neuroreha 2019; 11(03): 101-106
DOI: 10.1055/a-0890-3832
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Verbesserung motorischen Lernens in der Neurorehabilitation

Optimierung von Übungsbedingungen
Gabriele Wulf
Rebecca Lewthwaite
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Publication History

Publication Date:
06 September 2019 (online)

Drei Faktoren haben großen Einfluss auf das motorische Lernen: Leistungserwartung, Autonomie und externer Fokus der Aufmerksamkeit. Kommen sie zusammen, addieren sie sich in ihrer Wirkung. Therapeuten können diese Effekte in der neurologischen Rehabilitation leicht nutzen.

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