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dc.contributor.authorGironell, Alexandre-
dc.contributor.authorLuitsko, Liudmila-
dc.contributor.authorMuiños, Rubén-
dc.contributor.authorTous Ral, José María-
dc.description.abstractPersonality differences based on fine motor precision performance were studied in early stage Parkinson's patients and an age-matched control group under two different test conditions: proprioceptive + visual information and proprioceptive information alone. A comparative data analysis for deviations of three measured movement types (transversal, frontal and sagittal) was done for both hands (dominant and non-dominant) with relation to personality dimensions. There were found significant differences between the two groups in decision making dimension and emotionality. After splitting the data for gender subgroups, some significant differences were found for men but not for women. The differences in fine motor task performance varied, being better in some directions for the Parkinson"s patients and worse in others. The findings may suggest that medication has both positive and negative effects on motor performance and provoke personality changes, being more pronounced in men.-
dc.format.extent16 p.-
dc.publisherUniversitat de Barcelona-
dc.relation.isformatofReproducció del document publicat a: ;
dc.relation.ispartofAnuario de Psicología, 2012, vol. 42, num. 2, p. 183-197-
dc.rights(c) Universitat de Barcelona, 2012-
dc.subject.classificationMalaltia de Parkinson-
dc.subject.classificationEfectes secundaris dels medicaments-
dc.subject.otherParkinson's disease-
dc.subject.otherMotor ability-
dc.subject.otherDrug side effects-
dc.titleDifferences based on fine motor behaviour in Parkinson's patients compared to an age matched control group in proprioceptive and visuo-proprioceptive test conditions-
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