Do psychological variables modify motor recovery among patients with mild arm paresis after stroke or traumatic brain injury who receive the Arm Ability Training?

@article{Platz2002DoPV,
  title={Do psychological variables modify motor recovery among patients with mild arm paresis after stroke or traumatic brain injury who receive the Arm Ability Training?},
  author={Thomas Platz and P Denzler},
  journal={Restorative neurology and neuroscience},
  year={2002},
  volume={20 1-2},
  pages={37-49}
}
PURPOSE The Arm Ability Training improves motor function among stroke and traumatic brain injury patients with mild arm paresis. There is, however, a considerable variability in motor recovery among patients receiving the Arm Ability Training. The study investigated whether psychological variables can explain the variability in motor recovery. METHODS In a sample of 33 patients receiving the Arm Ability Training both motor performance (by use of the standardised arm function test TEMPA) and… CONTINUE READING