Subject: Neuroscience(all) | Magnetic Resonance Imaging | Memory | 610 Medicine & health | Young Adult | Learning | Brain training | Brain imaging, Brain training, Functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), Memory, Motor performance, Neurofeedback, Real-time fMRI, Self-regulation | Real-time fMRI | Female | Neuroscience Center Zurich | Functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) | Brain imaging | Motor Cortex | Hippocampus | Clinic for Psychiatry, Psychotherapy, and Psychosomatics | Psychomotor Performance | Brain | Article | Neuropsychology and Physiological Psychology | Center for Integrative Human Physiology | Self-regulation | Attention | Reaction Time | 570 Life sciences; biology | Motor performance | Adult | Humans | Male | Neurofeedback
Task performance depends on ongoing brain activity which can be influenced by attention, arousal, or motivation. However, such modulating factors of cognitive efficiency are unspecific, can be difficult to control, and are not suitable to facilitate neural processing in... View more
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