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Exoskeletons for lower and upper extremities have been introduced in

neurorehabilitation because they can guide the patient�s limb following its
anatomy, covering many degrees of freedom and most of its natural workspace, and
allowing the control of the articular joints. The aims of this study were to
evaluate the possible use of a novel exoskeleton, the Arm Light Exoskeleton (ALEx),
for robot-aided neurorehabilitation and to investigate the effects of some
rehabilitative strategies adopted in robot-assisted training.