Relation of Accelerometer and EMG Recordings for the Measurement of Upper Extremity Movement

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Keil, Andreas
Taub, Edward
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Journal of Psychophysiology. 1999, 13(2), pp. 77-82. Available under: doi: 10.1027//0269-8803.13.2.77
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In order to determine the value of accelerometry as a measure of real world outcome when a subject is outside the laboratory, accelerometer recordings from the wrist were compared with simultaneous electromyogram (EMG) recordings from the lower and upper arm. Accelerometer and EMG signals were recorded simultaneously by the Kölner Vitaport System , an ambulatory device. Six male subjects performed standardized tasks as well as activities of daily life (ADL). Low correlations between accelerometer counts and integrated EMG were found in the standardized tasks, whereas there were considerably higher correlations for ADL. However, there was a strong relation between several parameters derived from EMG and accelerometer recordings. The two techniques appear to measure different aspects of movement and may be complementary.

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150 Psychologie
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Accelerometry, electromyography, ambulatory monitoring, activities of daily life, standardized movements
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ISO 690KEIL, Andreas, Thomas ELBERT, Edward TAUB, 1999. Relation of Accelerometer and EMG Recordings for the Measurement of Upper Extremity Movement. In: Journal of Psychophysiology. 1999, 13(2), pp. 77-82. Available under: doi: 10.1027//0269-8803.13.2.77
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@article{Keil1999Relat-10894,
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  title={Relation of Accelerometer and EMG Recordings for the Measurement of Upper Extremity Movement},
  number={2},
  volume={13},
  journal={Journal of Psychophysiology},
  pages={77--82},
  author={Keil, Andreas and Elbert, Thomas and Taub, Edward}
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