PRAGER, Eliza M. , BIRKENMEIER, Rebecca L. & LANG, Catherine E., (2011). Exploring expectations for upper-extremity motor treatment in people after stroke : a secondary analysis.In The American journal of occupational therapy, vol. 65/4, pp. 437-444. 0272-9490
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|Titre :||Exploring expectations for upper-extremity motor treatment in people after stroke : a secondary analysis (2011)|
|Auteurs :||Eliza M. PRAGER ; Rebecca L. BIRKENMEIER ; Catherine E. LANG|
|Type de document :||Article : article/revue|
|Dans :||The American journal of occupational therapy (vol. 65/4, juillet-août 2011)|
|Article en page(s) :||p. 437-444|
OBJECTIVE. We explored expectations for outcomes during a research intervention for people with stroke.
METHOD. Twelve people with chronic stroke participated in this secondary analysis from a pilot trial of a high-repetition, task-specific, upper-extremity intervention. First, we examined relationships between individual expectancy and session-by-session achievement of high numbers of repetitions. Second, we examined the relationship between expectancy for the intervention as a whole and improvements in upper-extremity motor function. We used Spearman rank-order correlation coefficients to evaluate the relationships.
RESULTS. Correlations between individual expectancy and session-by-session achievement ranged from 0 to .84. Expectancy for improvement from the intervention was good (average = 7 of 10) but had a low correlation (.17) with actual improvement.
CONCLUSION. Individual expectancy ratings were inconsistently related to session-by-session achievement. Expectancy for the invention as a whole was not related to improvement in upper-extremity motor function.
|En ligne :||http://dx.doi.org/10.5014/ajot.2010.000430|
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