Motor adaptation training for faster relearning.

@article{Malone2011MotorAT,
  title={Motor adaptation training for faster relearning.},
  author={Laura A. Malone and Erin V L Vasudevan and Amy Bastian},
  journal={The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience},
  year={2011},
  volume={31 42},
  pages={
          15136-43
        }
}
Adaptation is an error-driven motor learning process that can account for predictable changes in the environment (e.g., walking on ice) or in ourselves (e.g., injury). Our ability to recall and build upon adapted motor patterns across days is essential to this learning process. We investigated how different training paradigms affect the day-to-day memory of an adapted walking pattern. Healthy human adults walked on a split-belt treadmill, and returned the following day to assess recall… CONTINUE READING
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