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Fig. 5 | Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation

Fig. 5

From: Modifying upper-limb inter-joint coordination in healthy subjects by training with a robotic exoskeleton

Fig. 5

Two illustrative cases. For two subjects, during GDM task, we show two different figures: on top, the averaged trajectory of the the shoulder abduction/adduction (dark plots) and the single trajectories (lighter plots), when moving towards ET 4; on bottom, for the same target, the resulting cycloids when considering the ratio between the first two joint velocities (shoulder abduction/adduction versus internal/external rotation). In this case the light plots are the cycloids, while the dark dashed lines are the mean ratio. For the four graphs, data refer to the 5 phases of the experiment, preliminary (PRE), early exposition (E-EXP, first five repetitions of EXP), late exposition (L-EXP, last five repetitions of EXP), wash-out (WAS), and follow up (FOL)

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