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The "Motor" in Implicit Motor Sequence Learning

The "Motor" in Implicit Motor Sequence Learning: A Foot-stepping Serial Reaction Time Task

Article DOI: 10.3791/56483 10:39 min May 3rd, 2018
May 3rd, 2018



We introduce the foot-stepping serial reaction time (SRT) task. This modified SRT task, complementing the classic SRT task that involves only finger-pressing movement, better approximates daily sequenced activities and allows researchers to study the dynamic processes underlying discrete response measures and disentangle the explicit process operating in implicit sequence learning.



Implicit Motor Sequence Learning Cognitive Processes Explicit Process Foot-stepping Serial Reaction Time Task Motor Learning Developmental Field Age-related Development Motor Control Complexity Sequential Skills Daily Life Activities Dancing Playing Musical Instruments Playing Sports Movement Difficulties Developmental Coordination Disorder (DCD) Wii Game Dance Dance Revolution
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