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Neural correlates of dual-task walking: effects of cognitive versus motor interference in young adults

Body Composition Assessment
Beurskens R et al.
Used Parameters : SMM, BFM

Publication Year : 2016

Country : Germany

Journal : Neural Plasticity

Walking while concurrently performing cognitive and/or motor interference tasks is the norm rather than the exception during everyday life and there is evidence from behavioral studies that it negatively affects human locomotion. However, there is hardly any information available regarding the underlying neural correlates of single-and dual-task walking. We had 12 young adults (23.8±2.8 years) walk while concurrently performing a cognitive interference (CI) or a motor interference (MI) task. Simultaneously, neural activation in …
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