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Care Should Be Exercised When Titling Articles So as to Not Mislead Readers

      I would like to bring your attention to the dilemma a decisive title can create for a reader when not fully justified by a study's results and limitations.
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        Randomized trial on the effects of attentional focus on motor training of the upper extremity using robotics with individuals after chronic stroke.
        Arch Phys Med Rehabil. 2017; 98: 1924-1931