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Greater Cognitive-Motor Interference in Individuals Post-Stroke During More Complex Motor Tasks (2022)

Rice, Jordyn et al. (2022). Greater Cognitive-Motor Interference in Individuals Post-Stroke During More Complex Motor Tasks, Journal of Neurologic Physical Therapy, 46 (1), 26-33.

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Researchers assessed individuals after stroke to determine the effect of cognitive-motor interference (CMI) on walking tasks when compared to healthy age-matched peers. The researchers measured single task assessments of serial subtraction, walking s ...

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Population:

Adult

Discipline:

PT

Diagnosis:

Stroke