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2. If humans had a MNS, where would they be theoretically found?

  • STS
  • Premotor cortex
  • M1
  • F5

3. Which of these is NOT an argument against a human MNS?

  • Neuroimaging is correlational
  • Indirect evidence
  • Human single cell studies have not shown evidence of converging activation
  • Correlational evidence between visual and motor activity

4. What does TMS to human M1 do?

  • Causes MEPs in muscles
  • Decreases M1 activity
  • Increases activation in visual and motor areas
  • Make it harder to discriminate actions

5. What blocks the mechanoreceptor input to tell you that you are not being touched?

  • Basal ganglia complex
  • Re-entrant circuits in basal ganglia
  • A nerve block in brachial plexus
  • Alpha motor neurones


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