INDIVIDUALIZED REHABILITATION: EMBODYING THE MOVEMENT

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    Description

    The aim of differential learning is to support a subject in finding their individual, context-dependent performance repertoire in order to perform complex motor skills as successfully as possible. Importantly, the goal is to improve the ability of an individual to find successful behavioral patterns under permanently changing internal and environmental conditions.
    The proposed online workshop is scientifically useful for rehabilitation specialists (both students and clinicians) as it promotes movement variability as essential for exploring the regularities in the dynamics of the individual within their environment. This could be a tipping point for further scientific investigation with focus on individualized rehabilitation approaches.

    Key findings

    Research has shown that flexible, adaptive and healthy motor behavior is linked to optimal variability down to the fine temporal structure of movement details. To optimize performance flexibility, therapists are encouraged to translate research on differential learning into clinical programs.
    StatusFinished
    Effective start/end date1/06/2115/11/21

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