Unformatted text preview: Primary motor Cortex 1. Wilder Penfield, from 1930s 2. Used very brief pulses 3. Longer pulses produce more complex motions 4. Motor Homunculus A Newly-Learned Sequence Of Finger Movements Cerebellum:10% mass of brain, but half of brain neurons Controls force, direction, velocity and amplitude Motor learning A well=practiced sequence of motor activities Well-learned things may be performed at unconscious level and they seem easy...
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- Spring '12
- Psychology, primary motor cortex, Antagonistic muscles