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An influential idea in human motor learning is that there is a consolidation period during which motor memories are transformed from a fragile to a permanent state, no longer susceptible to interference from new learning. The evidence supporting this idea comes from studies showing that the motor memory of a task (A) is lost when an opposing task (B) is(More)
Numerous studies have shown that when people encounter a sudden and novel sensorimotor transformation that alters perceived or actual movement, they gradually adapt and can later recall what they have learned if they encounter the transformation again. In this study, we tested whether retention and recall of learning is also observed when kinematic and(More)
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