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Research Article

Neuronal Substrates Underlying Performance Variability in Well-Trained Skillful Motor Task in Humans

Figure 1

(a) A sequential finger-tapping task was performed utilizing the dominant right hand fingers. (b) Participants were required to repeatedly press a five-element sequence (sequence “32413”) as quickly and accurately as possible during a 10 s trial period. The fixation color turned yellow from white and the numeric sequence (“32413”) appeared for 3 s, indicating the ready period. A red fixation color indicated the 10 s execution period. (c) Experimental procedure of the tDCS experiment. During the 1st and 2nd runs, the participants did not receive any stimulation. The third run was begun 5 min after the start of tDCS. The participants performed the 3rd and 4th runs when receiving tDCS (anodal, cathodal, or sham) to the right dorsolateral prefrontal cortex (DLPFC).
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