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Multiple Processes Independently Predict Motor Learning
Perry et al. J Neuro Engineering Rehabil (2020) 17:151 https://doi.org/10.1186/s12984-020-00766-3.
The authors of this paper used an ethological approach to test the hypothesis that practice-related refinements of multiple behavioural features would be independently predictive of motor learning.
- Motor learning results from neural adaptations that produce refinements of behavioural features of motor tasks.
- Motor learning can induce changes in visual processing that are associated with the refinements of skilled limb movement.
- The interactions between skilled limb movements and visual search lead to coordinated patterns of the eyes and limbs (ie., hand-eye...