Neuroscience findings on coordination of reaching to grasp an object: implications for research.

@article{Vliet2013NeuroscienceFO,
  title={Neuroscience findings on coordination of reaching to grasp an object: implications for research.},
  author={Paulette M. van Vliet and Trudy A. Pelton and Kristen Leigh Hollands and Leeanne Carey and Alan Miles Wing},
  journal={Neurorehabilitation and neural repair},
  year={2013},
  volume={27 7},
  pages={622-35}
}
BACKGROUND Knowledge of how damage to brain regions and pathways affects central nervous system control of coordination of reach-to-grasp (RTG) following stroke may not be sufficiently used in existing treatment interventions or in research that assesses their effectiveness. OBJECTIVE To review current knowledge of motor control of coordination of RTG and discuss the extent to which this information is being used in research evaluating treatment interventions. METHOD This review (1… CONTINUE READING
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