Data for Table 1 and Fig 2 in Visuomotor error augmentation affects medio-lateral head and trunk stabilization during walking

Published: 13 Nov 2019 | Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/6sdd5bwty3.1
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Description of this data

  1. Each subject's data for Table 1.
    In Table 1, there are 4 sheets.
    Sheet 1 is named as “step width (cm),” and it is each subjects’ data for SW.
    Sheet 2 is named as “step length (cm),” and it is each subjects’ data for SL.
    Sheet 3 is named as “step width SD (cm),” and it is each subjects’ data for SWV.
    Sheet 4 is named as “step length SD (cm),” and it is each subjects’ data for SLV.

  2. Each subject's data for Figure 4 and 5.

  3. “C7MLnormal.mat” is the C7’s medio-lateral position in Fig. 2 under normal condition (1 min long) sampled at 100 Hz for each subject.

  4. “C7MLpositive50.mat” is the C7’s medio-lateral position in Fig. 2 under +5.0 gain sampled at 100 Hz for each subject.

  5. “C7MLpositive25.mat” is the C7’s medio-lateral position in Fig. 2 under +2.5 gain sampled at 100 Hz for each subject.

  6. “C7MLnegative50.mat” is the C7’s medio-lateral position in Fig. 2 under -5.0 gain sampled at 100 Hz for each subject.

  7. “C7MLnegative25.mat” is the C7’s medio-lateral position in Fig. 2 under -2.5 gain sampled at 100 Hz for each subject.

For data in "C7MLpositive50.mat", “C7MLpositive25.mat”, “C7MLnegative50.mat” or “C7MLnegative25.mat”, each trial is 11-min long. Error augmentation started from the 1st data and last for 10 min. The last one min is post-adaptation.

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This data is associated with the following publication:

Visuomotor error augmentation affects mediolateral head and trunk stabilization during walking

Published in: Human Movement Science

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  • Version 1

    2019-11-13

    Published: 2019-11-13

    DOI: 10.17632/6sdd5bwty3.1

    Cite this dataset

    Qiao, Mu; Franz, Jason; Richards, Jackson (2019), “Data for Table 1 and Fig 2 in Visuomotor error augmentation affects medio-lateral head and trunk stabilization during walking”, Mendeley Data, v1 http://dx.doi.org/10.17632/6sdd5bwty3.1

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