Augmented Dynamics and Motor Exploration as Training for Stroke

@article{Huang2013AugmentedDA,
  title={Augmented Dynamics and Motor Exploration as Training for Stroke},
  author={Felix C. Huang and James L. Patton},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering},
  year={2013},
  volume={60},
  pages={838-844}
}
With chronic stroke survivors (n = 30), we investigated how upper extremity training with negative viscosity affects coordination under unperturbed conditions. Subjects trained with a planar robotic interface simulating 1) negative viscosity augmented to elbow and shoulder joints; 2) negative viscosity combined with inertia; or 3) a null-field condition. Two treatment groups practiced with both force conditions (cross-over design), while a control group practiced with a null-field condition… CONTINUE READING