Jago Van Soom

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The "synaptic homeostasis hypothesis" proposes that the brain's capacity to exhibit synaptic plasticity is reduced during the day but restores when sleeping. While this prediction has been confirmed for declarative memories, it is currently unknown whether it is also the case for motor memories. We quantified practice-induced changes in corticomotor(More)
UNLABELLED Changes in both brain structure and neurophysiological function regulating homotopic as well as heterotopic interhemispheric interactions (IHIs) are assumed to be responsible for the bimanual performance deficits in older adults. However, how the structural and functional networks regulating bimanual performance decline in older adults, as well(More)
Even though it has been suggested that the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex (DLPFC) and dorsal premotor cortex (PMd) are highly involved in the planning of bimanual movements, the exact nature (facilitatory or inhibitory) of their role is not well understood. Using a dual-site transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) paradigm, we examined the functional(More)
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