The primary motor and primary somatosensory areas of the brain are involved in controlling immediate motor movements in real-time, while the premotor area appears to control planned, sequential movements as well as reacting to and adjusting the sequence when faced with unexpected changes.
Motor system neurons not only control movement, they also incite action.
Researchers trained an AI to determine which psychotropic agent a zebrafish had been exposed to based on the animal's behaviors and locomotion patterns.
Researchers have identified a neural circuit that helps suppress the execution of planned actions in response to specific cues.
Study suggests seven compensation strategies to help those with Parkinson's disease improve mobility and walking problems.
Subtle changes in fractal motor activity regulation in cognitively healthy women may be a sign of preclinical Alzheimer's disease, researchers report.
Researchers have developed a new model that represents the planning of movement from seeing an object to grasping it.
People whose computer mouse drifted toward a safer option on the screen, even when they ultimately decided to select a riskier option, may be more risk avoidant than their choices would indicate.