MINIMAL DETECTABLE CHANGE IN DUAL-TASK COST FOR OLDER ADULTS WITH AND WITHOUT COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT

Review written by Dr Mariana Wingood info

BACKGROUND & OBJECTIVE

Dual Tasking occurs when an individual performs two concurrent tasks that could be performed independently. Each task has a separate goal and assessment. Typically, it includes one motor task, such as walking, and either a secondary motor task (e.g. carrying

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