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Andréia Abud da Silva Costa

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Universidade de São Paulo (USP). Escola de Educação Física e Esporte de Ribeirão Preto (EEFERP)  (Institutional affiliation for the last research proposal)
Birthplace: Brazil

graduation at Educação Física from Universidade de São Paulo (2015) and graduation at Fisioterapia from Universidade de São Paulo (2011). Has experience in Fitness, focusing on Fitness, acting on the following subjects: condicionamento físico, sistema âncora, anchor system, estabilidade locomotora and acupuntura sistêmica. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)

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DA SILVA COSTA, ANDREA ABUD; DOS SANTOS, LUCIANA OLIVEIRA; MAUERBERG-DECASTRO, ELIANE; MORAES, RENATO. Task difficulty has no effect on haptic anchoring during tandem walking in young and older adults. Neuroscience Letters, v. 666, p. 133-138, . Web of Science Citations: 3. (13/23791-3, 15/02404-7)

DA SILVA COSTA, ANDREIA ABUD; DOS SANTOS, LUCIANA OLIVEIRA; MORAES, RENATO. Effect of a cognitive task on online adjustments when avoiding stepping on an obstacle and stepping on a target during walking in young adults. Experimental Brain Research, v. 236, n. 8, p. 2387-2397, . Web of Science Citations: 2. (16/02202-8)

DA SILVA COSTA, ANDREIA ABUD; ROSSI MANCIOPI, PRISCILA ABBARI; MAUERBERG-DECASTRO, ELIANE; MORAES, RENATO. Haptic information provided by the ``anchor system{''} reduces trunk sway acceleration in the frontal plane during tandem walking in older adults. Neuroscience Letters, v. 609, p. 1-6, . Web of Science Citations: 6. (13/23791-3)

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