Motor-cognitive dual-task deficits in individuals with early-mid stage Huntington disease.

@article{Fritz2016MotorcognitiveDD,
  title={Motor-cognitive dual-task deficits in individuals with early-mid stage Huntington disease.},
  author={Nora E. Fritz and Katy Hamana and Mark J. Kelson and Anne Rosser and Monica Busse and Lori Quinn},
  journal={Gait & posture},
  year={2016},
  volume={49},
  pages={283-289}
}
BACKGROUND Huntington disease (HD) results in a range of cognitive and motor impairments that progress throughout the disease stages; however, little research has evaluated specific dual-task abilities in this population, and the degree to which they may be related to functional ability. OBJECTIVES The purpose of this study was to a) examine simple and complex motor-cognitive dual-task performance in individuals with HD, b) determine relationships between dual-task walking ability and disease… CONTINUE READING

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