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We provide an experimental analysis of the factors that determine unintentional lower limb action in a patient with cortico-basal degeneration. We show a dissociation between lower limb movements in a novel task and the ability to remember task instructions. In addition, there were effects of the pre-potency of the learned response to the stimulus, with different effects emerging with familiar and unfamiliar stimuli.

Type

Journal article

Journal

Neuropsychologia

Publication Date

2001

Volume

39

Pages

574 - 579

Keywords

Basal Ganglia Diseases, Cerebral Cortex, Female, Humans, Leg, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Movement Disorders, Recognition (Psychology)