Elsevier (Cell Press)
The primary motor cortex is a critical node in the network of brain regions responsible for voluntary motor behavior. It has been less appreciated, however, that the motor cortex exhibits sensory responses in a variety of modalities including vision and somatosensation. We review current work that emphasizes the heterogeneity in sensorimotor responses in the motor cortex and focus on its implications for cortical control of movement as well as for brain-machine interface development.
Hatsopoulos, Nicholas G. and Suminski, Aaron J., "Sensing with the Motor Cortex" (2011). Biomedical Engineering Faculty Research and Publications. 484.