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Motor Cognition

All cognitive processes are expressed by actions. In turn, complex actions draw upon cognitive functions. Motor cognitive disorders, like apraxia, strongly impair the outcome of stroke patients.

Therefore, the Motor Cognition group investigates the neural mechanisms and concepts (e.g., body schema) underlying complex action by structural (statistical lesion mapping) and functional (network connectivity) imaging in healthy volunteers and neurological patients. Furthermore, non-invasive neuromodulatory techniques (e.g., TMS, tDCS) are used to develop new strategies for the therapy of motor cognitive disorders.

  

Apraxia

Cognitive control

Cognitive deficits after stroke

Motor learning

Neuromodulation of cognitive functions

 
 

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