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Adaptation and Generalization to Opposing Perturbations in Walking
(Elsevier Inc., 2013-08)
Little is known on how the CNS would select its movement options when a person faces a novel or recurring perturbation of two opposing types (slip or trip) while walking. The purposes of this study were (1) to determine ...
Generalization of Motor Adaptation to Repeated-Slip Perturbation Across Tasks
Similar adaptations improve both proactive and reactive control of center-of-mass (COM) stability and limb support against gravity during different daily tasks (e.g., sitto-stand and walking) as a consequence of perturbation ...