Head stabilization on a continuously oscillating platform: the effect of a proprioceptive disturbance on the balancing strategy

@article{Nunzio2005HeadSO,
  title={Head stabilization on a continuously oscillating platform: the effect of a proprioceptive disturbance on the balancing strategy},
  author={Alessandro Marco De Nunzio and Antonio Nardone and Marco Schieppati},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={2005},
  volume={165},
  pages={261-272}
}
When standing and balancing on a continuously and predictably moving platform, body equilibrium relies on both anticipatory control and proprioceptive feedback. We have vibrated different postural muscles of the body to assess any effect of confounding the proprioceptive input on balance during such unstable conditions. Low and high platform oscillation frequencies were used, because different strategies are used to withstand the two perturbations. Eyes open (EO) and closed (EC) conditions were… CONTINUE READING

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