35.The "atypical" posture and gait characteristics we often observe in : 2106777
35.The "atypical" posture and gait characteristics we often observe in children and adults with cerebral palsy can be related to strategies the individuals have developed in order to maintain a stable head position during locomotion.
36.Gait transitions, from walking to running and running to walking, occur at the same speed for all people.
37.It is likely that multiple factors explain why spontaneous gait transitions occur.
38.Vision provides body-scaled information to facilitate our interactions with objects and surfaces.