Dissociable effects of practice variability on learning motor and timing skills

PloS one, Volume 13, Issue 3, 2018.

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Motor skill acquisition inherently depends on the way one practices the motor task. The amount of motor task variability during practice has been shown to foster transfer of the learned skill to other similar motor tasks. In addition, variability in a learning schedule, in which a task and its variations are interweaved during practice, h...More

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