Associated reactions during a visual pursuit position tracking task in hemiplegic and quadriplegic cerebral palsy.

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Most previous studies of associated reactions (ARs) in people with cerebral palsy have used observation scales, such as recording the degree of movement through observation. The sensitive quantitative method can detect ARs that are not amply visible. The aim of this study was to provide quantitative measures of ARs during a visual pursuit position tracking… (More)

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