Learning from the other limb's experience: sharing the ‘trained’ M1 representation of the motor sequence knowledge

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KEY POINTS Participants were scanned during the untrained-hand performance of a motor sequence, intensively trained a day earlier, and also a similarly constructed but novel, untrained sequence. The superior performance levels for the trained, compared to the untrained sequence, were associated with a greater magnitude of activity within the primary motor… (More)
DOI: 10.1113/JP270184

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