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  • Fractal analyses reveal independent complexity and predictability of gaitPeer reviewedOpen access 

    28 novembre 2017, Dierick, Frédéric; Nivard, Anne-Laure; White, Olivier; Buisseret, Fabien, HE Louvain en Hainaut
    Livre/Ouvrage ou monographie
    Locomotion is a natural task that has been assessed for decades and used as a proxy to highlight impairments of various origins. So far, most studies adopted classical linear analy- ses of spatio-temporal gait parameters. Here, we use more advanced, yet not less practical, non-linear techniques to analyse gait time series of healthy subjects. We aimed at finding more sensitive indexes related to ...
  • Digital natives and dual task: Handling it but not immune against cognitive-locomotor interferencesPeer reviewedOpen access 

    19 mai 2020, Dierick, Frédéric; Buisseret, Fabien; Renson, Mathieu; Luta, Adele Mae, HE Louvain en HainautCERISIC
    Article scientifique
    Digital natives developed in an electronic dual tasking world. This paper addresses two questions. Do digital natives respond differently under a cognitive load realized during a locomotor task in a dual-tasking paradigm and how does this address the concept of safety? We investigate the interplay between cognitive (talking and solving Raven’s matrices) and locomotor (walking on a treadmill) tasks ...