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Hui-Ting Goh, Ya-Yun Lee and Beth E. Fisher Neural correlates of dual-task practice benefit on motor learning: a repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation study European Journal of Neuroscience 37

Article first published online: 15 MAR 2013 | DOI: 10.1111/ejn.12192

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Participants practiced a finger sequence task under either single- or dual-task (probe) condition. 1 Hz rTMS was delivered to either dPM or M1 after practice for the rTMS groups. Motor learning was assessed by computing forgetting, the performance difference between immediate retention (R1) and delayed retention (R2) tests. Dual-task practice led to less forgetting compared to single-task practice. rTMS to dPM but not M1 attenuated the benefit of dual-task practice.

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