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The aim of this study was to examine the effectiveness of visual biofeedback (VBF) signals from a force platform and accelerometer sensors placed on different body segments. The study was performed on 20 young subjects during standing on a firm and foam support surface with a VBF signal sensed from CoP, lower trunk (L5) and upper trunk (Th4). The VBF signal(More)
The aim of the study was to investigate age-related changes in postural responses to platform translation with 3 various velocities. We focused on the influence of linear velocity using the smoothed profile of platform acceleration (till 100 cm.s(-2)). Eleven healthy young (20-31 years) and eleven healthy elderly (65-76 years) subjects were examined. The(More)
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