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  • Gender Influences on Gait When Walking Normally Versus Carrying Weight 

    Homan, Adrea L.; Smith, Chelsea L.; Heffernen, Emily E.; Leon, Elena E. (2010-04-28)
    Anatomically, males and females have many differences. Females tend to have a wider pelvis than males. Traditionally, males have longer limbs as well as larger muscle mass. Based on these facts, we hypothesized that females ...
  • Gender-Based Comparison of Walking Speed and Simultaneous Mental Math Performance 

    Frederick, Vladislav C.; Raether, Ryan J.; Knorpp, Matt T.; Leon, Elena E. (2010-05-10)
    Walking is so automatic to us that we often multitask while walking (for instance, by talking to others, carrying things, or eating/drinking). However, it might be expected that multitasking would cause gait to change as ...