Repetitive finger movement in Parkinson's patients Ebeling, Lindsay Kotz, Amos Crimmins, Abby Crimmins, Abby
dc.contributor.department Kinesiology 2018-02-18T19:15:22.000 2020-07-07T05:11:27Z 2020-07-07T05:11:27Z 2017-04-11
dc.description.abstract <p>People with parkinson's disease demonstrate impairments in repetitive movement. Previous research has revealed that impairments in repetitive finger movement emerge at rates above 2 Hz. There remains a need to understand this impairment in a large population of people with parkinson's and how this impairment changes with disease progression. Participants completed a repetitive finger movement task in time with a tone paced from 1-3 Hz. Position of the index finger was collected. Results showed that in a large population of people with parkinson's disease, the impairment was present in 60% of the participants and remained present one year later. These results will inform future diagnostic tests in persons with parkinson's disease.</p>
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dc.relation.ispartofseries Symposium on Undergraduate Research and Creative Expression
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dc.subject.disciplines Motor Control
dc.subject.disciplines Nervous System Diseases
dc.title Repetitive finger movement in Parkinson's patients
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relation.isSeriesOfPublication 6730f354-97b8-4408-bad3-7e5c3b2fca9d Ebeling: Kinesiology and Health; Kotz: Kinesiology and Health; Crimmins: Linguistics
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