Cortical Activation in "Fictive" Amputees Performing Complex Arm Movements

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Title: Cortical Activation in "Fictive" Amputees Performing Complex Arm Movements
Author: Nathanson, Sheryl
Abstract: This research, part of a 3-aimed study, assessed a “fictive amputee” tool-use learning paradigm in healthy subjects. Non-amputee subjects wore an upper extremity training arm, a "prosthosis," while pantomiming and using tools. Baseline prosthosis use was
Description: Presented as part of the Prosthetic Orthotic Research Symposium, April 22, 2011 from 12:30pm - 5:00pm in the Student Success Center, Press Room A. Runtime: 13:48 minutes
Type: Masters Project
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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1853/39407
Date: 2011-04-22
Contributor: Georgia Institute of Technology. School of Applied Physiology
Publisher: Georgia Institute of Technology
Subject: Prosthetics
Upper extremity amputees
Training protocol
Cortical activation
Advisor: Lewis Wheaton and Chris Mizelle

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