This study examines how people's motor learning may differ after a stroke. It is also important to retain motor learning so we examine people's memory/retention of the tasks. This study also examines sensory and motor learning differences of healthy controls of all ages to gather if there are differences as we age. We utilize a robotics exoskeleton called a KINARM to examine the upper limb mobility of participants. During the study you will complete some reaching tasks and games in the KINARM. Our hope is to better understand motor learning of the general population and of those suffering from a stroke so that in the future we may be able to cater rehabilitation to each individual.


Currently recruiting participants: Yes

Eligible gender: Male, Female, Transgender, Other

Eligible ages: 18 to 100

Accepts healthy participants: Yes

Inclusion criteria:

Healthy Controls
- people 18 years and older

Exclusion criteria:

Healthy Controls
- no current concussion
- no significant upper limb impairment
- no neurological or orthopedic conditions


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please contact us by email or phone if you wish to participate. email: phone: 403-944-4050

Principal investigator:

Tyler Cluff

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