Anticipatory locomotor adjustments for accommodating versus avoiding level changes in humans

@article{McFadyen1997AnticipatoryLA,
  title={Anticipatory locomotor adjustments for accommodating versus avoiding level changes in humans},
  author={Bradford J. McFadyen and Heather Carnahan},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={1997},
  volume={114},
  pages={500-506}
}
 The control of locomotion has been studied from various perspectives related to the tasks of pattern generation, equilibrium control or adaptation to the environment. The last of these locomotor components has received comparably less attention, specifically pertaining to anticipatory adjustments. Continuing the work which has been conducted on both humans and cats, the present paper explores the nature of the differences in anticipatory locomotor adjustments for obstacle avoidance versus the… CONTINUE READING