Journal of neuroengineering and rehabilitation

(ISSN: 1743-0003)

Table of Contents

2008 - 5

  • A novel method for neck coordination exercise--a pilot study on persons with chronic non-specific neck pain. 
  • Could sound be used as a strategy for reducing symptoms of perceived motion sickness? 
  • Motor unit potential morphology differences in individuals with non-specific arm pain and lateral epicondylitis. 
  • Development of a mathematical model for predicting electrically elicited quadriceps femoris muscle forces during isovelocity knee joint motion. 
  • Effects of an adapted physical activity program in a group of elderly subjects with flexed posture: clinical and instrumental assessment. 
  • Characterization of age-related modifications of upper limb motor control strategies in a new dynamic environment. 
  • Control of the upper body accelerations in young and elderly women during level walking. 
  • Age-related differences in dual task walking: a cross sectional study. 
  • Origins of submovements in movements of elderly adults. 
  • Dual-task costs while walking increase in old age for some, but not for other tasks: an experimental study of healthy young and elderly persons. 
  • Understanding age-related modifications of motor control strategies. 
  • Review on solving the inverse problem in EEG source analysis. 
  • A novel asynchronous access method with binary interfaces. 
  • Standardized voluntary force measurement in a lower extremity rehabilitation robot. 
  • Aging and partial body weight support affects gait variability. 
  • A new electromechanical trainer for sensorimotor rehabilitation of paralysed fingers: a case series in chronic and acute stroke patients. 
  • Accelerometer-based wireless body area network to estimate intensity of therapy in post-acute rehabilitation. 
  • Abnormal joint torque patterns exhibited by chronic stroke subjects while walking with a prescribed physiological gait pattern. 
  • The relation between Ashworth scores and neuromechanical measurements of spasticity following stroke. 
  • Investigating the complexity of respiratory patterns during the laryngeal chemoreflex. 
  • Gait characteristics of subjects with chronic fatigue syndrome and controls at self-selected and matched velocities. 
  • A haptic-robotic platform for upper-limb reaching stroke therapy: preliminary design and evaluation results. 
  • Leg joint power output during progressive resistance FES-LCE cycling in SCI subjects: developing an index of fatigue. 
  • Effects of attention on the control of locomotion in individuals with chronic low back pain. 
  • Effects of an attention demanding task on dynamic stability during treadmill walking. 
  • Hypothesis testing for evaluating a multimodal pattern recognition framework applied to speaker detection. 
  • Human-machine interfaces based on EMG and EEG applied to robotic systems. 
  • A new measurement method for spine reposition sense. 
  • Efficacy of motor imagery in post-stroke rehabilitation: a systematic review. 
  • Predicting muscle forces of individuals with hemiparesis following stroke. 
  • Muscle and reflex changes with varying joint angle in hemiparetic stroke. 
  • A neural tracking and motor control approach to improve rehabilitation of upper limb movements. 
  • A comparative study on approximate entropy measure and poincaré plot indexes of minimum foot clearance variability in the elderly during walking. 
  • Effect of optical flow versus attentional strategy on gait in Parkinson's Disease: a study with a portable optical stimulating device. 
  • An instrumented cylinder measuring pinch force and orientation. 
  • Participatory design in the development of the wheelchair convoy system. 
 
 

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