Sciences, Leuven, Belgium.
Swinnen, Stephan P. KU Leuven, Motor Control Laboratory, Research Center of Movement Control and Neuroplasticity, Group Biomedical Sciences, Leuven, Belgium; KU Leuven, Leuven Research Institute for Neuroscience & Disease (LIND), Leuven, Belgium.

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