Parkinson's disease leads to a variety of movement impairments. While studying the disease with fMRI, the main motivation for the research becomes one of its major obstacles: the motor output is unpredictable. Therefore it is troublesome to access, inside the scanner, performances of motor tasks and reliably relate them to brain measurements. We proposed to overcome this by expanding the patients’ number and restricting statistical criteria from a previous study which used a glove with non-magnetic sensors during scanning. Our results revealed basal ganglia not observed in the previous study confirming the usefulness of the device in fMRI studies.