Abstract：The development of motor rehabilitation methods for stroke survivors is reviewed with a focus on human motor intent controlled rehabilitation. Starting with neurodevelopmental principles of motor rehabilitation that provides neuroscientific basis for the rehabilitation with the control based on human intent, methods of human motor intent detection are reviewed, and feedback approaches are followed. Some challenges for the future development of motor rehabilitation with the control based on human intent for stroke survivors are addressed.
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