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Raoul M. Bongers
Raoul M. Bongers
Human Movement Sciences, University of Groningen, University Medical Center Groningen
Verified email at umcg.nl
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Systematic review of the effectiveness of mirror therapy in upper extremity function
D Ezendam, RM Bongers, MJA Jannink
Disability and rehabilitation 31 (26), 2135-2149, 2009
2752009
Determining skill level in myoelectric prosthesis use with multiple outcome measures
H Bouwsema, PJ Kyberd, W Hill, CK Van Der Sluis, RM Bongers
Journal of rehabilitation research and development 49 (9), 1331-1347, 2012
1242012
The i-LIMB hand and the DMC plus hand compared: a case report
O Van Der Niet Otr, HA Reinders-Messelink, RM Bongers, H Bouwsema, ...
Prosthetics and orthotics international 34 (2), 216-220, 2010
1152010
Learning to control opening and closing a myoelectric hand
H Bouwsema, CK van der Sluis, RM Bongers
Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation 91 (9), 1442-1446, 2010
1112010
Movement characteristics of upper extremity prostheses during basic goal-directed tasks
H Bouwsema, CK Van der Sluis, RM Bongers
Clinical Biomechanics 25 (6), 523-529, 2010
962010
A non‐representational approach to imagined action
I van Rooij, RM Bongers, FG Haselager
Cognitive Science 26 (3), 345-375, 2002
912002
Changes in performance over time while learning to use a myoelectric prosthesis
H Bouwsema, CK van der Sluis, RM Bongers
Journal of neuroengineering and rehabilitation 11, 1-15, 2014
902014
Efficiency of voluntary opening hand and hook prosthetic devices: 24 years of development?
G Smit, RM Bongers, CK Van der Sluis, DH Plettenburg
Journal of rehabilitation research and development 49 (4), 523-534, 2012
832012
Musculoskeletal complaints in transverse upper limb reduction deficiency and amputation in the Netherlands: prevalence, predictors, and effect on health
SG Postema, RM Bongers, MA Brouwers, H Burger, ...
Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation 97 (7), 1137-1145, 2016
772016
Systematic review of pharmacologic treatments of pain after spinal cord injury: an update
S Mehta, A McIntyre, S Janzen, E Loh, R Teasell, SCIRE Team
Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation 97 (8), 1381-1391. e1, 2016
742016
Users’ and therapists’ perceptions of myoelectric multi-function upper limb prostheses with conventional and pattern recognition control
AW Franzke, MB Kristoffersen, RM Bongers, A Murgia, B Pobatschnig, ...
PloS one 14 (8), e0220899, 2019
712019
Information without content: A Gibsonian reply to enactivists’ worries
L van Dijk, R Withagen, RM Bongers
Cognition 134, 210-214, 2015
702015
Learning an EMG controlled game: Task-specific adaptations and transfer
L Van Dijk, CK Van Der Sluis, HW Van Dijk, RM Bongers
PloS one 11 (8), e0160817, 2016
662016
Functionality of i-LIMB and i-LIMB Pulse hands: Case report
O Van Der Niet, CK van der Sluis
Journal of rehabilitation research and development 50 (8), 1123, 2013
662013
Task-oriented gaming for transfer to prosthesis use
L Van Dijk, CK van der Sluis, HW van Dijk, RM Bongers
IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering 24 (12 …, 2015
642015
The role of order of practice in learning to handle an upper-limb prosthesis
H Bouwsema, CK van der Sluis, RM Bongers
Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation 89 (9), 1759-1764, 2008
622008
Learning to use a body-powered prosthesis: changes in functionality and kinematics
LHB Huinink, H Bouwsema, DH Plettenburg, CK Van der Sluis, ...
Journal of neuroengineering and rehabilitation 13, 1-12, 2016
602016
Variations of tool and task characteristics reveal that tool-use postures are anticipated
RM Bongers, CF Michaels, AW Smitsman
Journal of Motor Behavior 36 (3), 305-315, 2004
582004
A vector-integration-to-endpoint model for performance of viapoint movements
D Bullock, RM Bongers, M Lankhorst, PJ Beek
Neural Networks 12 (1), 1-29, 1999
561999
Joint angle variability and co-variation in a reaching with a rod task
MC Van der Steen, RM Bongers
Experimental Brain Research 208, 411-422, 2011
552011
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