Functional hemispheric asymmetries during the planning and manual control of virtual avatar movements

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AuthorsMareike Floegel, Christian Alexander Kell and Lutz Jaencke
DescriptionParticipants had to navigate a virtual avatar (cursor) on reference trajectories by means of isometric grip force. Reference trajectories varied according to spatial and temporal processing demands. They instructed either a virtual avatar movement with high spatial and high temporal processing demands (ST-condition), high spatial and low temporal processing demands (S-condition) or low spatial and high temporal processing demands (T-condition). The dataset contains second level contrast images of the planning and execution phase of the experiment. In addition it contains masks obtained from a model comparison approach to decide whether the response in a voxel was better predicted by regressors timed to planning or production.
JournalPLOS ONE
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DOI10.1371/journal.pone.0185152
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Add DateAug. 18, 2017, 11:55 a.m.