Original, peer-reviewed research articles
Alibiglou L, Brown DA Relative temporal leading or following position of the contralateral limb generates different aftereffects in muscle phasing following adaptation training post-stroke. Exp Brain Res. May;211(1):37-50, 2011. Epub 2011 Apr 6.
Rogers LM, Stinear JW, Lewis GN, Brown DA Descending control to the non-paretic limb degrades the cyclic activity of paretic leg muscles. Hum Mov Sci. Dec;30(6):1225-44, 2011. Epub 2011 May 20.
Alibiglou L, Brown DA Impaired muscle phasing systematically adapts to varied relative angular relationships during locomotion in people poststroke. J Neurophysiol. 2011 Apr;105(4):1660-70. Epub 2011 Feb 9.
Rogers LM, Brown DA, Stinear J: The effects of paired associative stimulation on knee extensor motor excitability of individuals post stroke: a pilot study. Clin Neurophysiol. Jun;122(6):1211-8, 2011. Epub 2010 Dec 3.
Capewell, R.A, Brown, DA Rockefeller, K. Evaluation of a tool kit for safe patient handling in the homecare setting. American Journal Safe Patient Handling & Movement, 1( 1,) 22-29, 2011.
Burgess JK, Weibel GC, Brown DA Overground walking speed changes when subjected to body weight support conditions for nonimpaired and post stroke individuals. J Neural Engr Rehab 7:6, 2010.
Mulroy SJ, Klassen T, Gronley JK, Eberly, V, Brown DA, Sullivan, KJ: Gait parameters associated with responsiveness to a body weight supported treadmill training program in individuals post-stroke: An exploratory study. Physical Therapy, 90 (2): 209-223. 2010. Epub 2009 Dec 18.
Alibiglou L, López-Ortiz C, Walter CB, Brown DA Bilateral limb phase relationship and its potential to alter muscle activity phasing during locomotion. J Neurophysiol. 102(5):2856-65. 2009.