No transfer between conditions in balance training regimes relying on tasks with different postural demands: Specificity effects of two different serious games.

@article{Naumann2015NoTB,
  title={No transfer between conditions in balance training regimes relying on tasks with different postural demands: Specificity effects of two different serious games.},
  author={Tim Naumann and Stefan Kindermann and Michael Joch and J{\"o}rn Munzert and Mathias Reiser},
  journal={Gait & posture},
  year={2015},
  volume={41 3},
  pages={774-9}
}
Despite the increasing use of video games involving whole body movements to enhance postural control in health prevention and rehabilitation, there is no consistent proof that training effects actually transfer to other balance tasks. The present study aimed to determine whether training effects on two different video-game-based training devices were task-specific or could be transferred to either postural control in quiet stance or to performance on the other device. 37 young healthy adults… CONTINUE READING
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