Fig. 3 | Experimental Brain Research

Fig. 3

From: Comparing the efficacy of metronome beeps and stepping stones to adjust gait: steps to follow!

Fig. 3

Mean normalized step times (a, T step) and step lengths (b, Y step) for S 1S 20 for the perturbation conditions. Note that following phase-advance (−60°) perturbations, a shorter-step response was observed (with both T step and Y step < 100% regardless of the cueing type); after phase-delay (+60°) perturbations, a longer-step response was observed (with both T step and Y step > 100% regardless of the cueing type). For both phase-shift directions, significant differences between cueing types for a given S n are indicated by an open symbol for the T step or Y step that deviated most from 100%; initial step-time and step-length adjustments were faster and larger for the stepping stone (S) than metronome beep (M) conditions

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