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Table 1 Participant characteristics

From: Preserved motor learning after stroke is related to the degree of proprioceptive deficit

  Age MMSE LPM UEFM Lesion
CVA1 70 30 1.34 50 L Corona Radiata & Putamen
CVA2 67 29 1.16 59 L PLIC & Thalamus
CVA3 75 29 2.03 51 R Corona Radiata & Putamen
CVA4 45 28 0.91 60 L Occip. lobe, Parahippocampal g & Thalamus
CVA5 60 25 1.55 54 R Temporal, Parietal, Insular & Occipital lobes
CVA6 65 28 1.18 51 R Corona Radiata, PLIC & Thalamus
CVA7 73 29 1.36 32 R Caudate, Corona Radiata, Putamen & PLIC
CVA8 32 28 2.00 25 L Middle cerebral artery distribution
CVA9 62 29 2.17 24 Unavailable
CVA10 66 29 0.64 56 R Inferior Parietal & Temporal lobes
Avg. (SD) 61.5 (13.3) 28.4 (1.3) 1.52 (0.4) 46.2 (13.8)  
HC1 61 29 0.93 -- --
HC2 62 30 1.22 -- --
HC3 59 30 0.74 -- --
HC4 30 30 1.27 -- --
HC5 66 30 0.91 -- --
HC6 73 29 0.98 -- --
HC7 63 30 0.71 -- --
HC8 46 30 0.77 -- --
HC9 63 30 1.48 -- --
Avg. (SD) 58.1 (12.7) 29.8 (0.4) 1.0 (0.3) -- --
  1. Individual characteristics and group averages (SD) including Age, Mini-Mental State Exam (MMSE) score, Upper Extremity Fugl-Meyer (UEFM) score and normalized Limb Position Matching (LPM) index. Stroke location is also presented (PLIC = internal capsule, posterior limb). Location of the stroke based on medical records for individuals unable to complete an MRI are presented in italics. CVA9 presented with clinical signs of a right middle cerebral artery infarct, including L hemiparesis and increased muscle tone.