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High contextual interference in perturbation-based balance training leads to persistent and generalizable stability gains of compensatory limb movements (2020)

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      TAKAZONO, Patrícia Sayuri et al. High contextual interference in perturbation-based balance training leads to persistent and generalizable stability gains of compensatory limb movements. Experimental Brain Research volume 238, pages1249–1263(2020), v. 238, n. 5, p. 1249-1263, 2020Tradução . . Disponível em: https://doi.org/10.1007/s00221-020-05806-x. Acesso em: 21 mar. 2023.
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      Takazono, P. S., Souza, C. R. de, Oliveira, J. Á. de, Coelho, D. B., & Teixeira, L. A. (2020). High contextual interference in perturbation-based balance training leads to persistent and generalizable stability gains of compensatory limb movements. Experimental Brain Research volume 238, pages1249–1263(2020), 238( 5), 1249-1263. doi:10.1007/s00221-020-05806-x
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      Takazono PS, Souza CR de, Oliveira JÁ de, Coelho DB, Teixeira LA. High contextual interference in perturbation-based balance training leads to persistent and generalizable stability gains of compensatory limb movements [Internet]. Experimental Brain Research volume 238, pages1249–1263(2020). 2020 ; 238( 5): 1249-1263.[citado 2023 mar. 21 ] Available from: https://doi.org/10.1007/s00221-020-05806-x
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      Takazono PS, Souza CR de, Oliveira JÁ de, Coelho DB, Teixeira LA. High contextual interference in perturbation-based balance training leads to persistent and generalizable stability gains of compensatory limb movements [Internet]. Experimental Brain Research volume 238, pages1249–1263(2020). 2020 ; 238( 5): 1249-1263.[citado 2023 mar. 21 ] Available from: https://doi.org/10.1007/s00221-020-05806-x

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