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Title: Parkinson’s disease motor disorganization and temporal processing
Authors: Florio, Tiziana M.
Keywords: Parkinson's disease -- Etiology
Motor ability -- Physiological aspects
Parkinson's disease -- Patients
Movement disorders
Issue Date: 2017-12
Publisher: Malta Chamber of Scientists
Citation: Florio, T. M. (2017). Parkinson’s disease motor disorganization and temporal processing. Xjenza, 5(2), 151-153.
Abstract: Motor control is essential for everyday life and highly contributes to the development and organisation of higher cognitive functions. Embodied cognition endemically approaches cognitive activities, grounding on sensory-motor processes and the ability to switch from each other in response to specific context and situations. In this view, it is possible to deliberate higher functions such as “expertise” and “decision making” as the ability to reactivate, deconstruct and reconstruct different motor plans in their subroutines to plastically react to external or internal environmental requirements.
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