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"Investigating different control interfaces for motor learning" (Ethics Ref: R52931.RE001)

Stroke survivors needed for study of motor learning

We are investigating how people learn a motor task.  For this study, we will be comparing how individuals who have had a stroke in the past learn a task compared to those who have not. 

We are looking for people who are aged over 18, and have had a single stroke more than 6 months ago that has affected the function of your hand/arm.  You would be asked to take part in a in a behavioural study investigating motor learning. You would be asked to learn a simple motor task.  To take part, you also need to have with a good comprehension of English.

This study will take place at the Oxford Centre for Human Brain Activity (OHBA), based at the Warneford Hospital or the Oxford Centre for Functional MRI of the Brain (FMRIB), based at the John Radcliffe Hospital.  You would be invited to take part in up to 6 study sessions.  Each session would take about 2 hours of your time.  Sessions may be spread over a number of weeks.

If you are interested in taking part or would like more information on the study, please contact

There is no obligation to take part in this study.  Participants will be compensated for their time.



Study Title:                          Investigating different control interfaces for motor learning

Study Ethics Reference:     R52931.RE001

Study Researcher:              Emily Hinson (