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“…Forward and backward stepping movements were evoked by a-p translation of a moveable platform on which the subject stood [23]. The perturbation waveform comprised a 300-ms square-wave pulse of acceleration followed immediately by a 300-ms deceleration pulse.…”
Section: B Protocolmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Forward and backward stepping movements were evoked by a-p translation of a moveable platform on which the subject stood [23]. The perturbation waveform comprised a 300-ms square-wave pulse of acceleration followed immediately by a 300-ms deceleration pulse.…”
Section: B Protocolmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Balance-perturbations-Postural reactions were evoked by sudden translation of a computer-controlled movable platform 6,13 on which the subject stood or walked in place. The large size of the platform surface (2m×2m) allowed sufficient space for subjects to take two or more steps in any direction.…”
Section: Protocolmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…These videos were also used to determine whether the response involved a 'crossover' step (foot moved across the mid-sagittal plane and landed laterally with respect to the stance foot) or a 'sidestep sequence' (initial small medial step followed by a lateral step with the other foot) 6,13,28 . The occurrence of stepping was verified from force-plate recordings, and was defined to occur when the vertical ground reaction force of either foot was less than 1% body weight.…”
Section: Protocolmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…In order to maintain postural stability, the displacement and velocity of the body center of mass (COM) must be regulated with respect to the base-of-support (BOS) defined by the feet [13][14][15]. When standing still, the COM should be located over a stationary BOS to control postural stability.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%