Egobel

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Name: Eric Gobel
Date registered: March 15, 2010

Latest posts

  1. Neural Correlates of Skill Acquisition: Decreased Cortical Activity During a Serial Interception Sequence Learning Task — February 1, 2011
  2. Decreased BOLD response in a bilateral premotor-occipital-parietal network during performance of a practiced serial interception sequence — March 18, 2010
  3. Decreased activity in a distributed cortical network during performance of a practiced serial interception sequence — March 18, 2010
  4. Neural correlates of the integration of timing with order in perceptual-motor sequence learning — March 18, 2010

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Feb 01

Neural Correlates of Skill Acquisition: Decreased Cortical Activity During a Serial Interception Sequence Learning Task

Gobel, E.W., Parrish, T.B., & Reber, P.J. (2011). NeuroImage. Learning of complex motor skills requires learning of component movements as well as the sequential structure of their order and timing. Using a Serial Interception Sequence Learning (SISL) task, participants learned a sequence of precisely timed interception responses through training with a repeating sequence. Functional MRI …

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Mar 18

Decreased BOLD response in a bilateral premotor-occipital-parietal network during performance of a practiced serial interception sequence

Eric W. Gobel, Paul J. Reber; Northwestern University Cognitive Neuroscience Society 2010 Annual Meeting, Montreal, QB. 19 April 2010. Most well practiced perceptual-motor skills are composed of a learned sequence of movements that must be performed in a particular order with specific, precise timing. Neuroimaging was used to identify the sequence-specific changes in neural activity …

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Mar 18

Decreased activity in a distributed cortical network during performance of a practiced serial interception sequence

Eric W. Gobel, Paul J. Reber; Northwestern University Society for Neuroscience Chicago Chapter 2010 Meeting, Chicago, IL. 25 March 2010. Most well practiced perceptual-motor skills are composed of a learned sequence of movements that must be performed in a particular order with specific, precise timing. Neuroimaging was used to identify the sequence-specific changes in neural …

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Mar 18

Neural correlates of the integration of timing with order in perceptual-motor sequence learning

Eric W. Gobel, Paul J. Reber; Northwestern University Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting 2009, Chicago, IL. 21 Oct 2009. Most well practiced perceptual-motor skills that we execute are composed of a learned sequence of movements that must be performed in a particular order with specific timing. Experiments described here support the idea that order and …

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