Visuo-vestibular influences on the moving platform locomotor aftereffect.

Bunday, K.L. and Bronstein, A.M. 2008. Visuo-vestibular influences on the moving platform locomotor aftereffect. Journal of Neurophysiology. 99 (3), pp. 1354-1365. https://doi.org/10.1152/jn.01214.2007

TitleVisuo-vestibular influences on the moving platform locomotor aftereffect.
TypeJournal article
AuthorsBunday, K.L. and Bronstein, A.M.
Abstract

After walking onto a moving platform subjects experience a locomotor aftereffect (LAE), including a self-generated stumble, when walking again onto a stationary platform. Thus this LAE affords examination of the role of vestibular input during an internally generated postural challenge. The experiments involved walking onto the stationary sled (BEFORE trials), walking onto the moving sled (MOVING), and a second set of stationary trials (AFTER). We investigated 9 bilateral labyrinthine defective subjects (LDS) and 13 age-matched normal controls (NC) with eyes open. We repeated the experiment in 5 NC and 5 LDS but this time the AFTER trials were performed twice, first eyes closed and then on eye reopening. During MOVING trials, LDS were considerably unstable, thus confirming the established role of the vestibular system during externally imposed postural perturbations. During AFTER trials, both groups experienced an aftereffect with eyes open and closed, shown as higher approach gait velocity, a forward trunk overshoot, and increased leg EMG. However, there were no significant group differences due to the fact that stopping the forward trunk overshoot was accomplished by anticipatory EMG bursts. On eye reopening the aftereffect reemerged, significantly larger in LDS than that in NC. The lack of group differences in AFTER trials suggests that when facing internally generated postural perturbations, as in this adaptation process, the CNS relies less on vestibular feedback and more on anticipatory mechanisms. Reemergence of the aftereffect on eye reopening indicates the existence of a feedforward visuo-contextual mechanism for locomotor learning, which is adaptively enhanced in the absence of vestibular function.

JournalJournal of Neurophysiology
Journal citation99 (3), pp. 1354-1365
ISSN0022-3077
1522-1598
Year2008
PublisherAmerican Physiological Society
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.1152/jn.01214.2007
PubMed ID18184886
Web address (URL)http://europepmc.org/abstract/med/18184886
Publication dates
Published01 Mar 2008

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