Some articles on motor area, motor, area, areas:
... Penfield described a cortical motor area, the supplementary motor area (SMA), on the top or dorsal part of the cortex ... spinal cord and because of its activity during simple movements, it may play a direct role in motor control rather than solely a high level role in planning ... evolved in primates as a specialist in the part of the motor repertoire involving climbing and other complex locomotion ...
... The precentral cortex is an area of the frontal cortex that is located directly anterior to the central sulcus and includes both the primary motor cortex and the supplementary motor area ... Inputs that project to both of these areas arise from a variety of locations in the brain that integrate sensory stimuli including the primary motor cortex, the thalamus ... These two areas along with several other main functional areas control both the preparation of motor movement as well as the execution of movements ...
Famous quotes containing the words area and/or motor:
“... nothing is more human than substituting the quantity of words and actions for their character. But using imprecise words is very similar to using lots of words, for the more imprecise a word is, the greater the area it covers.”
—Robert Musil (18801942)
“We disparage reason.
But all the time its what were most concerned with.
Theres will as motor and theres will as brakes.
Reason is, I suppose, the steering gear.”
—Robert Frost (18741963)