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作者:Sara Halakoo , Fatemeh Ehsani , Motahareh Hosnian ...
来源:[J].Journal of Clinical Neuroscience(IF 1.253), 2020, Vol.72, pp.8-14
摘要:... bilateral tDCS (Bi-tDCS) is another important factor that can affect the physiological results of tDCS intervention on motor learning and motor performance. According to the evidence, some studies indicated that motor performance or motor learning are facilitated in healt...
作者:Hisato Sugata , Kazuhiro Yagi , Shogo Yazawa ...
来源:[J].NeuroImage(IF 6.252), 2020, Vol.210
摘要:Abstract(#br)It has been suggested that resting-state functional connectivity (rs-FC) between the primary motor area (M1) region of the brain and other brain regions may be a predictor of motor learning, although this suggestion is still controversial. In the work reported here, ...
作者:Matteo Bologna , Andrea Guerra , Giulia Paparella ...
来源:[J].Neuroscience(IF 3.122), 2019, Vol.411, pp.130-139
摘要:Abstract(#br)It is well established that the primary motor cortex (M1) plays a significant role in motor learning in healthy humans. It is unclear, however, whether mechanisms of motor learning include M1 oscillatory activity. In this study, we aimed to test whether M1 oscillat...
作者:Takehide Kimura , Wataru Nakano
来源:[J].Human Movement Science(IF 2.064), 2019, Vol.66, pp.109-116
摘要:Abstract(#br)Motor learning plays an important role in the acquisition of new motor skills. In this study, we investigated whether repetition of a cognitive task promoted motor learning. Fifty-one young adults were assigned to either the early, late, or control groups. All p...
作者:Korey Kam , Ward D. Pettibone , Kaitlyn Shim ...
来源:[J].Neurobiology of Learning and Memory(IF 3.327), 2019, Vol.166
摘要:Abstract(#br)Sleep spindles have been implicated in motor learning in human subjects, but their occurrence, timing in relation to cortical slow oscillations, and relationship to offline gains in motor learning have not been examined in animal models. In this study, we recorded E...
作者:Jessica F. Baird , Mary E. Gaughan , Heath M. Saffer ...
来源:[J].Neurobiology of Learning and Memory(IF 3.327), 2018, Vol.156, pp.33-44
摘要:Abstract(#br)Background(#br)Pairing a bout of high-intensity exercise with motor task practice can enhance motor learning beyond task practice alone, which is thought, in part, to be facilitated by an exercise-related increase in brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF). The purp...
作者:Hisato Sugata , Kazuhiro Yagi , Shogo Yazawa ...
来源:[J].Neuroscience(IF 3.122), 2018
摘要:Abstract(#br)Motor function can be modulated by transcranial alternating current stimulation (tACS) in alpha, beta, and high-gamma frequencies. However, few studies have investigated tACS-induced behavioral changes in combination with endogenous oscillatory neural activity in det...
作者:Yoshiki Koizume , Masato Hirano , Shinji Kubota ...
来源:[J].Behavioural Brain Research(IF 3.327), 2017, Vol.330, pp.56-62
摘要:Abstract(#br)To examine the factors that influence the inter-individual differences in the changes in primary motor cortex (M1) excitability seen after motor learning, we investigated the relationship between the amplitude of transcranial magnetic stimulation-induced motor evok...
作者:Laura Crocco , Patricia McCabe , Catherine Madill
来源:[J].Journal of Voice(IF 1.55), 2018
摘要:Summary(#br)Introduction(#br)Classical singing is a complex and multifaceted skill that requires the amalgamation of multiple cognitive, perceptual and motor functions. The teaching of classical singing is consequently a unique skill that holds further complexity. The singer is r...
作者:O. Lambercy , Schubring-Giese M. , Vigaru B. ...
来源:[J].Behavioural Brain Research(IF 3.327), 2015, Vol.278, pp.569-576
摘要:Abstract(#br)Rodent models are widely used to investigate neural changes in response to motor learning. Usually, the behavioral readout of motor learning tasks used for this purpose is restricted to a binary measure of performance (i.e. “successful” movement vs. “fail...

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