Study of Arm Movements in Persons following a Stroke A better understanding of movement problems that related to different levels of arm control are needed to help us develop and/or improve treatments for improving arm function. Currently, studies at the U of D, funded by the National Institutes of Health, seek to enhance our understanding of arm function following a stroke. Participants receive a full comprehensive arm evaluation. Inclusion Criteria: 1. From three months up to three years since your stroke 2. Ability to raise your involved arm upward to the level of your chest and forward to a distance about half of your arm’s length. Please contact John Scholz, PhD, PT (831-6281), Masa Kubo, PhD, PT (831-8666), or Sandra Freitas (831-8666) for more details.