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has minor subject area list Association Learning; Brain Mapping; Cues; Electrodes, Implanted; Electrophysiology; Humans; Intention; Models, Neurological; Movement; Nerve Net; Signal Processing, Computer-Assisted; Spatial Behavior
information resource reference Saleh M, Reimer J, Penn R, Ojakangas CL, Hatsopoulos NG. Fast and slow oscillations in human primary motor cortex predict oncoming behaviorally relevant cues. Neuron. 2010 Feb 25; 65(4):461-71.
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