To What Extent Can Motor Imagery Replace Motor Execution While Learning a Fine Motor Skill?
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Instytucja
Wydział Fizyki (Uniwersytet im. Adama Mickiewicza w Poznaniu)
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Główny język publikacji
en
Czasopismo
Advances in Cognitive Psychology
ISSN
1895-1171
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Wydawca
Vizja press&IT
DOI
Rok publikacji
2016
Numer zeszytu
4
Strony od-do
178-191
Numer tomu
12
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en
motor imagery
ne motor skill
learning
motor execu- tion
motor preparation
dsP task
eeg
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Język
en
Treść
Motor imagery is generally thought to share common mechanisms with motor execution. in the present study, we examined to what extent learning a ne motor skill by motor imagery may sub- stitute physical practice. learning e ects were assessed by manipulating the proportion of mo- tor execution and motor imagery trials. Additionally, learning e ects were compared between participants with an explicit motor imagery instruction and a control group. A go/nogo discrete sequence production (dsP) task was employed, wherein a ve-stimulus sequence presented on each trial indicated the required sequence of nger movements after a go signal. in the case of a nogo signal, participants either had to imagine carrying out the response sequence (the motor imagery group), or the response sequence had to be withheld (the control group). two practice days were followed by a nal test day on which all sequences had to be executed. learning e ects were assessed by computing response times (rts) and the percentages of correct responses (Pcs). the electroencephalogram (eeg) was additionally measured on this test day to examine whether motor preparation and the involvement of visual short term memory (vstM) depended on the amount of physical/mental practice. Accuracy data indicated strong learning e ects. however, a substantial amount of physical practice was required to reach an optimal speed. eeg results sug- gest the involvement of vstM for sequences that had less or no physical practice in both groups. the absence of di erences between the motor imagery and the control group underlines the pos- sibility that motor preparation may actually resemble motor imagery.
Cechy publikacji
Psychologia
Psychology
discipline:Biofizyka – dziedzina nauk biologicznych
discipline:Medycyna
discipline:Nauki o zdrowiu
discipline:Psychologia
discipline:Biophysics – field of biological sciences
discipline:Medicine
discipline:Health sciences
discipline:Psychology
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Original article presents the results of original research or experiment.
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PBN-R:766491
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