JINS Special Issue: Motor Cognition
CE Bundle #2
Issue Co-organizers: Guy Vingerhoets & Deborah Harrington
LEARNING OBJECTIVES FOR BUNDLE #2:
Describe the relationship between Parkinson's disease and syntactic deficits.
Explain the relationship between basal ganglia volumes and neuropsychological functioning.
List brain regions critical for motion prediction.
Describe brain activity and research methods relevant to motor imagery.
INDIVIDUAL ARTICLES IN THIS BUNDLE:
Language Defi cits as a Preclinical Window into Parkinson's Disease: Evidence from Asymptomatic Parkin and Dardarin Mutation Carriers
A.M. Garcia, L. Sedeno, N. Trujillo, Y. Bocanegra, D. Gomez, D. Pineda, A. Villegas, E. Munoz, W. Arias, and A. Ibanez
Cognitive Control, Learning, and Clinical Motor Ratings Are Most Highly Associated with Basal Ganglia Brain Volumes in the Premanifest Huntington's Disease Phenotype
M.B. Misiura, S. Lourens, V.D. Calhoun, J. Long, J. Bockholt, H. Johnson, Y. Zhang, J.S. Paulsen, J.A. Turner, J. Liu, B. Kara, and E. Fall for the PREDICT-HD Investigators & Working Group
Critical Motor Involvement in Prediction of Human and Non-biological Motion Trajectories
M.M. de Wit and L.J. Buxbaum
Primary Motor Cortex Excitability Is Modulated During the Mental Simulation of Hand Movement
C. Hyde, I. Fuelscher, J.A.G. Lum, J. Williams, J. He, and P.G. Enticott