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Grasps Recognition and Evaluation of Stroke Patients for Supporting Rehabilitation Therapy

Table 6

Correlation between the grasp quality measure (GQ) and common arm motor recovery tests.

Test compared with GQRelax postureTripod graspCylindrical graspLateral grasp
Pearson correlationSig.Pearson correlationSig.Pearson correlationSig.Pearson correlationSig.

ARAT_total −0.3650.187−0.3870.172−0.2470.2780.0780.427
ARAT_A−0.3750.180−0.4430.136−0.2470.2780.0080.492
ARAT_B−0.1390.371−0.2140.305−0.0070.4940.2090.310
ARAT_C−0.5270.090−0.5020.102−0.4340.141−0.0550.448
ARAT_D−0.0770.429−0.0510.4520.0200.4820.3470.200
FM_total−0.1170.391−0.1330.376−0.0050.496−0.0370.465
FM_proximal0.1300.380−0.0830.422−0.0020.498−0.0710.434
FM_distal−0.0420.461−0.0860.4190.0440.4590.0230.479
FM_coordination−0.638*0.044−0.660*0.038−0.5740.069−0.4410.137

Correlation is significant at the 0.05 level (1-tailed).
ARAT = arm scores of the action research arm test; FM = arm scores of the Fugl-Meyer motor assessment.

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