Figure 5.

Example acceleration vectors of TMS-evoked movements. First-peak acceleration vectors of TMS-evoked movements of one of the subjects at the four stimulation times, for all precues combined. Black lines show acceleration vectors (magnitude-direction) of individual movements. The thick red line depicts the average angle of movements evoked during the baseline interval (-900 ms). This angle was used to define the baseline zone (± 30°), which is marked in light red. Baseline, preparatory, and response intervals are marked by light, medium, or dark grey background, respectively (see Figure 1). The plots show a decrease in the proportion of TMS-evoked movements that fell into the baseline zone, at the end of the preparatory interval. This proportion further decreased during the response interval.

van Elswijk et al. BMC Neuroscience 2008 9:51   doi:10.1186/1471-2202-9-51
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