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Sexual motivation is reflected by stimulus-dependent motor cortex excitability

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Schecklmann, Martin ; Engelhardt, Kristina ; Konzok, Julian ; Rupprecht, Rainer ; Greenlee, Mark W. ; Mokros, Andreas ; Langguth, Berthold ; Poeppl, Timm B.
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Sexual behavior involves motivational processes. Findings from both animal models and neuroimaging in humans suggest that the recruitment of neural motor networks is an integral part of the sexual response. However, no study so far has directly linked sexual motivation to physiologically measurable changes in cerebral motor systems in humans. Using transcranial magnetic stimulation in hetero- and ...


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