87 ALTERED VISUOMOTOR PROCESSING IN NA 4 Our cerebral findings with regard to the postural congruency-effect were somewhat unexpected based on traditional reports (i.e. more activity for congruent > incongruent rather than for incongruent > congruent as reported by de Lange et al.58 and Helmich et al.40. This can however be explained by the fact that the manipulation of limb-posture differed between studies. Moreover, more recent work has reported activity for congruent versus incongruent postures similar to our data.70 Importantly, the behavioural advantage for congruent limb-postures and the involvement of parietal cortex, post- and precentral gyri, confirm the embodied nature of the task. Supplementary Table 2 Posture-related activity Table containing information on shared (neuralgic amyotrophy and healthy) activation for the effect of POSTURE (incongruent > congruent, congruent > incongruent) L = left; R = right; FWE = familywise error; TFCE = threshold free cluster enhancement.