Tag Archives: motor imagery

Increased time incongruence between imagined and actual walking in frail older adults

Comparison of constant error in frail older and young adults

Mental chronometry is commonly used to evaluate motor imagery ability. Mental chronometry measures imagined time required for movement. Smaller differences between imagined and actual times suggest higher motor imagery. Imagined and actual times for movement tend to

Development of the Japanese version of the Kinesthetic and Visual Imagery Questionnaire (KVIQ)

Internal consistency of the KVIQ-20/KVIQ-10

Motor imagery is commonly defined as the mental simulation of one’s own performance without any associated overt movement (Jeannerod M, et al. Behav Brain Sci. 1994). Previous studies have suggested that motor imagery increases motor skill acquisition