The Specificity of Cognitive-Motor Dual-Task Interference in Young and Older Adults

Ulichney, Virginia F.

2020

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  • Introduction: Standing upright demands motor resources and attention. When a cognitivetask is performed with standing, cognitive and mobility performance decline, which is dual-task cost. Dual-task cost increases with age. The current study aims to determine the specificity of cognitive interference in dual-task costs during cognitive-motor dual-tasking and whether this varies with age. Methods: ... read more
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