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dcorcos53
12-22-1998, 06:49 AM
Dear Colleagues:

We are interested in measuring movement time for a reaching movement within
an MRI scanner. We realize that metal wires are likely to interfere with
the MR signal. Does anyone know of previous publications in which movement
time has been measured within an MRI scanner? Also, does anyone know of
any companies that might sell an MR compatible device that is capable of
measuring the interval between the time from leaving a start position to
the time of target contact?

As always, a summary will be posted.

Daniel Corcos, Ph.D.
School of Kinesiology (M/C 194)
University of Illinois at Chicago
901 West Roosevelt Road
Chicago, Illinois 60608

Tel: (312) 942-6411 (Rush)
Tel: (312) 355-1708 (University of Illinois at Chicago)
Fax: (312) 355-2305 (University of Illinois at Chicago)
E-mail: dcorcos@uic.edu

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