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Stronger deviations in training at times

In some clients, we find large spread in the results of the same patient e.g.:


  • First training - initial setting: 60ms - best result: 42ms, stimuli on the left side: 66%, on the right side: 100%, total: 82%.
    Next training - initial setting: 60ms - best result: 16ms, stimuli on the left side: 70%, on the right side: 89%, total: 82%.
  • First training - initial setting: 80ms - best result: 50ms, stimuli on the left side: 89%, on the right side: 82%, total: 80%.
    Next training - initial setting: 80ms - best result: 30ms, stimuli on the left side: 71%, on the right side: 84%, total: 80%.
  • First training - initial setting: 80ms - best result: 30ms, stimuli on the left side: 82%, on the right side: 86%, total: 85%.
    Next training - initial setting: 80ms - best result: 26ms, stimuli on the left side: 68%, on the right side: 100%, total: 83%.
  • First training - initial setting: 80ms - best result: 60ms, stimuli on the left side: 80%%, on the right side: 75%, total: 76%.
    Next training - initial setting: 80ms - best result: 60ms, stimuli on the left side: 50%, on the right side: 80%, total: 66%.


    What is the explanation for this?
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    Ralph Warnke
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    In training, this is quite possible. Many factors play a role: 

     

    the time during the day at which the test takes plac

    The level of tiredness in the client
    The starting value
    The level of noise/other distractions ...

    I cannot see anything unusual in the data provided.

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