The Statistical Determinants of the Speed of Motor Learning

Abstract

It has recently been suggested that movement variability directly increases the speed of motor learning. Here we use computational modeling of motor adaptation to show that variability can have a broad range of effects on learning, both negative and positive. Experimentally, we also find contributing and decelerating effects. Lastly, through a meta-analysis… (More)
DOI: 10.1371/journal.pcbi.1005023

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