During operation of a multifunctional prosthetic hand
December 7, 2021
In this presentation Helen Lindner presents how she used Tobii Pro Glasses to trace cognitive processes of upper limb prosthesis users when they are operating a multifunctional prosthetic hand. She compares durations of fixations, fixation count and pupil diameters under different clinical assessments in upper limb prosthetics.
Senior lecturer in occupational therapy, Örebro University
Helen Lindner is a senior lecturer in occupational therapy at Örebro University in Sweden. She received a PhD degree in Medical Sciences at Örebro University. My current work tasks include teaching occupation-based cognitive rehabilitation and working as clinical occupational therapist at the local hospital. One of her main research interests is to explore the process of learning a multi-articulating prosthetic hand.
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