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Using a Split-belt Treadmill to Evaluate Generalization of Human Locomotor Adaptation

DOI :

10.3791/55424-v

August 23rd, 2017

August 23rd, 2017

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1Physical Therapy, School of Health Technology and Management, Stony Brook University, 2Motor Learning Lab, Moss Rehabilitation Research Institute, Einstein Healthcare Network

We describe a protocol for investigating human locomotor adaptation using the split-belt treadmill, which has two belts that can drive each leg at a different speed. We specifically focus on a paradigm designed to test the generalization of adapted locomotor patterns to different walking contexts (e.g., gait speeds, walking environments).

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