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Purpose, Subjects and Methods] Prediction distances, as subjective estimates of upper limb reach without trunk movement, were measured for 21 spatial directions in 9 hemiplegic patients, 10 healthy elderly person and 9 healthy adults, in order to investigate motor image disorder in hemiplegic patients with cerebrovascular accident. Error rates (ERs) were then calculated for 21 directions for each subject using the formula, ER (%) = 100 × |X-Y |/ X, where X represents the actual length of thedoi:10.1589/rika.24.269 fatcat:e5f3merajzgfloaos3oghaxuoe