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Moreover, this improvement has been shown to be effective, durable, and transferable (to skills that have not been subject to specific training) when the training duration is long enough. Finally, the user’s mental rotation ability seems to be a very good candidate to be trained, since this ability has been identified as a relevant predictor of BCI performance and since the consequences of mental rotation training on spatial and more general skills have been clearly identified. To conclude, we hope that this work will be useful to guide the design of new protocols and improve MI-BCI user-training so that these technologies become more accessible to their end-users.
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