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Sensorimotor Oscillatory Phase-Power Interaction Gates Resting Human Corticospinal Output.
Oscillatory activity within sensorimotor networks is characterized by time-varying changes in phase and power. The influence of interactions between sensorimotor oscillatory phase and power on humanExpand
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Recent History of Effector Use Modulates Practice-Dependent Changes in Corticospinal Excitability but Not Motor Learning
BACKGROUND The theory of homeostatic metaplasticity has significant implications for human motor cortical plasticity and motor learning. Previous work has shown that the extent of recent effector useExpand
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A locomotor adaptation including explicit knowledge and removal of postadaptation errors induces complete 24-hour retention.
Locomotor patterns are generally very consistent but also contain a high degree of adaptability. Motor adaptation is a short-term type of learning that utilizes this plasticity to alter locomotorExpand
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No Enhancement of 24-Hour Visuomotor Skill Retention by Post-Practice Caffeine Administration
Caffeine is widely consumed throughout the world and appears to indirectly facilitate learning and memory through effects on attention and motivation. Animal work indicates that post-trainingExpand
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Identifying site- and stimulation-specific TMS-evoked EEG potentials using a quantitative cosine similarity metric
The ability to interpret transcanial magnetic stimulation (TMS) evoked EEG potentials (TEPs) is limited by artifacts, such as auditory evoked responses produced by the TMS coil. TEPs generated fromExpand
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Syncope And Atrial Fibrillation: Which Is The Chicken And Which Is The Egg?
Syncope and atrial fibrillation are both common entities and frequently occur together in an acute clinical scenario. Treatment of each in this presentation requires acquiring a good history andExpand
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3D strength surfaces for ankle plantar- and dorsi-flexion in healthy adults: an isometric and isokinetic dynamometry study
BackgroundThe ankle is an important component of the human kinetic chain, and deficits in ankle strength can negatively impact functional tasks such as balance and gait. While peak torque isExpand
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Perturbation schedule does not alter retention of a locomotor adaptation across days.
Motor adaptation in response to gradual vs. abrupt perturbation schedules may involve different neural mechanisms, potentially leading to different levels of motor memory. However, no study hasExpand
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Probing phase- and frequency-dependent characteristics of cortical interneurons using combined transcranial alternating current stimulation and transcranial magnetic stimulation.
Paired-pulse transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) and peripheral stimulation combined with TMS can be used to study cortical interneuronal circuitry. By combining these procedures with concurrentExpand
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Phase-dependent transcranial magnetic stimulation of the lesioned hemisphere is accurate after stroke
Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) can produce plastic changes within descending motor pathways and distributed brain networks [1,2]. It has been proposed that TMS could enhance post-strokeExpand
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