Studies in sensorimotor adaptation to advance motor rehabilitation

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by Gelsy Torres-Oviedo , University of Pittsburgh

Effective human locomotion requires adaptation of one’s movements to compensate for sustained changes in the body or in the walking environment.  In this seminar, we will discuss methods for characterizing the human ability to adapt motor outputs and sensory inputs. We will present subject-specific behavior and group responses to highlight the value of individual characterization to develop effective gait rehabilitation strategies