Clinton Woolsey illustration of the effects on movement of the stimulation of various locations in the cortex.

The ability of neurons to control movement and to sense the environment can be studied by electrical stimulation and recording techniques.  Clinton Woolsey pioneered these methods and communicated his findings via his figurine and animalculi drawings.
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