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Session Overview
Session
TR17.4: Human movement - Blanace/others
Time:
Wednesday, 10/Jul/2019:
3:10pm - 4:40pm

Session Chair: Rita Stagni
Session Chair: Brian Horsak
Location: HS 34

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Presentations
3:10pm - 3:25pm

EFFECT OF NON-ZERO SENSORY DEAD ZONE ON BALANCING WITH FEEDBACK DELAY

M. Karimov, G. Habib

Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary



3:25pm - 3:40pm

POSTURAL SWAY IN DEVELOPING CHILDREN: SHOULD WE ACCOUNT FOR BODY SIZE AND GENDER?

M. C. Bisi, R. Stagni

DEI, University of Bologna, Italy



3:40pm - 3:55pm

KINETIC CHARACTERISTICS OF THE TRUNK DURING WALKING

S. Kudo1,2, M. Fujimoto3, T. Sato4, A. Nagano4

1Graduate School of Sport and Health Science, Ritsumeikan university, Japan; 2Research Fellow of Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Japan; 3National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Japan; 4College of Sport and Health Science, Ritsumeikan University, Japan



3:55pm - 4:10pm

MALES AND FEMALES EXHIBIT SIMILAR GAIT CHANGES WHEN CARRYING MILITARY LOADS

S. Shanel, A. McGregor, A. M. Bull

Imperial College London, United Kingdom



4:10pm - 4:25pm

MUSCULOSKELETAL FULL-BODY MODELS INCLUDING A DETAILED THORACOLUMBAR SPINE FOR CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS

S. Schmid1,2,3, K. A. Burkhart1,4, B. T. Allaire1, D. Grindle1, M. L. Bouxsein1,2, D. E. Anderson1,2

1Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Center for Advanced Orthopaedic Studies, Boston, MA, USA; 2Harvard Medical School, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Boston, MA, USA; 3Bern University of Applied Sciences, Department of Health Professions, Bern, Switzerland; 4Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Harvard-MIT Health Sciences and Technology Program, Cambridge, MA, USA



4:25pm - 4:40pm

MASS-INERTIAL PARAMETERS OF MALE’S HUMAN BODY POSITIONS FOR SPACE EXPLORATION AS CLASIFIED BY NASA

G. S. Nikolova1, D. M. Dantchev1, V. K. Kotev1,2

1Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Institute of Mechanics, Bulgaria; 2University of National and World Economy, Student Town, UNWE, 1700, Sofia, Bulgaria