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Action observation training enhances upper extremity function in subacute stroke survivor with moderate impairment: a double-blind, randomized controlled pilot trial
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 Title & Authors
Action observation training enhances upper extremity function in subacute stroke survivor with moderate impairment: a double-blind, randomized controlled pilot trial
Kim, Chang-Heon; Bang, Dae-Hyouk;
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 Abstract
PURPOSE: This study`s aim was to investigate the effects of an action observational training in subactue stroke patients with moderate impairment. METHODS: 22 participants (men
 Keywords
Action observation;Moderate impairment;Stroke;Subacute;Upper-extremity function;
 Language
English
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