Improving motor performance without training: the effect of combining mirror visual feedback with transcranial direct current stimulation.

@article{Rein2015ImprovingMP,
  title={Improving motor performance without training: the effect of combining mirror visual feedback with transcranial direct current stimulation.},
  author={Erik von Rein and Maike Hoff and Elisabeth Kaminski and Bernhard Sehm and Christopher John Steele and Arno Villringer and Patrick Ragert},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  year={2015},
  volume={113 7},
  pages={
          2383-9
        }
}
Mirror visual feedback (MVF) during motor training has been shown to improve motor performance of the untrained hand. Here we thought to determine if MVF-induced performance improvements of the left hand can be augmented by upregulating plasticity in right primary motor cortex (M1) by means of anodal transcranial direct current stimulation (a-tDCS) while subjects trained with the right hand. Participants performed a ball-rotation task with either their left (untrained) or right (trained) hand… CONTINUE READING
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