Study Explores Parkinson’s Effect on How Brain Represents Tool Embodiment

Study Explores Parkinson’s Effect on How Brain Represents Tool Embodiment
A new way to understand and study how the brain represents tool embodiment — the physical actions for using tools — was proposed in a new research article. The study recommends methods for understanding Parkinson’s disease signs and symptoms relating to the brain’s ability to represent motor output, which can aid in the diagnosis, treatment, and monitoring of neurological conditions. ... read more
Source: Parkinson’s News TodayPublished on 2019-01-25By Jonathan Grinstein