Resting-state cortical connectivity predicts motor skill acquisition

  title={Resting-state cortical connectivity predicts motor skill acquisition},
  author={Jennifer Wu and Ramesh Srinivasan and Arshdeep Kaur and Steven C. Cramer},
Many studies have examined brain states in an effort to predict individual differences in the capacity for learning, with overall moderate results. The present study investigated how measures of cortical network function acquired at rest using dense-array EEG (256 leads) predict subsequent acquisition of a new motor skill. Brain activity was recorded in 17 healthy young subjects during 3min of wakeful rest prior to a single motor skill training session on a digital version of the pursuit rotor… CONTINUE READING
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