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2005 MARS Publications

Chib VS, Patton JL, Lynch KM and Mussa-Ivaldi FA (2005) The Effect of Stiffness and Curvature on the Haptic Identification of Surfaces. In: First Joint Eurohaptics Conference and Symposium on Haptic Interfaces for Virtual Environment and Teleoperator Systems, IEEE-WHC 2005, pp 126 - 131.

Chib VS, Patton JL, Lynch KM and Mussa-Ivaldi FS (2005) The Effect of Stiffness and Curvature on the Haptic Identification of Surfaces, Proceedings of the First Joint Eurohaptics Conference and Symposium on Haptic Interfaces for Virtual Environment and Teleoperator Systems, 0-7695-2310-2/05.

Hidler J (2005). What’s next for locomotor-based studies. J Rehab R and D, 42(1), xi-xiv.

Hidler J, Nichols D, Pelliccio M and Brady K (2005). Advances in the understanding and treatment of stroke impairment using robotic devices. Topics in Stroke Rehab, 12(2), 21-33.

Hidler J, Hornby TG, Kamper DG, Nichols D, Waldinger Fischer H and Stubblefield K (2005). The Use of Robotic Devices To enhance Recovery Following Neurological Injury: Recent Advances and Future Directions: Clinical Considerations and Rationale. American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine – American Society of Neurorehabilitation Conference. Chicago, Illinois.

Hidler J and Wall AE (2005). Changes in muscle activation patterns during robotic-assisted walking. Clin Biomech, 20(2), 184-193.

Hornby TG, Campbell DD, Zemon DH and Kahn, JH (2005). Clinical and quantitative evaluation of robotic-assisted treadmill walking to retrain ambulation following spinal cord injury. Top SCI, 11:2, 1-17.

Kline T, Kamper DG and Schmit, B (2005). Control system for pneumatically controlled glove to assist in grasp activities. IEEE International Conference on Rehabilitation Robotics (ICORR 2005) (pp. 78-81). Chicago, Illinois: IEEE.

Luo X, Kline T, Fischer HC, Stubblefield KA, Kenyon RV and Kamper, DG (2005). Integration of augmented reality and assistive devices for post-stroke hand opening rehabilitation. 27th International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society. Shanghai, China: IEEE.

Patton, JL, Phillips-Stoykov ME and Mussa-Ivaldi FA  (2005) "Evaluation of robotic training forces that either enhance or reduce error in chronic hemiparetic stroke survivors" Exp Brain Res. 2006 Jan;168(3):368-83. Epub  2005 Oct 26.

Patton JL, Dawe G, Scharver C, Mussa-Ivaldi FA and Kenyon R (2005) "Robotics and Virtual Reality: A Perfect Marriage for Motor Control Research and Rehabilitation,"  Assist Technol. 2006 Fall;18(2):181-95..

Patton JL, Wei Y, Hitchens J, Scharver C and Kenyon RV (2005). From Basic Motor control to Functional Recovery IV. Sofia, Bulgaria: Martin Drinov Academic Publishing House.

Ricamato AL and Hidler J (2005). Quantification of dynamic properties of EMG patterns during gait. J Electromyography and Kinesiology, 15(4), 387-395.

Stinear JW and Hornby TG (2005). Stimulation-induced changes in lower limb corticomotor excitability during treadmill walking in humans. Journal of Physiology-London, 567, 701-711.

Wei Y, Bajaj P, Scheidt RA and Patton JL (2005). A Real-Time Haptic/Graphic Demonstration of how Error Augmentation can Enhance Learning. IEEE- International Conference on Robotics and Automation. Barcelona, Spain: IEEE.

Wei Y and Patton JL (2005) "Forces that Supplement Visuomotor Learning: A 'Sensory Crossover' Experiment" conditionally accepted pending revisions, Exp Brain Res

PRESENTATIONS AT ICORR:

Hidler J, Mbwana J, Hodics T and Zeffiro T (2005). MR compatible force sensing system for real-time monitoring of wrist moments during fMRI testing. International Conference on Rehabilitation Robotics (ICORR 2005). Chicago, Illinois: IEEE.

Luo X, Kenyon RV, Kline T, Waldinger Fischer HC and Kamper DG (2005). An augmented reality training environment for post-stroke finger extension rehabilitation. IEEE International Conference on Rehabilitation Robotics (ICORR 2005) (pp. 329-332). Chicago, Illinois: IEEE.

Park HS Peng Q and Zhang LQ "Causality-Based Portable Control System Design for Tele-Assessment of Elbow Joint Spasticity" (podium presentation)

Peng Q, Park HS and Zhang LQ "A Low-Cost Portable Tele-Rehabilitation System for the Treatment and Assessment of the Elbow Deformity of Stroke Patients" (poster presentation)

Peshkin M, Brown DA, Santos-Munné JJ, Makhlin A, Lewis E, Colgate JE, Patton JL and Schwandt D (2005) KineAssist: A robotic overground gait and balance training device. In: IEEE-International Conference on Rehabilitation Robotics (ICORR), Chicago, IL, USA

Reed K, Peshkin M, Hartmann M, Colgate JE and Patton JL (2005) Kinesthetic Interaction. In: IEEE-International Conference on Rehabilitation Robotics (ICORR), Chicago, IL, USA

Scharver C, Patton J, Kenyon R and Kersten E (2005) Comparing adaptation of constrained and unconstrained movements in three dimensions, Proceedings of the 2005 International Conference on Rehabilitation Robotics (ICORR 2005), Chicago, IL

Stoykov N, Lowery M, Heckman CJ, Taflove, A and Kuiken TA "Recording Intramuscular EMG Signals Using Surface Electrodes"

Sukal T, Ellis M and Dewald J "Dynamic Characterization of Upper Limb Discoordination Following Hemiparetic Stroke"

Sulzer JS, Peshkin MA and JL Patton (2005) MARIONET: An exotendon-driven, rotary Series Elastic Actuator for exerting joint torque, International Conference on Robotics for Rehabilitation (ICORR), Chicago, IL

Ravichandran VJ  and Perreault, EJ (2005), "Estimation of muscle synergies in the presence of arbitrary inputs", ICORR, Chicago.

Wei Y, Bajaj P, Scheidt R and Patton JL (2005) "Visual Error Augmentation for Enhancing Motor Learning and Rehabilitative Relearning", IEEE International Conference on Rehabilitation Robotics, Chicago, IL