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This task was adapted from the one developed by Buckner and colleagues (Buckner et al. 2011; Yeo et al. 2011). Participants are presented with visual cues that ask them to either tap their left or right fingers, or squeeze their left or right toes, or move their tongue to map motor areas. Each block of a movement type lasted 12 seconds (10 movements), and is preceded by a 3 second cue. In each of the two runs, there are 13 blocks, with 2 of tongue movements, 4 of hand movements (2 right and 2 left), and 4 of foot movements (2 right and 2 left). In addition, there are 3 15-second fixation blocks per run. This task contains the following events, each of which is computed against the fixation baseline.

This task is included in the Human Connectome Project (HCP) 500 subject data release.
http://humanconnectome.org/documentation/S500/HCP_S500+MEG2_Release_Reference_Manual.pdf

References for Motor Task: Localizer (Morioka et al. 1995; Bizzi et al. 2008; Buckner et al. 2011; Yeo et al. 2011).
Definition contributed by VSochat about two years ago
Member of collection: Human Connectome Project (HCP) 500 Subject Release tfMRI
Progenitor of: stop signal walking task with stroop
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EXTERNAL DATASETS for motor fMRI task paradigm
Dataset #1 NeuroVault Group Maps
CONDITIONS

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REVISION 3

Definition contributed by VSochat about two years ago:This task was adapted from the one developed by Buckner and colleagues (Buckner et al. 2011; Yeo et al. 2011). Participants are presented with visual cues that ask them to either tap their left or right fingers, or squeeze their left or right toes, or move their tongue to map motor areas. Each block of a movement type lasted 12 seconds (10 movements), and is preceded by a 3 second cue. In each of the two runs, there are 13 blocks, with 2 of tongue movements, 4 of hand movements (2 right and 2 left), and 4 of foot movements (2 right and 2 left). In addition, there are 3 15-second fixation blocks per run. This task contains the following events, each of which is computed against the fixation baseline. This task is included in the Human Connectome Project (HCP) 500 subject data release. http://humanconnectome.org/documentation/S500/HCP_S500+MEG2_Release_Reference_Manual.pdf References for Motor Task: Localizer (Morioka et al. 1995; Bizzi et al. 2008; Buckner et al. 2011; Yeo et al. 2011).

REVISION 2

Definition contributed by VSochat about two years ago:This task was adapted from the one developed by Buckner and colleagues (Buckner et al. 2011; Yeo et al. 2011). Participants are presented with visual cues that ask them to either tap their left or right fingers, or squeeze their left or right toes, or move their tongue to map motor areas. Each block of a movement type lasted 12 seconds (10 movements), and is preceded by a 3 second cue. In each of the two runs, there are 13 blocks, with 2 of tongue movements, 4 of hand movements (2 right and 2 left), and 4 of foot movements (2 right and 2 left). In addition, there are 3 15-second fixation blocks per run. This task contains the following events, each of which is computed against the fixation baseline. This task is used in the Human Connectome Project. This task is included in the Human Connectome Project (HCP) 500 subject data release. http://humanconnectome.org/documentation/S500/HCP_S500+MEG2_Release_Reference_Manual.pdf References for Motor Task: Localizer (Morioka et al. 1995; Bizzi et al. 2008; Buckner et al. 2011; Yeo et al. 2011).

REVISION 1

Definition contributed by VSochat about two years ago:This task was adapted from the one developed by Buckner and colleagues (Buckner et al. 2011; Yeo et al. 2011). Participants are presented with visual cues that ask them to either tap their left or right fingers, or squeeze their left or right toes, or move their tongue to map motor areas. Each block of a movement type lasted 12 seconds (10 movements), and is preceded by a 3 second cue. In each of the two runs, there are 13 blocks, with 2 of tongue movements, 4 of hand movements (2 right and 2 left), and 4 of foot movements (2 right and 2 left). In addition, there are 3 15-second fixation blocks per run. This task contains the following events, each of which is computed against the fixation baseline. This task is used in the Human Connectome Project. References for Motor Task: Localizer (Morioka et al. 1995; Bizzi et al. 2008; Buckner et al. 2011; Yeo et al. 2011).

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Functional connectivity-based parcellation of the human sensorimotor cortex.
Long X, Goltz D, Margulies DS, Nierhaus T, Villringer A
The European journal of neuroscience (Eur J Neurosci)
2014 Apr
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