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pre-supplementary motor area
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fMRI (43 times)
SMA (31 times)
DLPFC (26 times)
1992 A motor area rostral to the supplementary motor area (presupplementary motor area) in the monkey: neuronal activity during a learned motor task.
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SMA (2 times)
CMAr (1 time)
PFC (1 time)
1998 Both supplementary and presupplementary motor areas are crucial for the temporal organization of multiple movements.
pre-supplementary motor
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BOLD (1 time)
cSPL (1 time)
dPMC (1 time)
2005 A comparison of degeneration in motor thalamus and cortex between progressive supranuclear palsy and Parkinson's disease.
perceptual sensitivity to features of time
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Diagnostic Imaging
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fMRI (1 time)
2014 Supplementary motor area activations predict individual differences in temporal-change sensitivity and its illusory distortions.
potential to integrate external stimuli
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--- 2002 Comparison of neuronal activity in the rostral supplementary and cingulate motor areas during a task with cognitive and motor demands.
pre-supplementary area
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fMRI (1 time)
2011 Different cortical activation patterns during voluntary eccentric and concentric muscle contractions: an fMRI study.
presurface modifying additive
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ATR-FTIR (1 time)
CAR (1 time)
CPR (1 time)
2002 In situ immobilization of proteins and RGD peptide on polyurethane surfaces via poly(ethylene oxide) coupling polymers for human endothelial cell growth.
pronounced changes observed in rostral supplementary motor area
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CBG (1 time)
GP (1 time)
PD (1 time)
2014 Reduced topological efficiency in cortical-basal Ganglia motor network of Parkinson's disease: a resting state fMRI study.