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Cancer survivors post-chemotherapy exhibit unimpaired short-latency stretch reflexes in the proximal upper extremity.

Non-linear properties of the Achilles tendon determine ankle impedance over a broad range of activations in humans.

Optimism persists when walking in unpredictable environments.

Axial stress determines the velocity of shear wave propagation in passive but not active muscles in vivo.

Effect of Dyadic Haptic Collaboration on Ankle Motor Learning and Task Performance.


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Simultaneous Quantification of Ankle, Muscle, and Tendon Impedance in Humans.

Stretch reflex gain scaling at the shoulder varies with synergistic muscle activity.

No Strength Differences Despite Greater Posterior Rotator Cuff Intramuscular Fat in Patients With Eccentric Glenohumeral Osteoarthritis.

Cancer survivors post-chemotherapy exhibit unique proprioceptive deficits in proximal limbs.

Leveraging Joint Mechanics Simplifies the Neural Control of Movement.

Translations of the Humeral Head Elicit Reflexes in Rotator Cuff Muscles That Are Larger Than Those in the Primary Shoulder Movers.


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Estimating the dimensionality of the manifold underlying multi-electrode neural recordings.

Muscle Contraction Has a Reduced Effect on Increasing Glenohumeral Stability in the Apprehension Position.

Interprofessional Inconsistencies in the Diagnosis of Shoulder Instability: Survey Results of Physicians and Rehabilitation Providers.

Frontal plane ankle stiffness increases with weight-bearing.

A review of movement disorders in chemotherapy-induced neurotoxicity.


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Quantifying the Multidimensional Impedance of the Shoulder During Volitional Contractions.

Shear wave velocity is sensitive to changes in muscle stiffness that occur independently from changes in force.


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Experimentally quantifying the feasible torque space of the human shoulder.

A muscle-activity-dependent gain between motor cortex and EMG.


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Altered Neural Control Reduces Shear Forces and Ankle Impedance on a Slippery Surface.

Evidence for startle as a measurable behavioral indicator of motor learning.

Online adaptive neural control of a robotic lower limb prosthesis.


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Mechanisms contributing to reduced knee stiffness during movement.

Using Feedback Control to Reduce Limb Impedance during Forceful Contractions.

Voluntary activation of biceps-to-triceps and deltoid-to-triceps transfers in quadriplegia.


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Semiparametric Identification of Human Arm Dynamics for Flexible Control of a Functional Electrical Stimulation Neuroprosthesis.

Preliminary results for an adaptive pattern recognition system for novel users using a powered lower limb prosthesis.

Detection of and Compensation for EMG Disturbances for Powered Lower Limb Prosthesis Control.

Gait Characteristics When Walking on Different Slippery Walkways.


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Startling acoustic stimuli can evoke fast hand extension movements in stroke survivors.


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Deficits in startle-evoked arm movements increase with impairment following stroke.

Multi-muscle FES force control of the human arm for arbitrary goals.

Withdrawal reflexes in the upper limb adapt to arm posture and stimulus location.

Dealing with target uncertainty in a reaching control interface.


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Evidence for reticulospinal contributions to coordinated finger movements in humans.

Instruction-dependent modulation of the long-latency stretch reflex is associated with indicators of startle.

The number and choice of muscles impact the results of muscle synergy analyses.

Bilateral impairments in task-dependent modulation of the long-latency stretch reflex following stroke.

Real-time evaluation of a noninvasive neuroprosthetic interface for control of reach.

Alterations in upper limb muscle synergy structure in chronic stroke survivors.


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Contributions of altered stretch reflex coordination to arm impairments following stroke.

Co-contraction modifies the stretch reflex elicited in muscles shortened by a joint perturbation.

Stretch sensitive reflexes as an adaptive mechanism for maintaining limb stability.

Interactions between limb and environmental mechanics influence stretch reflex sensitivity in the human arm.


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The differential role of motor cortex in stretch reflex modulation induced by changes in environmental mechanics and verbal instruction.

Toward the restoration of hand use to a paralyzed monkey: brain-controlled functional electrical stimulation of forearm muscles.


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Interactions with compliant loads alter stretch reflex gains but not intermuscular coordination.

Translational neural engineering: multiple perspectives on bringing benchtop research into the clinical domain.

Modeling short-range stiffness of feline lower hindlimb muscles.


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