Anne Hagemann

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Research findings on human motor skills may not necessarily hold in everyday life, since laboratory and everyday scenarios typically differ with respect to the subjects' attention to the skill, their motivation to perform at their best, the goals they try to achieve, and the mode of movement initiation - extrinsic versus intrinsic. Here we present an(More)
OBJECTIVE The objective of this study was to evaluate the efficacy of the educational program FAMOSES (modular service package epilepsy for families) for parents of children with epilepsy. METHOD Parents of children with epilepsy from Germany and Austria were included in a controlled prospective multicenter study using a pre-post design. Participants of(More)
The aim of this study was to investigate the change of health related quality of life (HRQoL), anxiety and depression in adult patients in whom an adjunctive treatment with levetiracetam (LEV) was converted to a LEV monotherapy. A prospective, open, investigator initiated multicenter study enrolled 140 patients in whom LEV was added to the existing(More)
A device designed to provide controlled variable amplitude and frequency sinusoidal stretching of muscles is described. The constructed vibrator included a pivoted lever with one arm fixed and the other variable, and was driven by an electric motor. The use of a powerful motor ensured that the stimulation parameters would not be significantly affected with(More)
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