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Does aging impair the capacity to use stored visuospatial information or online visual control to guide reach-to-grasp reactions evoked by unpredictable balance perturbation?
Effect of competing attentional demands on perturbation-evoked stepping reactions and associated gaze behavior in young and older adults
Gaze behavior of older adults during rapid balance-recovery reactions
Redirection of gaze and switching of attention during rapid stepping reactions evoked by unpredictable postural perturbation
Does the 'eyes lead the hand' principle apply to reach-to-grasp movements evoked by unexpected balance perturbation?
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