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Functional effects of active-passive movement priming on motor learning (Exp 4).

By Winston D. Byblow (320726), Cathy M. Stinear (320725), Marie-Claire Smith (328708), Lotte Bjerre (328709), Brian K. Flaskager (328711) and Alana B. McCambridge (328712)


<p><b>A.</b> Normalized times taken to complete Grooved Pegboard test for MIR, ALT and NONE conditions. Each point represents the average of 11 participants. <b>B.</b> Rate of learning was quantified as the slope of normalized times obtained within each Block. ALT and NONE did not differ and were combined into a single control group (CON, N = 22). A Mixed ANOVA indicated a main effect of Block and a Group×Block interaction. Slopes were steeper in Block 1 than Block 2 and 3, which did not differ. MIR slope was steeper than CON for During Block only. * <i>P</i>&lt;0.05; ** <i>P</i>&lt;0.005.</p

Topics: Neuroscience, Physiology, active-passive, priming
Year: 2013
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0033882.g004
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