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Sterr, A, Szameitat, A, Shen, S and Freivogel, S (2006) Application of the CIT concept in the clinical environment - Hurdles, practicalities, and clinical benefits Cognitive and Behavioral Neurology, 19 (1). pp. 48-54.

Sterr, Annette and Freivogel, Susanna (2004) Intensive training in chronic upper limb hemiparesis does not increase spasticity or synergies Neurology, 63. pp. 2176-2177.

Sterr, Annette and Freivogel, Susanna (2003) Motor-improvement following intensive training in low-functioning chronic hemiparesis Neurology, 61. pp. 842-844.

Sterr, Annette, Freivogel, Susanna and Schmalohr, Dieter (2002) Neurobehavioral Aspects of Recovery: Assessment of the Learned Nonuse Phenomenon in Hemiparetic Adolescents Archives of Pysical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 83. pp. 1726-1731.

Sterr, A., Freivogel, S. and Voss, A. (2002) Exploring a repetitive training regime for upper limb hemiparesis in an in-patient setting: a report on three case studies Brain Injury, 16 (12). pp. 1093-1107.

Sterr, A, Schmalohr, D, Kolbel, S and Freivogel, S (2001) Functional reorganization of motor areas following forced-use rehabilitation training in hemiparetic patients: A TMS study Biomedical Engineering, 46. pp. 102-108.

Sterr, A, Schmalohr, D, Kolbel, S and Freivogel, S (2000) Transcranial magnetic stimulation-based investigation of motor cortex reorganization after repetitive training in brain-injured patients PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY, 37. S95-S95.

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