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The effect of visual feedback on the error augmentation protocol applied to an upper extremity task

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Worldwide, cerebrovascular accidents (CVA) or stroke are the second leading cause of death and the third leading cause of disability (Johnson, Onuma, Owolabi, & Sachdev 2016). The people who survive will most likely enter rehabilitation to improve or learn how to live with the consequences of a stroke. These can vary from physical disabilities tot cognitive disabilities. The focus in rehabilitation relies mostly on compensating than getting function back, due to time. This is why in the lab of Institut de readaptation Gingras Lindsay de Montreal (IRGLM) an apparatus has been developed which works according to the error-augmentation theory. The current protocol written for the apparatus is using visual feedback. The aim of this research will be determining the effect of visual feedback (VF) on the current protocol to make suggestions for improving the intervention of the apparatus, since the current protocol is only using visual feedback and we would like to know the influence on the performance of the participants when compared with VF and without VF.

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OrganisatieHogeschool van Amsterdam
OpleidingErgotherapie
AfdelingGezondheid
Jaar2019
TypeBachelor
TaalEngels

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