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The neural mechanisms of fine motor control and recovery, e.g. after a stroke, are not fully understood, nor how these are influenced by different types of motor therapies, leaving potential for optimization of current rehabilitation strategies. This paper presents the development and evaluation of a novel robotic tool for fMRI-based neuroscience studies allowing to investigate the neural mechanisms of dynamic precision grip and track therapy-induced neuroplasticity. In this proof of principledoi:10.1109/robot.2010.5509691 dblp:conf/icra/DuenasLCG10 fatcat:d3ry55xdb5hk5m6csot5dwuonu