A classical approach to the study of the brain is to look into perceptual, motor and cognitive abilities separately. However, much evidence suggests that mutual interaction between action and perception with the sensorimotor system also plays a key role in shaping cognitive functions (such as numerical cognition). There are multiple aspects of the association between the sensorimotor system and cognitive functions that still have to be fully understood. For example, are all sensorimotor abilities equally linked to cognitive functions or is this interplay domain-specific? Are these interactions equally effective over the life span or particularly salient at specific developmental stages? What are the consequences of early/late sensorimotor impairments on the development and proficiency of cognitive function?
The aim of this Special Issue is to advance the comprehension of the interplay between sensorimotor mechanisms and cognitive abilities by bringing together studies using different methodologies including psychophysics, brain imaging, neuropsychology and neurophysiology. The Special Issue will welcome original research articles as well as reviews involving neurotypical and/or clinical cases covering the entire life span (from infancy to late adulthood).
Prof. Roberto Arrighi and Dr. Giovanni Anobile
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- On the Nature of the Interplay of Perception, Action, and CognitionGiovanni Anobile, Roberto ArrighiJ. Integr. Neurosci. 2022, 21(6), 151; https://doi.org/10.31083/j.jin2106151(This article belongs to the Special Issue Association between Sensorimotor System and Cognitive Functions)15Download37Views