Episode 6 - Consequences for your actions. Raising the stakes to improve motor learning.
In motor learning a new skill, we hope for some powerful neuroplasticity. Threats & physical consequences are worth considering.
Papers James mentioned in the podcast:
Bakkum, A., & Marigold, D. S. (2022). Learning from the Physical Consequences of Our Actions Improves Motor Memory. eNeuro, 9(3). https://doi.org/10.1523/ENEURO.0459-21.2022
Okubo, Y., Brodie, M. A., Sturnieks, D. L., Hicks, C., & Lord, S. R. (2019). A pilot study of reactive balance training using trips and slips with increasing unpredictability in young and older adults: biomechanical mechanisms, falls and clinical feasibility. Clinical Biomechanics , 67, 171–179.
McCrum, C., Bhatt, T., Gerards, M., Karamanidis, K., Rogers, M., Lord, S. R., & Okubo, Y. (2022). Perturbation-based Balance Training: Principles, Mechanisms and Implementation in Clinical Practice. In https://osf.io › preprintshttps://osf.io › preprintshttps://osf.io › downloadhttps://osf.io › download. https://doi.org/10.3389/fspor.2022.1015394