Cueing in Parkinson’s disease
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The effects of visual feedback during a rhythmic weight-shifting task in patients with Parkinson’s disease
van den Heuvel, M., Daffertshofer, A., Beek, P. J., Kwakkel, G. & Van Wegen, E. E. 2016 In : Gait and Posture. 48, p. 140-145 6
Effects of augmented visual feedback during balance training in Parkinson’s disease: A pilot randomized clinical trial
van den Heuvel, M. R. C., Kwakkel, G., Beek, P. J., Berendse, H. W., Daffertshofer, A. & van Wegen, E. E. H. 2014 In : Parkinsonism and Related Disorders. 20, 12, p. 1352-1358 7
The effects of augmented visual feedback during balance training in Parkinson’s disease: study design of a randomized clinical trial
van den Heuvel, M. R. C., van Wegen, E. E. H., de Goede, C. J. T., Burgers-Pots, I. A. L., Beek, P. J., Daffertshofer, A. & Kwakkel, G. 2013 In : BMC Neurology. 13, 9 p., 137
Delayed visual feedback reveals distinct time scales in balance control
van den Heuvel, M. R. C., Balasubramaniam, R., Daffertshofer, A., Longtin, A. & Beek, P. J. 2009 In : Neuroscience Letters. 452, 1, p. 37-41
Related PhD Projects
Maarten van den Heuvel & Andreas Daffertshofer, Gert Kwakkel, Peter Beek, Erwin van Wegen
Maarten analyzed behavioral consequences of augmented visual feedback (VF) on postural control. Subsequently he sought to transfer these findings to clinical application by testing whether VF-based balance training may have beneficial effects for patients suffering from Parkinson’s disease.
Related Research Themes & Projects
The Interactive Walkway: Presentation of augmented-reality objects is controlled in a movement-dependent manner using real-time processing of data derived from multiple spatially and temporally integrated sensors.