Researcher involved: Maxime Robert
Cerebral palsy is a neuromotor disorder caused by brain damage. One of the injuries caused by the lesions results in a motor planning deficit. This process is controlled by several neurological circuits. However, in children with cerebral palsy, the relationship between neurological circuits and motor planning deficits is unknown.
- Objective – To identify neurological substrates that could predict motor planning.
Neuroimaging will be used to observe the neural circuit. Motor planning will be evaluated by strength measurements.