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Rasman, Brandon G. (author), van der Zalm, P.C. (author), Forbes, P.A. (author)
Background: While standing upright, the brain must accurately accommodate for delays between sensory feedback and self-generated motor commands. Natural aging may limit adaptation to sensorimotor delays due to age-related decline in sensory acuity, neuromuscular capacity and cognitive function. This study examined balance learning in young and...
journal article 2023
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Tisserand, Romain (author), Rasman, Brandon G. (author), Omerovic, Nina (author), Peters, Ryan M. (author), Forbes, P.A. (author), Blouin, Jean S├ębastien (author)
The instability of human bipedalism demands that the brain accurately senses balancing self-motion and determines whether movements originate from self-generated actions or external disturbances. Here, we challenge the longstanding notion that this process relies on a single representation of the body and world to accurately perceive postural...
journal article 2022
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Rasman, Brandon G. (author), Forbes, P.A. (author), Tisserand, Romain (author), Blouin, Jean S├ębastien (author)
Standing balance relies on the integration of multiple sensory inputs to generate the motor commands required to stand. Mechanical and sensory perturbations elicit compensatory postural responses that are interpreted as a window into the sensorimotor processing involved in balance control. Popular methods involve imposed external...
review 2018