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Practice does not diminish the role of visual information in on-line control of a precision walking task: Support for the specificity of practice hypothesis

Bibliographic reference Proteau, Luc ; Tremblay, Luc ; De Jaeger, Dominique. Practice does not diminish the role of visual information in on-line control of a precision walking task: Support for the specificity of practice hypothesis . In: Journal of motor behavior, Vol. 30, no. 2, p. 143-150 (1998)
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