RIC's Machines Assisting Recovery from Stroke - Publications 2006 - Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago

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2006 MARS Publications

Chib V, Patton JL, Lynch K and Mussa-Ivaldi FA (2006). Haptic Discrimination of Fields and Surfaces. Journal of Neurophysiology, 95, 1068-1077.

Fischer HC, Kahn LE, Barbas J, Roth H, Reinkensmeyer D and Rymer WZ (2006). Robot-Assisted Therapy for the Upper Extremity Following Stroke. American Occupational Therapy Conference. Charlotte, North Carolina.

Fischer HC, Kahn LE, Pelosin E, Barbas J, Roth H and Reinkensmeyer D (2006). Can Robot-Assisted Therapy Promote Generalization of Motor. Biomedical Robotics and Biomechatronics. Pisa, Italy: IEEE

Fischer HC, Kamper DG, Kenyon B, Kline T, Luo X and Rymer WZ (2006). The use of mechatronics and virtual reality for rehabilitation of grasp and release following stroke. International Conference on Aging, Disability and Independence (ICADI). St. Petersburg, Florida.

Harwin WS, Patton JL and Edgerton VR (2006). Challenges and Opportunities for Robot-Mediated Neurorehabilitation. Proceedings of the IEEE, 94, 1717 - 1726.

Hitchens J and Patton JL (2006). Generalization of Motor Adaptation Skills from Bimanual-Grasp to Individual Limbs. IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Conference (EMBC), New York, 20006, 00.

Israel JF, Campbell DD, Kahn JH and Hornby TG  (2006). Metabolic costs and muscle activity patterns during robotic- and therapist-assisted treadmill walking in individuals with incomplete spinal cord injury. PHYSICAL THERAPY, 86, 1466-1478. 

Kahn L, Lum P, Rymer WZ and Reinskensmeyer D (2006). Robot-assisted movement training for the stroke-impaired arm: Does it matter what the robot does?. Journal of Rehabilitation Research and Development, 43(5), 619-630.

Patton JL, Dawe G, Scharver C, Mussa-Ivaldi FA and Kenyon R  (2006). Robotics and Virtual Reality: A Perfect Marriage for Motor Control Research and Rehabilitation. Assistive Technology, 18, 181-195.

Patton JL, Stoykov ME, Kovic M and Mussa-Ivaldi FA (2006). Evaluation of robotic training forces that either enhance or reduce error in chronic hemiparetic stroke survivors. Experimental Brain Research, 168, 368-383.

Patton JL, Kovic M and Mussa-Ivaldi, FA  (2006). Custom-designed haptic training for restoring reaching ability to individuals with stroke. Journal of Rehabilitation Research and Development, 43, 643- 656.

Patton JL, Wei Y, Scharver C, Kenyon RV and Scheidt R (2006). Motivating Rehabilitation by Distorting Reality. BioRob 2006: The first IEEE / RAS-EMBS International Conference on Biomedical Robotics and Biomechatronics. Pisa, Italy.

Reed K, Peshkin M, Hartman MJ, Grabowwecky M, Patton JL and Vishton P. (2006). Haptically linked dyads: are two motor control systems better than one?. Psychological Science, 19, 365-366.

Patton JL, Wei Y, Scharver C, Kenyon RV and Scheidt R (2006). Motivating Rehabilitation by Distorting Reality. BioRob 2006: The first IEEE / RAS-EMBS International Conference on Biomedical Robotics and Biomechatronics. Pisa, Italy.

Sanchez RJ, Liu J, Rao S, Shah P, Smith R, Rahman T, Cramer SC, Bobrow JE and Reinkensmeyer DJ  Automating arm movement training following severe stroke: Functional exercises with quantitative feedback in a gravity-reduced environment , IEEE Trans Neural Syst Rehabil Eng. 2006;14:378-389.