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(The) Effect of Mental Practice on the Improvement of the Visual Motor Coordination of the Disabled with Left-side Hemiplegia caused by Stroke

  • 저자

    황기철

  • 학위수여기관

    창원대학교 일반대학원

  • 학위구분

    국내석사

  • 학과

    특수교육전공

  • 지도교수

  • 발행년도

    2004

  • 총페이지

    56p.

  • 키워드

    상상연습 뇌졸중 좌측편마비 장애인 시각 운동협응;

  • 언어

    kor

  • 원문 URL

    http://www.riss.kr/link?id=T9470700&outLink=K  

  • 초록

    The purpose of this study is to show the effect of mental practice on the visual motor coordination of the disabled with left-side hemiplegia caused by stroke. The subjects of the study were three patients in rehabilitation with left-side hemiplegia caused by stroke at S Hospital in M City, Kyung-nam Province. The methods of the study were to conduct a subject selection test, to differentiate a base-line test period and then to play a dart game. When stable in the base-line stage, subject 1 entered into an intervention stage and practiced mental practice; a dart game was played right after as well as one hour after the mental practice, and the measurement value was the average of the shortest distance between the place the dart struck and the center of the target. Subject 2, who stayed in the base-line stage until subject 1 became stable in the intervention stage, played the dart game right after and one hour after the mental practice, and the average measurement value was obtained. Subject 3, who stayed in the base-line stage until subject 2 became stable in the intervention stage, played the dart game right after and one hour after the mental practice and again the average measurement value was obtained. The variation of the measurement values of the collected data were compared and analyzed through visual graph and average value, which is a technical statistic. The results of the experiment are as follows: First, the visual motor coordination of all subjects improved with a decreased average value of the shortest distance between the place the dart struck and the center of the target right after the mental practice compared to the base line of only playing the dart game (physical practice). Right after the mental practice, the average value of subject 1 decreased 3.07 cm from the 11.6 cm base-line value to 8.53 cm; the average value of the subject 2 decreased 2.33 cm from the 9.88 cm base-line value to 7.55 cm; the average value of the subject 3 decreased 1.49 cm from 10.33 cm base-line value to 8.84 cm. Second, the visual motor coordination of all subjects improved with a decreased average value of the shortest distance between the place the dart struck and the center of the target one hour after the mental practice compared to in the base-line stage of only playing the dart game (physical practice). The average value of subject 1 an hour after the mental practice, to see if there was a lasting effect, was 8.93 cm and that was higher than right after the mental practice, but decreased 2.67 cm from the 11.6 cm base-line value; the average value of subject 2 also increased, but decreased 0.64 cm from the 9.88 cm base-line value; the average value of subject 3 was 10.16 cm and that was higher than right after the mental practice, but was 0.17 cm less than the 10.33 cm base-line value. The conclusion from these results is as follows: Mental practice improved the visual motor coordination of the disabled with left-side hemiplegia caused by stroke. This conclusion shows that mental practice can be presented as a basis to show why a demonstration is needed prior to learning and treatment, and can also be used for the rehabilitation of those with left-side hemiplegia caused by stroke. Therefore, based on these results, the proper use of mental practice is expected to help early recovery of physical functions of those disabled by stroke. In addition, it is more proper to consider mental practice as an assisting practice than a substitute for physical practice; since it brings an enhanced effect with physical practice, the generalization of mental practice and experimental studies to apply it in the field are desired. It is also thought that studies on the threshold of the intensity as well as the period of mental practice and effective stimulus methods are needed in the future.


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