Gray matter volume is associated with rate of subsequent skill learning after a long term training intervention.
The ability to predict learning performance from brain imaging data has implications for selecting individuals for training or rehabilitation interventions. Here, we used structural MRI to test whether baseline variations in gray matter (GM) volume correlated with subsequent performance after a long-term training of a complex whole-body task. 44 naïve participants were scanned before undertaking daily juggling practice for 6weeks, following either a high intensity or a low intensity training ...Expand abstract
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articletitle: Gray matter volume is associated with rate of subsequent skill learning after a long term training intervention
copyright: Copyright © 2014 The Authors. Published by Elsevier Inc.
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