THE CENTER FOR EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT & INNOVATION
GRANT PROPOSAL SUBMISSION
“Short-term High Variability Training to Enhance Gait in the Elderly”
Dr. Eric G. James, Assistant Professor
Department of Health and Human Performance
National Institutes of Health (NIH)
NIH Small Research Grant Program (Parent R03)
Amount and Project Period:
$ 122,120 over 2 Years
November 15, 2013
The research proposal applies Differential Learning Theory (Schöllhorn, Mayer-Kress, Newell, & Michelbrink, 2009) to examine the possible short-term enhancement of gait in the elderly. Support for the experimental hypotheses will indicate high variability gait training as a possibly more effective form of training than traditional methods to enhance gait in the elderly. Possible implications of these findings are that high variability gait training could shorten the length and cost of gait interventions for the elderly.
“TEACHING, LEARNING AND SCHOLARLY INQUIRY FOR AN INTERCULTURAL WORLD”
Please contact Prisci Roca Tipton at
956-882-5722 for more information related to this Grant Proposal Submission.