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The Effects of Ocular Motor on Visual Perception Ability and Eye-Hand Coordination of Patients After a Stroke

이은희 1 OH MYUNG HWA 2 Chung Hyunae 2 고효은 2 이진종 3

1아우름아동발달센터
2동신대학교
3전남과학대학교

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Objective : The purpose of this study was to determine the effects of ocular training on visual perception ability and eye-hand coordination of patients after a stroke. Methods : The subjects this study were ten stroke patients who have trouble with handling visual perception. The experimental group received both upper extremity function training and ocular motor training. The control group received upper extremity function training, and Developmental Test of Visual Perception-Adolescent and Adult (DTVP-A) and Visual Object Space Perception Battery (VOSP) were used to measure their visual perception, whereas Minnesota Manual Dexterity Test (MMDT) and CMS-10 were used to measure their eye-hand coordination before and after intervention. Results : The two groups both showed an increase in visual perception and eye-hand coordination after intervention, but the experiment group showed a significantly greater increase than the control group (p<.05). Differences in groups showed significantly increase with experimental group in form constancy of DTVP-A, total score of VOSP and moving part of MMDT (p<.05). Conclusion : The two groups both showed an increase in visual perception after intervention, but there was a greater improvement within the experimental group, which performed ocular training. As a result, it can be predicted that ocular motor training may be helpful in recovering and increasing the abilities of strok patients.

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