The attachments report movement-related potential recorded at the Cleveland Clinic by the team that Dr. Collura worked with. It shows potentials recorded invasively (sensors placed inside the head, directly on the brain). Among the interesting findings is that the brain potentials associated with movement begin up to several seconds before the movement. They even begin before the subject experiences the intention to move.
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