Jack P. Solomon
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Skill acquisition via motor imagery relies on both motor and perceptual learning.
TGJ Ingram, SN Kraeutner, JP Solomon, DA Westwood, SG Boe
Behavioral Neuroscience 130 (2), 252, 2016
382016
Experience modulates motor imagery‐based brain activity
SN Kraeutner, SR McWhinney, JP Solomon, L Dithurbide, SG Boe
European Journal of Neuroscience 47 (10), 1221-1229, 2018
222018
Reliability for non-invasive somatosensory cortex localization: Implications for pre-surgical mapping
J Solomon, S Boe, T Bardouille
Clinical neurology and neurosurgery 139, 224-229, 2015
162015
Movement related sensory feedback is not necessary for learning to execute a motor skill
TGJ Ingram, JP Solomon, DA Westwood, SG Boe
Behavioural brain research 359, 135-142, 2019
122019
Probing the temporal dynamics of movement inhibition in motor imagery
JP Solomon, SN Kraeutner, T Bardouille, SG Boe
Brain research 1720, 146310, 2019
52019
Process dissociation procedure improves assessment of motor imagery ability using implicit sequence learning
JP Solomon, SN Kraeutner, SG Boe
Imagination, Cognition and Personality 39 (1), 25-43, 2019
12019
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