The neurocognition of motor imagery practice

Warm thanks to all who made it possible to meet for three days in order to discuss and speculate about potential mechanisms and contributions of motor imagery to motor performance and motor learning. Special thanks to the co-organizers Stefan Vogt and Aymeric Guillot!

What’s been quite a challenge from an organizational point of view due to pandemic constraints, turned out to be a lively platform of exchange among researchers from motor imagery/ motor imagery practice and motor control/ motor learning. A source of inspiration and a starting point for future collaborations to further look into what we’ve just started to approach.

See here for more details on the workshop.

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