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Postural Control Modulation During Motor Imagery Tasks: A Systematic Review
Author: Nélio Silva De Souza, Ana Carolina Gomes Martins, Keila Da Silva Canuto, Dionis Machado, Silmar Teixeira, Marco Orsini, Manuel Menendez-gonzalez, Bruna Velasques, Pedro Ribeiro, Victor Hugo Do Vale Bastos, Oscar Arias-carrión
Publisher: Internet Medical Publishing
12 pages
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Type of publication: Article
DOI: 10.3823/1642
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The motor imagery (MI) can be defied as the act to codify the mental rehearsal of an intended action, without executing it. The MI has two strategies: kinesthetic (fist person), which the individual feels himself executing the movement and visual (thirdperson), which the individual sees the movement performed by himself or another person.

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