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Table 1 Overview of included subjects

From: Deficits in tapping accuracy and variability in tremor patients

Subject Gender Age Duration (Years) Medication
PD 1 M 69 5 Levodopa, Trihexyphenidyl
PD 2 M 67 4 Propranolol, Rasagilin
*PD 3 F 81 5 Trihexyphenidyl
*PD 4 M 62 2 Levodopa, Metoprolol succinat
PD 5 M 71 2 Levodopa
PD 6 F 43 3
PD 7 M 68 8 Levodopa, Rasagilin, perindopril, omeprazole
PD 8 M 64 15
PD 9 M 67 11 Levodopa, Benserazid
*PD 10 F 56 9 Levodopa, Carbidopa, Amandatin
PD 11 M 64 7
ET 1 M 50 50
ET 2 F 81 21
* ET 3 M 54 4 Propranolol
ET 4 M 85 Childhood Propranolol
* ET 5 M 65 Childhood
ET 6 F 51 Childhood
* ET 7 M 65 45 Propranolol
ET 8 F 23 Childhood
ET 9 M 49 9 Propranolol
ET 10 M 54 Childhood
ET 11 M 70 Childhood
ET 12 M 64 Childhood
ET 13 M 55 Childhood
* ET 14 M 72 12 Propranolol
ET 15 M 27 Childhood
ET 16 F 81 Childhood
ET 17 M 45 Childhood
  1. PD = Parkinson’s Disease, ET = Essential Tremor, M = Male and F = Female, R = Right hand, L = Left hand. The asterisk * marks the subjects that were either excluded (Essential Tremor and Healthy Controls) due to technical failure or false execution of the task or not able to perform the 4 Hz tapping task (Parkinson’s disease)