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The overall aim of this project was to provide therapists in neurological rehabilitation with knowledge and tools to support the justified and tailored use of motor learning in daily clinical practice. Both available knowledge from other fields (e.g., sports), as well as new insights from applied studies, were used to compile an overview of clinically feasible options to apply motor learning in daily practice within neurological rehabilitation.To achieve this aim, the thesis was divided intodoi:10.25385/zuyd.8153006.v1 fatcat:uineaq7la5cvzfi6ycdha2vui4