Neural correlates of performance variability during motor sequence acquisition

@article{Albouy2012NeuralCO,
  title={Neural correlates of performance variability during motor sequence acquisition},
  author={Genevi{\`e}ve Albouy and Virginie Sterpenich and Gilles Vandewalle and Annabelle Darsaud and Steffen Gais and G{\'e}raldine Rauchs and Martin Desseilles and M{\'e}lanie Boly and Thanh Dang-Vu and Evelyne Balteau and Christian Degueldre and Christophe Phillips and Andr{\'e} Luxen and Pierre Maquet},
  journal={NeuroImage},
  year={2012},
  volume={60},
  pages={324-331}
}
During the initial training of a motor sequence, performance becomes progressively faster but also increasingly reproducible and consistent. However, performance temporarily becomes more variable at mid-training, reflecting a change in the motor representation and the eventual selection of the optimal performance mode (Adi-Japha et al., 2008). At the cerebral level, whereas performance speed is known to be related to the activity in cerebello-cortical and striato-cortical networks, the neural… CONTINUE READING

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