|Article title||AGE-SPECIFIC VISUAL EFFECT ON KEEPING VERTICAL POSTURE|
|Authors||Kholmogorova N.V., Kireeva T.B.|
|Section||SECTION IV. METHODS AND COMPUTER STABILOGRAPHY MEANS|
|Month, Year||06, 2008 @en|
|Abstract||Specific and nonspecific role of visual effect on keeping vertical posture of adults and children was explored in this work. Sagittal and frontal stabilograms were registered while keeping vertical posture in different visual conditions. The research results showed that extent of evidence of specific and nonspecific visual effect on keeping vertical posture changes with the age.|
|Keywords||vertical posture, stabilography.|
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