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Investigating the role of inhibition in healthy human motor system plasticity

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Across our lifespan we encounter novel physical problems that must be overcome by learning to produce new movements, or to adapt the movements we already know. Learning or adaptation of these skills is the result of plastic changes occurring across a network of motor areas within the brain. The factors influencing these changes across the brain, and how they link to behaviour are not currently well understood. This multimodal thesis primarily focuses on elucidating the link between motor s...

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Ainslie Johnstone
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DPhil
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University of Oxford

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