Resting-state Functional Connectivity is an Age-dependent Predictor of Motor Learning Abilities.

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This magnetoencephalography study investigates how ageing modulates the relationship between pre-learning resting-state functional connectivity (rsFC) and subsequent learning. Neuromagnetic resting-state activity was recorded 5 min before motor sequence learning in 14 young (19-30 years) and 14 old (66-70 years) participants. We used a seed-based beta-band… (More)
DOI: 10.1093/cercor/bhw286

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@article{Mary2017RestingstateFC, title={Resting-state Functional Connectivity is an Age-dependent Predictor of Motor Learning Abilities.}, author={Alison Mary and Vincent Wens and Marc Op de beeck and Rachel Leproult and Xavier De Ti{\`e}ge and Philippe Peigneux}, journal={Cerebral cortex}, year={2017}, volume={27 10}, pages={4923-4932} }