The ANOVA revealed a significant difference between sites, with UW subjects showing a slower coastdown deceleration compared with KMRREC and HERL subjects (Table 5).
Rolling resistance was highest at KMRREC, followed by HERL, and lastly UW (Table 6).
Tables 7 and 8 show the site-normalized forces and moments for KMRREC for the 0.
Although not significant, UW had more women in its sample, and both UW and KMRREC differed statistically from HERL on years post-SCI.
Abbreviations: 3-D = three-dimensional, 3MP = third metacarpalphalangeal joint, ANCOVA = analysis of covariance, ANOVA = analysis of variance, HERL = Human Engineering Research Laboratories, KMRREC = Kessler Medical Rehabilitation Research and Education Corporation, NIDRR = National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research, SCI = spinal cord injury, SD = standard deviation, T = thoracic, UW = University of Washington.