Understanding sensorimotor adaptation and learning for rehabilitation.

@article{Bastian2008UnderstandingSA,
  title={Understanding sensorimotor adaptation and learning for rehabilitation.},
  author={Amy J. Bastian},
  journal={Current opinion in neurology},
  year={2008},
  volume={21 6},
  pages={628-33}
}
PURPOSE OF REVIEW Understanding the behavioral mechanisms of sensorimotor adaptation and learning is essential for designing rational rehabilitation interventions. RECENT FINDINGS Adaptation is the trial-and-error process of adjusting movement to new demands and is now thought to be more than a simple error cancellation process. Instead, it may calibrate the brain's prediction of how the body will move and takes into account costs associated with the new task demand. Damage of the cerebellum… CONTINUE READING
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