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Brain Neurorehabil. 2010 Sep;3(2):64-69. Korean. Review.
Kim DY , Joo SY , Yu SJ .
Department of Rehabilitation Medicine and Research Institute of Rehabilitation Medicine, Yonsei University College of Medicine, Korea.

Motor Learning is a relatively permanent change in the capability for skilled motor performance as a result of practice or experience. Rehabilitation is fundamentally a process of relearning. With advanced neuro-imaging, the roles of brain areas related to motor learning have been revealed. However, results of a single study represent only parts of a puzzle of the neuronal changes underlying motor learning. The neural substrates of motor learning with a combined view of functional imaging data were reviewed.

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