The Effects of Vertical Dimension of Occlusion on the Direction of Walking.

Stagg, Claire.


  • Abstract: Abstract Aim: This study was designed to determine if unilateral changes in the vertical dimension of occlusion affected the direction of walking. We hypothesized that subjects were more likely to deviate to the contralateral side of the vertical dimension increase. Methods: Fifty blindfolded subjects were filmed from behind while walking down a corridor for a total of 9 trials in a ... read more
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