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Connectivity measures are robust biomarkers of cortical function and plasticity after stroke.
Valid biomarkers of motor system function after stroke could improve clinical decision-making. Electroencephalography-based measures are safe, inexpensive, and accessible in complex medical settingsExpand
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A Standardized Approach to the Fugl-Meyer Assessment and Its Implications for Clinical Trials
Background. Standardizing scoring reduces variability and increases accuracy. A detailed scoring and training method for the Fugl-Meyer motor assessment (FMA) is described and assessed, andExpand
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A Spatial Augmented Reality Rehab System for Post-Stroke Hand Rehabilitation
This paper features a Spatial Augmented Reality system for rehabilitation of hand and arm movement. The table-top home-based system tracks a subject's hand and creates a virtual audio-visualExpand
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Neural function, injury, and stroke subtype predict treatment gains after stroke
This study was undertaken to better understand the high variability in response seen when treating human subjects with restorative therapies poststroke. Preclinical studies suggest that neuralExpand
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Choice of Human–Computer Interaction Mode in Stroke Rehabilitation
Background and Objective. Advances in technology are providing new forms of human–computer interaction. The current study examined one form of human–computer interaction, augmented reality (AR),Expand
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Free-hand interaction with leap motion controller for stroke rehabilitation
In recent years, the field of Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) has been advanced with many technologies, however, most are limited to healthy users. In this paper, we leveraged the technology ofExpand
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A multimodal approach to understanding motor impairment and disability after stroke
Many different measures have been found to be related to behavioral outcome after stroke. Preclinical studies emphasize the importance of brain injury and neural function. However, the measures mostExpand
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Role of corpus callosum integrity in arm function differs based on motor severity after stroke
While the corpus callosum (CC) is important to normal sensorimotor function, its role in motor function after stroke is less well understood. This study examined the relationship between structuralExpand
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Motor imagery during movement activates the brain more than movement alone after stroke: a pilot study.
OBJECTIVE To examine the neural correlates of motor imagery performed in conjunction with movement of the paretic arm after stroke. DESIGN Cross-sectional, cohort study. SUBJECTS SevenExpand
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Haptic Augmented Reality to monitor human arm's stiffness in rehabilitation
Augmented Reality (AR) is a live, direct or indirect, view of a physical, real-world environment whose elements are overlaid by virtual, computer generated objects. In this paper, AR is combined withExpand
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