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induced movement

[in‚düst ′müv·mənt]
(psychology)
The perceived movement of a stationary object when its frame of reference moves.
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1 The constraint induced movement therapy to promote the utilization of affected limb is considered a good option in acute rehabilitation.
Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor induced movement disorder.
Installed roofing membrane systems shall remain watertight; and resist specified wind uplift pressures, thermally induced movement, and exposure to weather without failure.
All the current and future motor therapy systems such as functional electrical stimulation, constraint induced movement therapy, robotics and virtual reality depend exclusively upon movement around shoulder joint and would be useless if pain around shoulder joint cannot be better managed12-16.
Objective: This study aims at determining the effectiveness of constraint induced movement therapy as compared to bimanual therapy for improving functional status in children with hemiplegic cerebral palsy.
Constraint induced movement therapy for stroke survivors in Jordon: a home-based model.
Pfeiffer from United States made a presentation on Drug Induced Movement Disorders (DIMD) at the recently held Neurology Conference at Karachi in the second session on March 29th 2014.
It soon became obvious that rapid barometric pressure changes induced movement in the fish.
Constraint induced movement therapy: bridging from the primate laboratory to the stroke rehabilitation laboratory.
Austin, who had a stroke when he was 21/2, is scheduled to go to Alabama in March for constraint induced movement therapy.
Constraint- induced Movement Therapy: a new family of techniques with broad application to physical rehabilitation--a clinical review.
Constraint Induced Movement Therapy (CIMT): Forcing stroke victims to use a weakened or partially paralyzed arm and hand by denying them use of their unaffected arm and hand may help them regain function, according to a study in the Nov.