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Table 5 Relationships between robotic measures of position sense vision and clinical measures of function and impairment in stroke survivors who were Impaired with occluded vision.

From: Vision does not always help stroke survivors compensate for impaired limb position sense

Clinical Measure Improvement Occluded Vision Normal Vision
Var (n = 116) C/E (n = 91) Shift (n = 52) Var (n = 116) C/E (n = 91) Shift (n = 52) Var (n = 116) C/E (n = 91) Shift (n = 52)
FIM −0.05 * −0.04 * −0.11 * −0.37 ‡ −0.34 † −0.20 * −0.36 ‡ −0.18 * −0.07 *
BIT −0.16 * −0.32 ‡ −0.19 * −0.46 § −0.32 † −0.07 * −0.63 § −0.45 ‡ −0.34 †
PPB more affected −0.20 * −0.17 * −0.08 * −0.01 * −0.25 † −0.05 * −0.17 * −0.28 † −0.03 *
PPB less affected −0.02 * −0.02 * −0.14 * −0.33 ‡ −0.37 ‡ −0.21 * −0.30 ‡ −0.14 * −0.02 *
MoCA −0.09 * −0.29 † −0.21 * −0.16 * −0.18 * −0.04 * −0.29 † −0.33 † −0.27 *
  1. Spearman correlations between clinical scores (FIM, BIT, PPB, MoCA and improvements/measures of position sense. Symbols indicate significance of one-tailed tests for improvements (positive relationships) and measures (negative relationships): * p < 0.05, † p < 0.01, ‡ p< 0 .001, § p < 10-6