Anne Kristin Wanvik

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Differences in postural control and performance between psychotic patients and healthy subjects were investigated using a dual task paradigm. Center of pressure (CoP) data and whole-body kinematics of the center of mass (CoM) were recorded during quiet standing with and without a backward counting task. Dual task response was similar in both groups: the(More)
Gait is recognized as a key item related to mental function. Anomalous gait in psychotic individuals has been described for the lower extremities, whereas irregularities for upper body dynamics are not described, explained or verified with unbiased methods. Reduced walking velocity and increased somatic tension defined in this patient category may influence(More)
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