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Exploring altered body perception and comfort after stroke: An interpretive phenomenological analysis (2018)
Journal Article
Stott, H., Cramp, M., McClean, S., & Turton, A. (2018). Exploring altered body perception and comfort after stroke: An interpretive phenomenological analysis. Clinical Rehabilitation, 32(10), 1406-1417. https://doi.org/10.1177/0269215518784346

Background: After stroke, changes to body perception are common. However, little is known about what these disturbed perceptions feel like to the stroke survivor. This study took a phenomenological approach to explore experiences of altered body per... Read More about Exploring altered body perception and comfort after stroke: An interpretive phenomenological analysis.

Embodiment, altered perception and comfort after stroke
Thesis
Stott, H. (2019). Embodiment, altered perception and comfort after stroke. (Thesis). University of the West of England

After stroke, changes to body perception are common. However, little is known about what these disturbed perceptions feel like to the stroke survivor. This programme of work used embodiment theory to explore stroke survivors’ experiences of altered b... Read More about Embodiment, altered perception and comfort after stroke.