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Table 7 Articles excluded following full-text review

From: The effects of error-augmentation versus error-reduction paradigms in robotic therapy to enhance upper extremity performance and recovery post-stroke: a systematic review

Abdollahi et al. (2011) [75] This study is a pilot study of Abdollahi et al. (2014) [52].
Agostini et al. (2011) [76] This study lack of control group.
Arab Baniasad et al. (2014) [77] It is a conference abstract, possibly lack of control group as well.
Badia et al. (2008) [78] It is the same study as the one of Cameirao et al. (2008)
Basteris et al. (2014) [79] It is a review
Beling et al. (2015) [80] It is a conference abstract, and it does not have the intervention of interest
Broeren et al. (2007) [81] It does not have the intervention of interest.
Cameirao et al. (2012) [82] It does not have the intervention of interest.
Cameirao et al. (2008) [83] It is a review.
Casadio et al. (2009) [84] It does not have the intervention of interest and lacks of a control group.
Chemuturi et al. (2013) [85] This study only recruited healthy subjects and it does not have an the intervention of interest.
Chemuturi et al. (2013) [86] This study by the same authors as above also only recruited healthy subjects and it does not have an the intervention of interest.
Coote et al. (2008) [87] This study lacks a control group of interest.
Crocher et al. (2012) [88] This study does not have interventions of interest or results of interest.
De Santis et al. (2015) [89] This study does not have a control group and it lacks outcomes of interest.
Fasoli et al. (2004) [90] This study does not have a proper control group.
Fischer et al. (2016) [91] This study does not have the intervention of interest.
Fluet et al. (2011) [92] It is a conference abstract.
Fluet et al. (2012) [93] It is a book.
Fluet et al. (2014) [94] This study does not have the intervention of interest.
Hachisuka et al. (2014) [95] It is a conference abstract.
Housman et al. (2009) [96] It is the same study as the one of Rozario et al. (2009) [60].
Huang and Patton(2011) [97] It has the same results as the one of Huang and Patton(2013) [59].
Israely and Carmeli (2016) [40] It is a review.
Krebs et al. (2008) [98] This study does not have the intervention of interest.
Lam et al. (2008) [99] This study only has healthy subjects, and it lacks of the intervention of interest.
Lambercy et al. (2011) [100] This study lacks of a control group.
Lemmens et al. (2012) [101] It is a conference abstract.
Liao et al. (2012) [102] This study does not have the intervention of interest.
Lin et al. (2015) [103] This study does not have the intervention of interest.
Milot et al. (2016) [104] This paper is about design and implementation, and not intervention-oriented.
Oblak et al. (2010) [105] This paper is not intervention-oriented.
Orihuela-Espina et al. (2016) [106] This study does not have the intervention of interest.
Patton and Mussa-Ivaldi (2004) [107] This study only recruited healthy subjects.
Perry et al. (2011) [108] This study is not intervention-oriented.
Phyo et al. (2016) [109] This study lacks of the intervention and results of interest.
Squeri et al. (2014) [110] This study lacks of a control group.
Stein et al. (2004) [111] This study contains subjects under 21 years old.
Timmermans et al. (2012) [112] It is a conference abstract.
Timmermans et al. (2012) [113] It is another conference abstract by the same author as above.
Turolla et al. (2013) [114] This study does not have a control group.
Waldner et al. (2009) [115] This study is not intervention-oriented.
Ziheri et al. (2010) [116] This study does not have the intervention or control of interest.
Zondervan et al. (2013) [117] This study does not have the intervention of interest.