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Spatial Interactions between Successive Eye and Arm Movements: Signal Type Matters
No abstract available.
Changes in electromyographic activity of trunk muscles within the sub-acute phase for individuals deemed recovered from a low back injury
Evidence indicates that previous low back injury (LBI) is a strong predictor for re-injury. The purpose of this study was to examine whether neuromuscular patterns remain altered in a LBI group who were deemed recovered. ...
Living with a Neurological Condition - Strategies to Self-Manage Cognitive Changes
The Living with a Neurological Condition or LINC Project is a national study to learn about the everyday lives of Canadians living with a neurological condition - as they work, go to school, raise families, and participate ...
We spoke with 47 young adults between the ages of 17 and 26 who live with a neurological condition. This Fact Sheet details their experience.
The everyday experience of living with and managing a neurological condition (the LINC study): study design
(BMJ Neurology, 2013)
Background: The impact of neurological conditions on individuals, families and society is increasing and having a significant economic impact in Canada. While some economic data is known, the human costs of living with a ...
Participating in Everyday Life with a Neurological Condition
Working, going to school, spending time with friends and family, pursuing hobbies and interests, and being part of a community are all ways that we participate in our lives. We talked to over 700 people who were ...
Elizabeth Kay-Raining Bird CV
Life is not always so simple
A short video speaking to the experience of living with and managing a neurological condition.
Living with a Neurological Condition
A short video describing the everyday life experience of two Canadians living with neurological conditions.