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Fig. 1 | BMC Sports Science, Medicine and Rehabilitation

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From: Cognitive-motor integration deficits in young adult athletes following concussion

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Drawing of experimental conditions and example of typical hand path data. a Schematic drawing of the experimental conditions. Visual stimuli were presented on the vertical monitor for all conditions. Light grey cursor, eye, and hand symbols denote the starting position for each trial (home target). Dark grey eye and hand symbols denote the instructed eye and hand movements for each task. Red circles denote the peripheral (reach) target, presented randomly in one of four locations (left, up, right, down). The dark crosshair denotes the cursor feedback provided during each condition. The open circles denote the cued position before the movement (seen in memory conditions). b Typical hand path data of one participant with concussion history and one participant with no-history of concussion performing the V and HR condition. Note the poorer performance in condition HR compared to V, particularly in the concussed participant

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