Convergence of Impulses on Neurons of the Motor Cortex, and the Motor Dominant
Attempts have recently been made to classify the widespread convergence of impulses in the central nervous system. Although the validity of classifications based on other criteria is not denied, the investigation of dominant foci enables two types of convergence to be distinguished: a static convergence, structurally fixed by existing connections, and a dynamic convergence, functional and formed in the course of the response.
KeywordsMotor Cortex Firing Rate Pyramidal Neuron Anodal Polarization Cortical Surface
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