Motor Learning: A Review and Directions for Research

Kathryn Bell (Editor)
Corey Russell (Editor)

Series: Neuroscience Research Progress
BISAC: EDU026030



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Chapter one by Elad Vashdi focuses on the incorporation and employment of motor learning principles (MLP) in CAS treatment, presenting a new opening for CAS treatment decision-making which may change the way therapists study and practice CAS. This chapter also presents the Verbal Motor Learning method, which is aimed to deal with CAS. Next, chapter two (by David González-Tapia, Cohutec Vargas-Genis, and Ignacio González-Burgos) discusses a theoretical, methodological and clinical paradigm for motor re-learning and rehabilitation, based on a connection between understanding of the psychobiological fundamentals of neural plasticity and the design of rehabilitation schedules. Finally, Hideki Nakano and Takayuki Kodama explore the three strategies of motor learning and the brain mechanisms believed to underlie each in chapter three. (Imprint: Nova)


Chapter 1. Motor Learning Principles in the Service of Childhood Apraxia of Speech
Elad Vashdi

Chapter 2. Psychobiological and Clinical Relationships in Motor Rehabilitation
David González-Tapia, Cohutec Vargas-Genis, and Ignacio González-Burgos

Chapter 3. Strategies and Underlying Brain Mechanisms of Motor Learning
Hideki Nakano and Takayuki Kodama


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