Investigation of the Reliability and Validity of the Movement Imagination Questionnaire - Revised Second in Acute Stroke PatientsLast updated on July 2021
- Recruitment Status
- Estimated Enrollment
- Same as current
- Acute Stroke
- Observational Model: OtherTime Perspective: Prospective
- Between 50 years and 75 years
- Both males and females
Motor imagery is a cognitive process that the person continues mentally without actually performing a particular motor movement. The concept of motor imaging has become more and more important in recent years and has allowed us to obtain different ideas about the emergence of motor movements. When t...
Motor imagery is a cognitive process that the person continues mentally without actually performing a particular motor movement. The concept of motor imaging has become more and more important in recent years and has allowed us to obtain different ideas about the emergence of motor movements. When the literature is analyzed, it was reported that the brain areas activated during the motor movement of individuals overlap with the active areas in the imaging process.As an individual's ability to imagine movement increases, the centers participating in the motor system become so activated. In the literature, it has been stated that this motor imaging ability may decrease in people who have had a stroke. For this reason, the motor imagination ability of the person should be evaluated before a suitable rehabilitation program is decided.When we look at the literature, it was seen that the Movement Imagery Questionnaire - Revised Second was used to evaluate the patients with subacute and chronic stroke, and there was no validity and reliability study in patients with acute stroke. Considering this situation, it was planned to translate the Movement Imagery Questionnaire -RS questionnaire into our language within the scope of our study and then to investigate the reliability and validity of patients with acute stroke.
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