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TitleDateCreatorPublication TypeInstitution
Characteristics and coupling of cardiac and locomotor rhythms during treadmill walking tasks...2016Wittstein, Matthew W.StudentKinesiology, UNCG
Characteristics of Stride Behavior During Treadmill Walking and Stationary Stepping2014Rhea, Christopher K.FacultyKinesiology, UNCG
Design of a powered ankle orthosis for rehabilitation2016Waltz, Theodore HerbertStudentEngineering and Technology, WCU
Dosage effect on neuromuscular retention of a fractal gait pattern using a visual stimulus2016Frame, Logan J.StudentKinesiology, UNCG
The effect of the visual characteristics of obstacles on risk of tripping and gait parameter...2011Rhea, Christopher K.FacultyKinesiology, UNCG
The Effects of Quadriceps Strengthening Exercise on Quadriceps Muscle Biomechanics During Lo...2013Leonardis, Joshua StudentExercise and Sports Science, ECU
Entrainment to a real time fractal visual stimulus modulates fractal gait dynamics2014Rhea, Christopher K.FacultyKinesiology, UNCG
Gait dynamics following variable and constant speed gait training in individuals with chroni...2012Rhea, Christopher K.FacultyKinesiology, UNCG
Gait Performance is not Influenced by Working Memory When Walking at a Self-selected Pace2014Rhea, Christopher K.FacultyKinesiology, UNCG
Influence of an unexpected perturbation on adaptive gait behavior2011Rhea, Christopher K.FacultyKinesiology, UNCG
Sensory Training Effects on Obstacle Avoidance in Healthy Older Adults2004Williams, Kathleen FacultyHealth and Human Sciences, UNCG
Using feedback enhanced visual metronomes to manipulate gait dynamics2016MacPherson, Ryan StudentKinesiology, UNCG
Using visual stimuli to enhance gait control2017Rhea, Christopher K.FacultyKinesiology, UNCG
Using visual stimuli to enhance gait control2017Kuznetsov, Nikita FacultyKinesiology, UNCG
Visual exteroceptive information provided during obstacle crossing did not modify the lower ...2007Rhea, Christopher K.FacultyKinesiology, UNCG