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Training Dual Tasks Together or Apart in Parkinson’s Disease: Results From the DUALITY Trial (2017)

Strouwen, C. et al. (2017). Training Dual Tasks together or Apart in Parkinson’s Disease: Results From the DUALITY Trial. Movement Disorders, 32:8.

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Researches assessed a group of individuals with Parkinson’s disease on their performance of dual tasking while performing gait. Researchers compared two different styles of dual tasking. The first group had cognitive tasks during gait training and ...

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