Turner, Lauren; Croft, Rodney; Churchyard, Andrew; Looi, Jeffrey; Apthorp, Deborah; Georgiou-Karistianis, Nellie
Background: Huntington's disease (HD) causes progressive motor dysfunction through characteristic atrophy. Changes to neural structure begin in premanifest stages yet individuals are able to maintain a high degree of function, suggesting involvement of supportive processing during motor performance. Electroencephalography (EEG) enables the investigation of subtle impairments at the neuronal level, and possible compensatory strategies, by examining differential activation patterns. We aimed to...[Show more]
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