Attentional focus of feedback for improving performance of reach-to-grasp after stroke: a randomised crossover study.

  title={Attentional focus of feedback for improving performance of reach-to-grasp after stroke: a randomised crossover study.},
  author={Katherine Durham and Catherine M. Sackley and Chris C Wright and Alan Miles Wing and Martin Gareth Edwards and Paulette M. van Vliet},
  volume={100 2},
OBJECTIVE To investigate whether feedback inducing an external focus (EF) of attention (about movement effects) was more effective for retraining reach-to-grasp after stroke compared with feedback inducing an internal focus (IF) of attention (about body movement). It was predicted that inducing an EF of attention would be more beneficial to motor performance. DESIGN Crossover trial where participants were assigned at random to two feedback order groups: IF followed by EF or EF followed by IF… CONTINUE READING
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