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    • VARIABILITY OF PRACTICE AND ITS APPLICATION TO LOCOMOTOR ADAPTATION 

      Hinkel-Lipsker, Jacob (University of Oregon, 2017-09-06)
      Asymmetric gait, or a difference in functioning between legs during human locomotion, is a health concern that can lead to secondary complications such as chronic musculoskeletal injury or a more sedentary lifestyle. ...
    • Visuospatial Attention During Locomotion 

      Lo, On-Yee (University of Oregon, 2016-02-23)
      Locomotion requires visuospatial attention. However, the role and cortical control of visuospatial attention during locomotion remain unclear. Four experiments were conducted in this study to examine the role and cortical ...