Information presentation through a head-worn display (“smart glasses”) has a smaller influence on the temporal structure of gait variability during dual-task gait compared to handheld displays (paper-based system and smartphone)

Alireza Sedighi, Sophia M. Ulman, Maury A. Nussbaum

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