Dual tasking, gait rhythmicity, and Parkinson's disease: which aspects of gait are attention demanding?

@article{Yogev2005DualTG,
  title={Dual tasking, gait rhythmicity, and Parkinson's disease: which aspects of gait are attention demanding?},
  author={Galit Yogev and Nir Giladi and Chava Peretz and Shmuel Springer and Ely Samuel Simon and Jeffrey M. Hausdorff},
  journal={The European journal of neuroscience},
  year={2005},
  volume={22 5},
  pages={
          1248-56
        }
}
Cognitive function and the performance of a secondary, dual task may affect certain aspects of gait, but the relationships between cognitive function and gait are not well understood. To better understand the motor control of gait and the relationship between cognitive function and gait, we studied cognitive function and the effects of different types of dual tasking on the gait of patients with Parkinson's disease (PD) and controls, contrasting measures of gait automaticity and rhythmicity… CONTINUE READING
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