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Article Dans Une Revue International Journal of Developmental Neuroscience Année : 2019

Effects of dual tasking on postural and gait performances in children with cerebral palsy and healthy children

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Simultaneous execution of motor and cognitive tasks is embedded in the daily life of children. 53 children of 7-12 years and 22 adults (study 1), 20 healthy children and 20 children of 7-12 years with cerebral palsy (study 2) performed a Stroop-animal task simultaneously with a standing or a walking task in order to determine the attentional demand of postural control and locomotion. Dual-task cost decreased with advancing age in healthy children during balance. CP and healthy children were similarly affected by dual-task constraints during standing and walking. Children with diplegia were more affected by the DT during the postural task than children with hemiplegia. We found that adults could benefit from dual-tasking for standing. The integrated model of task prioritization might explain our results regarding postural reserve of each population.
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hal-03216921 , version 1 (04-05-2021)

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Estelle Palluel, Guillaume Chauvel, Véronique Bourg, Marie-Christine Commare, Chloé Prado, et al.. Effects of dual tasking on postural and gait performances in children with cerebral palsy and healthy children. International Journal of Developmental Neuroscience, 2019, 79 (1), pp.54-64. ⟨10.1016/j.ijdevneu.2019.10.008⟩. ⟨hal-03216921⟩
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