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Guan-Bo Chen, Che-Wei Lin, Hung-Ya Huang, Yi-Jhen Wu, Hung-Tzu Su, Shu-Fen Sun, and Sheng-Hui Tuan

–based rehabilitation. The participant sat or stood 1 m in front of the screen and was supervised by 1 well-trained caregiver: (a) Oculus Rift Headset, (b) Oculus constellation: sensor for headset, (c) leap motion: sensor for hand movement, and (d) handheld device. The software used in VR-REH contained four

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Blai Ferrer-Uris, Albert Busquets, and Rosa Angulo-Barroso

Contreras-Vidal , J.L. , Bo , J. , Boudreau , J.P. , & Clark , J.E. ( 2005 ). Development of visuomotor representations for hand movement in young children . Experimental Brain Research, 162 ( 2 ), 155 – 164 . PubMed doi:10.1007/s00221-004-2123-7 10.1007/s00221-004-2123-7 Dorfberger , S

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Xiang Yao, Christopher Curtis, Anthony Turner, Chris Bishop, Alex Austerberry, and Shyam Chavda

clean. 16 Knee angle was assessed using a handheld goniometer to verify the knee angle of 125° (5°) and a hip angle of 175° (5°). 17 Participants’ hands were fixed to the bar using weightlifting straps to prevent hand movement and to ensure that a maximum effort could be given without limitation of

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Barbara Resnick, Marie Boltz, Elizabeth Galik, Steven Fix, and Shijun Zhu

; Comfortable, easy wear consistent with wearing a wristwatch. The device is visible and older adults with dementia may remove it and lose it; Captures activity driven by hand movement and, thus, may miss some activities if hands are not moving. Thigh-worn devices have the advantage of providing valid

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Jill Whitall, Farid Bardid, Nancy Getchell, Melissa M. Pangelinan, Leah E. Robinson, Nadja Schott, and Jane E. Clark

. , Boudreau , J.P. , & Clark , J.E. ( 2005 ). Development of visuomotor representations for hand movement in young children . Experimental Brain Research, 162 ( 2 ), 155 – 164 . PubMed ID: 15586275 doi:10.1007/s00221-004-2123-7 10.1007/s00221-004-2123-7 Coppens , E. , Bardid , F. , Deconinck , F

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Shamsi S. Monfared, Gershon Tenenbaum, Jonathan R. Folstein, and K. Anders Ericsson

simulated distance from the participants, maintaining sight alignment became a serious challenge, especially when vision was occluded. In fact, even a minor hand movement could lead the marksmen to miss the target. In the occluded condition, these subtle movements must have been corrected without the

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perform coordination tasks, coordination tasks can be potentially used to screen people with a history of mTBI.Using a computer-joystick system, people’s ability to coordinate one-hand movement with the computer-displayed movement can be assessed. 7 young adults with history of mTBIs and 7 gender