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Neural Correlates of Dual-Task Walking : Effects of Cognitive versus Motor Interference in Young Adults

Neural Correlates of Dual-Task Walking : Effects of Cognitive versus Motor Interference in Young Adults

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BEURSKENS, Rainer, Fabian STEINBERG, Franziska ANTONIEWICZ, Wanja WOLFF, Urs GRANACHER, 2016. Neural Correlates of Dual-Task Walking : Effects of Cognitive versus Motor Interference in Young Adults. In: Neural Plasticity. 2016, 8032180. ISSN 0792-8483. eISSN 1687-5443. Available under: doi: 10.1155/2016/8032180

@article{Beurskens2016Neura-34527, title={Neural Correlates of Dual-Task Walking : Effects of Cognitive versus Motor Interference in Young Adults}, year={2016}, doi={10.1155/2016/8032180}, volume={2016}, issn={0792-8483}, journal={Neural Plasticity}, author={Beurskens, Rainer and Steinberg, Fabian and Antoniewicz, Franziska and Wolff, Wanja and Granacher, Urs}, note={Article Number: 8032180} }

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