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Graduate Department of Rehabilitation Science - Doctoral theses

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The Graduate Department of Rehabilitation Science is concerned with the systematic study of promoting, maintaining or restoring human function, mobility, occupation and well-being.

Using basic and applied methods, the science is focused on phenomena at the level of the cell, person, family, community, or society to develop and evaluate theories, models, processes, measures, interventions, and policies to prevent, reverse, or minimize impairments, enable activity, and facilitate participation.

Recent Submissions

Development and Evaluation of the iWalker: An Instrumented Rolling Walker to Assess Balance and Mobility in Everyday Activities

A Model-based Approach to Limb Apraxia: Evidence from Stroke and Corticobasal Syndrome

Gait Asymmetry Post-stroke

Supraspinatus Musculotendinous Architecture: A Cadaveric and In Vivo Ultrasound Investigation of the Normal and Pathological Muscle

Manipulation of Afferent Feedback from Extraocular Muscles via Jendrassik Maneuver in Binocularly Intact Observers and Deafferented Patients: Effects on Vergence, Version and Higher Order Perceptual Judgements


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