Neural Correlates of Motor Learning

Understanding the underlying mechanisms of motor learning is crucial to improve neurorehabilitation. We aim to investigate the use of neural signals reflecting the cognitive and motor status of the trainee to adapt robotic training strategies to the patient’s individual needs and improve neurorehabilitation. In order to get a better insight into brain-related intrinsic factors during therapy, electroencephalography (EEG) and functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) are used to identify neurocognitive markers underlying motor learning.

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