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Cortex view showing motor imagery (left) and the activation of the motor cortex while looking at an image showing a moving person (right).

Cortex view showing motor imagery (left) and the activation of the motor cortex while looking at an image showing a moving person (right).

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Germany has arrived at the point of demographic change: the number of older people will be outweighing the number of younger people within the near future. Therefore, it can be assumed that the demand for skilled nursing personnel will increase continuously. Especially during the care of patients with impaired cognitive or motor behaviors, neuroima...

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