Jaewon J. Suh

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Stepping over obstacles requires vision to guide the leading leg, but direct visual information is not available to guide the trailing leg. The neural mechanisms for establishing a stored obstacle representation and thus facilitating the trail leg trajectory in humans are unknown. Twenty-four subjects participated in one of three experiments, which were(More)
23 24 25 26 27 # of Figures = 6 28 # of Tables = 0 29 Abstract Word Count = 249 30 31 Abstract: 47 Stepping over obstacles requires vision to guide the leading leg, but direct visual information is 48 not available to guide the trailing leg. The neural mechanisms for establishing a stored obstacle 49 representation and thus facilitating the trail leg(More)
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