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Context: Glenohumeral and scapular upward rotation are important factors in functional upper extremity motion. Objectives: To determine how different amounts of glenohumeral rotation (internal, external, and neutral) affect scapular upward rotation. Design: Controlled laboratory study. Independent variables were the amounts of internal, external, and neutral glenohumeral rotation. The dependent variable was the amount of scapular upward rotation. Setting: Research laboratory. Participants: 40doi:10.1123/jsr.15.2.144 fatcat:axptszynbvgrbf776n2tw5y62q