Motor Learning in Children with Unilateral CP
[Source: Disability and Rehabilitation via Your Therapy Source]
Disability and Rehabilitation published research to examine explicit and implicit learning in children with unilateral cerebral palsy. The study compared the motor learning of children with left and right unilateral cerebral palsy and typically developing children while they shuffled disks toward a target using a prism-adaptation design. Each trial consisted of pre-exposure, prism exposure, and post-exposure phases with half of the participants being instructed about the function of the prism glasses while the other half were not.
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