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Effects of Walking Speeds and Cognitive Task on Gait Variability
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 Title & Authors
Effects of Walking Speeds and Cognitive Task on Gait Variability
Choi, Jin-Seung; Kang, Dong-Won; Tack, Gye-Rae;
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 Abstract
The purpose of this study was to identify effects of walking speed and a cognitive task during treadmill walking on gait variability. Experiments consisted of 5 different walking speeds(80%, 90%, 100%, 110% and 120% of preferred walking speed) with/without a cognitive task. 3D motion analysis system was used to measure subject's kinematic data. Temporal/spatial variables were selected for this study; stride time, stance time, swing time, step time, double support time, stride length, step length and step width. Two parameters were used to compare stride-to-stride variability with/without cognitive task. One is the coefficient of variance which is used to describe the amount of variability. The other is the detrended fluctuation analysis which is used to infer self-similarity from fluctuation of aspects. Results showed that cognitive task may influence stride-to-stride variability during treadmill walking. Further study is necessary to clarify this result.
 Keywords
GAIT VARIABILITY;WALKING SPEED;COGNITIVE TASK;DFA;FRACTAL ANALYSIS;
 Language
Korean
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