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The usefulness of auditory pacers as a means of influencing walking cadence

Hewitt, Allan and Rowe, David and Sutherland, Rona (2011) The usefulness of auditory pacers as a means of influencing walking cadence. In: Proceedings SEMPRE Conference 'Striking a Chord': Music Health and Wellbeing. Institute of Education, London, pp. 70-72. ISBN 9781905351176

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Abstract

This paper looks at the usefulness of auditory pacers as a means of influencing walking cadence