Reduced Neural Differentiation Between Feedback Conditions After Bimanual Coordination Training with and without Augmented Visual Feedback.

@article{Beets2015ReducedND,
  title={Reduced Neural Differentiation Between Feedback Conditions After Bimanual Coordination Training with and without Augmented Visual Feedback.},
  author={Iseult A. M. Beets and Jolien Gooijers and Matthieu P Boisgontier and Lisa Pauwels and James P. Coxon and George F. Wittenberg and Stephan P. Swinnen},
  journal={Cerebral cortex},
  year={2015},
  volume={25 7},
  pages={1958-69}
}
It has been established that bimanual coordination with augmented feedback (FB) versus no augmented feedback (NFB) is associated with activity in different brain regions. It is unclear however, whether this distinction remains after practice comprising both these conditions. Functional magnetic resonance imaging was used in humans to compare visual FB versus NFB conditions for a bimanual tracking task, and their differential evolution across learning. Scanning occurred before (Pre) and after 2… CONTINUE READING