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https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/25571309/data-sample-size-needed-for-prediction-of-movement-distributions
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Zachary A Wright, Moria E Fisher, Felix C Huang, James L Patton
Human movement ability should be described not only by its typical behavior, but also by the wide variation in capabilities. This would mean that subjects that are encouraged to move throughout their workspace but otherwise free to move any way they like might reveal their unique movement tendencies. In this study, we investigate how much information (data) is needed to reliably construct a movement distribution that predicts an individual's movement tendencies. We analyzed the distributions of position, velocity and acceleration data derived during self-directed motor exploration by stroke survivors (n=10 from a previous study) and healthy individuals (n=5)...
2014: Conference Proceedings: Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/12850955/the-cognitive-impairments-due-to-the-occipito-parietal-brain-injury-after-gunshot-a-successful-neurorehabiliation-case-study
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Joanna Seniow, Katarzyna Polanowska, Tomasz Mandat, Krzysztof Laudanski
OBJECTIVE: The presented case study describes the beneficial results of the neuropsychological rehabilitation of a gunshot victim, even with late initialization of the therapy--over 1 year after head trauma. DESIGN: A case study of DE, a victim with bilateral damage of the parietal-occipital regions of the brain due to a gunshot. METHODS: Neuropsychological rehabilitation, first preceded by an initial neuropsychological examination (standard psychological tests: WAIS-R, RAVLT, Rey's CFT, BVRT and clinical experiments tailored to DE's condition), was initiated 1 year after trauma...
August 2003: Brain Injury: [BI]
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