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Learning movement and relearning after stroke

Thursday, October 8, 2020 - 11:00

Dr. Amy Bastian of John Hopkins explains normal and abnormal motor learning and how we can use this information to improve rehabilitation for individuals with neurological damage.

 

Human motor learning depends on a suite of brain mechanisms that are driven by different signals and operate on timescales ranging from minutes to years. Understanding these processes requires identifying how new movement patterns are normally acquired, retained and generalized, as well as the effects of distinct brain lesions. This lecture will focus on normal and abnormal motor learning and how we can use this information to improve rehabilitation for individuals with neurological damage.

 
Amy Bastian
Professor
Neuroscience
Johns Hopkins University
This video is a part of:
2020 Symposium: Pioneering NeuroHealth