|Title:||Brain white matter correlates of learning ankle tracking using a wearable device: importance of the superior longitudinal fasciculus II||Authors:||Shiao, Chishan
Tseng, Wen-Yih Isaac
|Keywords:||Diffusion-weighted spectrum imaging; Interactive ankle learning; Machine-computer interface; Magnetic resonance imaging; Middle-aged; Motor sequence learning; Older adults; Online visual feedback; Task-specific; Wearable device||Issue Date:||27-Jun-2022||Publisher:||BMC||Journal Volume:||19||Journal Issue:||1||Source:||Journal of neuroengineering and rehabilitation||Abstract:||
Wearable devices have been found effective in training ankle control in patients with neurological diseases. However, the neural mechanisms associated with using wearable devices for ankle training remain largely unexplored. This study aimed to investigate the ankle tracking performance and brain white matter changes associated with ankle tracking learning using a wearable-device system and the behavior-brain structure relationships in middle-aged and older adults.
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