Anne Fleischer

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BACKGROUND A goal of stroke rehabilitation is to harness the capacity of the brain to reorganize following neurological damage and enable restoration of function. OBJECTIVE To understand how neural oscillatory motor responses change following a therapeutic intervention and to illuminate whether these neurophysiological alterations correlate with(More)
This paper describes a phenomenological study in which the authors explored students' experiences learning qualitative research in a variety of academic fields. Semi-structured in-depth interviews were conducted with six participants from various academic fields who had completed at least one post-secondary-school-level qualitative research course and who(More)
BACKGROUND Intensive, task-oriented motor training has been associated with neuroplastic reorganization and improved upper extremity movement function after stroke. However, to optimize such training for people with moderate-to-severe movement impairment, pharmacological modulation of neuroplasticity may be needed as an adjuvant intervention. OBJECTIVE(More)
  • Anne Fleischer, Joel Baum, Gianluca Carnabuci, Mike Hannan, Mara Lederman, Ming Leung
  • 2011
It is well established that when audiences have difficulty classifying objects, they tend to devalue them. However, difficult to classify objects do receive high valuations, and easily classified objects can receive low ones. I argue that a closer examination of specific evaluations by audience members, rather than aggregate assessments of objects, can shed(More)
  • Nathan E Wilson, Francine Lafontaine, Thomas Lyon, Brian Mccall, Uday Rajan In, Anne Fleischer +3 others
  • 2011
FTC Bureau of Economics working papers are preliminary materials circulated to stimulate discussion and critical comment. The analyses and conclusions set forth are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of other members of the Bureau of Economics, other Commission staff, or the Commission itself. Upon request, single copies of the(More)
Research on the effects of social networks on individual status attainment has exploded in recent years, but the results remain equivocal, varying across network structures, types of ties, and outcome variables. The focus in this literature has been on two primary outcomes—performance benefits and rewards (including promotion and compensation). These two(More)
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