A simple procedure to synchronize concurrent measurements of gait and brain electrical activity and preliminary results from a pilot measurement involving motor-cognitive dual-tasking in healthy older and young volunteers

  • alentine L. Marcara, Stephanie A. Bridenbaughb, Jan Koola, Reto W. Kressigb
  • Published 2014

Abstract

Background: The ability to record brain activity under normal walking conditions is the key to studying supraspinal influence on spinal gait control. New method: We developed a procedure of synchronizing an electronic walkway (GAITRite, CIR Systems Inc.) with a multi-channel, wireless EEG-system (BrainAmp, Brainproducts). To assess the practicability of our… (More)

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@inproceedings{Marcara2014ASP, title={A simple procedure to synchronize concurrent measurements of gait and brain electrical activity and preliminary results from a pilot measurement involving motor-cognitive dual-tasking in healthy older and young volunteers}, author={alentine L. Marcara and Stephanie A. Bridenbaughb and Jan Koola and Reto W. Kressigb}, year={2014} }