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Table 2 Comparison of FOPR-SR

From: FOPR test: a virtual reality-based technique to assess field of perception and field of regard in hemispatial neglect

  Mean rank χ2 p-value Post-hoc
HSN+SS HSN−SS HC
FOPR-SRs from near plane
 FOP-SR-Near 15.37 41.30 37.07 24.64  < 0.001 HSN+SS < HSN−SS, HC
 FOP-SR-Left-Near 14.84 41.18 37.64 29.46  < 0.001 HSN+SS < HSN−SS, HC
 FOP-SR-Right-Near 22.89 36.59 35.27 9.04 0.01 HSN+SS < HSN−SS, HC
 FOR-SR-Near 13.82 40.93 38.77 28.92  < 0.001 HSN+SS < HSN−SS, HC
 FOR-SR-Left-Near 13.63 39.36 40.50 32.08  < 0.001 HSN+SS < HSN−SS, HC
 FOR-SR-Right-Near 25.58 41.86 33.45 5.18 0.075  
FOPR-SRs from far plane
 FOP-SR-Far 12.45 41.07 39.82 31.99  < 0.001 HSN+SS < HSN−SS, HC
 FOP-SR-Left-Far 11.82 40.55 40.89 35.80  < 0.001 HSN+SS < HSN−SS, HC
 FOP-SR-Right-Far 22.89 35.20 31.45 1.59 0.452  
 FOR-SR-Far 12.76 40.93 38.77 32.17  < 0.001 HSN+SS < HSN−SS, HC
 FOR-SR-Left-Far 12.24 40.66 40.41 35.78  < 0.001 HSN+SS < HSN−SS, HC
 FOR-SR-Right-Far 18.89 41.86 33.45 18.33  < 0.001 HSN+SS < HSN−SS, HC
  1. Kruskall–Wallis tests and Mann–Whitney U-test for comparisons of success rate (SR) between groups and post-hoc study
  2. FOPR FOP and FOR, FOP field of perception, FOR field of regard, HSN+SS stroke patients with a lesion in the right hemisphere and with HSN, HSN−SS stroke patients with a lesion in the right hemisphere and without HSN, HC healthy control