motor learning

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motor learning

[′mōd·ər ‚lərn·iŋ]
(psychology)
In animals or humans, learning to perform some motor task in response to a given event or stimulus.
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An attempt to distinguish between kinematic and motor memory components.
A month later, the subjects still showed the learning gains, meaning that the tDCS helped create durable motor memory.
Washington, Sept 14 (ANI): Scientists have for the first time uncovered how short and long-term motor memory work together and compete against one another.
Throughout weeks, months, and even years of correct and specific execution, the CNS stores information on the techniques of the movement in the form of motor memory impressions.
In this zone, Hicks subconsciously reverted to motor memory.
This approach leverages the proven effectiveness of multi-sensory teaching techniques, combining video analysis and physical training to instill motor memory and auditory cues that provide instant biofeedback reinforcement.