Cognitive motor control: spatial and temporal aspects

Current Opinion in Neurobiology - 2002-12-01Georgopoulos AP10.1016/S0959-4388(02)00382-3
Cognitive motor control refers to processes that blend cognitive and motor functions in a seamless, interwoven fashion. Such functions evolve in space and time at various levels of complexity. This article focuses on conceptual issues regarding spatial and temporal aspects of motor control as well as on methods suitable for extracting information from neuronal ensembles.