Just to be a little provocative and take an idea beyond the domain it was birthed and intended for – what happens when a whole day is shaped by predicted sensory consequences and not just a momentary action? In predictive processing, a prediction itself acts as a motor command. This means a context, goal thought, … Continue reading Sensory consequences to bring about actions – where does it end?
How do we make tDCS more effective? Galea – during visuomotor adaptation task, cerebellar tDCS leads to faster acquisition, while M1 stim leads to better retention. A clear double dissociation that highlights distinct roles of the two structures during motor learning. Pope – subtraction vs addition dual tasks. Subtraction the harder task and tDCS was … Continue reading Notes – PRISM lab meeting, Chris
It's Friday afternoon of the first week back in the second year of my PhD. Thoughts and discussions over a very restful Christmas break culminated in a decision to start a regular blog, reflecting on my patterns of work, steps forwards, difficulties and maybe a little content of the research I'm doing in the aim … Continue reading Finding the rhythm