Brent W.G. Flodin

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The ability of individuals to adapt locomotion to constraints associated with the complex environments normally encountered in everyday life is paramount for survival. Here, we tested the ability of 24 healthy young adults to adapt to a rightward prism shift (∼11.3°) while either walking and stepping to targets (i.e., precision stepping task) or stepping(More)
An understanding of the transfer (or generalization) of motor adaptations between legs and across tasks during walking has remained elusive due to limited research and mixed results. Here, we asked whether stepping sequences or task constraints introduced during walking prism-adaptation tasks influence generalization patterns. Forty subjects adapted to(More)
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