Anodal tDCS over Primary Motor Cortex Provides No Advantage to Learning Motor Sequences via Observation.

Anodal tDCS over Primary Motor Cortex Provides No Advantage to Learning Motor Sequences via Observation.
Related ArticlesAnodal tDCS over Primary Motor Cortex Provides No Advantage to Learning Motor Sequences via Observation. Neural Plast. 2018;2018:1237962 Authors: Apšvalka D, Ramsey R, Cross ES Abstract When learning a new motor skill, we benefit from watching others. It has been suggested that observation of others' actions can build a motor representation in the observer, and as such, physical and observational learning might share a similar neural basis. If physical and observational learning share a similar neural basis, then motor cortex stimulation during observational practice should similarly enhance learning by observation as it does through physical practice. Here, we ... read more
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