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Projects of Peter FEYS


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Insight in Walking-related fatigability in persons with MS: Kinetic and kinematic gait analysis in different MS Groups & Healthy  (R-12105)
Effects of motor performance fatigability on cognitivemotor dual-task walking performance in persons with multiple sclerosis.  (R-11126)
Joke Raats: Testing trunk, shoulder and upper limb in patients with neurological disorders. Reliability, validity and interrelatedness.  (R-11164)
Walking-related fatigability in persons with MS: Psychometric properties of cognitive and coordination fatigability assessment & proof-of-concept of a rehabilitation intervention.  (R-11910)
IOF mandate RWS: Yvette Kerkum  (R-10888)
Between-day reliability and concurrent validity of outcome measures for pain in persons with multiple sclerosis  (R-11659)
Investigating precision in predictive coding during walking to music and metronomes in progressive multiple sclerosis and cerebellar disease.  (R-11783)
Walking-related fatigability in persons with MS: Psychometric properties of cognitive and coordination fatigability measurements & proof-ofconcept of a rehabilitation intervention  (R-11314)
Walking-related fatigability in persons with MS: Psychometric properties of cognitive and coordination fatigability assessment & proof-of-concept of a rehabilitation intervention  (R-11481)
lnvestigating precision in predictive coding during walking to music in multiple sclerosis; with progressive subtypes and cerebellar lesions.  (R-11658)
Implicit and explicit learning strategies for improving mobility-related cognitive motor dual task performance in Multiple Sclerosis  (R-10703)
Sensorimotor synchronization ability of walking and running to metronome sounds and music within motor learning perspective in children with Developmental Coordination Disorder.  (R-9977)
Improving cognition in people with Progressive Multiple Sclerosis: A Multi-Arm, Ran-domized, Blinded, Sham-Controlled Trial of Cognitive Rehabilitation and Aerobic Exercise (CogEx).  (R-9099)







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