Transcranial magnetic stimulation has no placebo effect on motor learning.

  title={Transcranial magnetic stimulation has no placebo effect on motor learning.},
  author={Milan B Jeli{\'c} and Vuk B Stevanovi{\'c} and Sladjan D Milanovi{\'c} and Milos Ljubisavljevic and Sa{\vs}a R Filipovi{\'c}},
  journal={Clinical neurophysiology : official journal of the International Federation of Clinical Neurophysiology},
  volume={124 8},
OBJECTIVE Motor learning is the core cognitive function in neurorehabilitation and in various other skill-training activities (e.g. sport, music). Therefore, there is an increasing interest in the use of transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) methods for its enhancement. However, although usually assumed, a potential placebo effect of TMS methods on motor learning has never been systematically investigated. METHODS Improvement of performance on the Purdue Pegboard Task over three test-blocks… CONTINUE READING
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