Browsing publications by Professor Janet Eyre

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Dr Gary Ushaw
Rich Davison
Professor Janet Eyre
Dr Graham Morgan
Adopting Best Practices from the Games Industry in Development of Serious Games for Health2015
Dr Sara Graziadio
Dr Kianoush Nazarpour
Sabine Gretenkord
Dr Andrew Jackson
Professor Janet Eyre
et al.
Greater intermanual transfer in the elderly suggests age-related bilateral motor cortex activation is compensatory2015
Dr Javier Serradilla
Erin Baker
Hannah Preston
Charlotte Lambden
Janice Pearse
et al.
How does the assisting hand assessment relate to relative upper limb movement measured by actigraphy in children with hemiplegia?2015
Professor Janet Eyre
Dr Javier Serradilla
Yafeng Cheng
Dr Graham Morgan
Charlotte Lambden
et al.
An algorithm assessing upper limb function after stroke from action video gameplay for remote monitoring of home-based rehabilitation: Validity and sensitivity to change2014
Dr Javier Serradilla
Dr Jian Shi
Yafeng Cheng
Dr Graham Morgan
Charlotte Lambden
et al.
Automatic assessment of upper limb function during play of the action video game, circus challenge: validity and sensitivity to change2014
Martin Scott
Dr William Blewitt
Dr Gary Ushaw
Dr Jian Shi
Dr Graham Morgan
et al.
Automating assessment in video game teletherapy: Data cutting2014
Dr Sara Graziadio
Rich Davison
Kholood Shalabi
Dr Gary Ushaw
Dr Graham Morgan
et al.
Bespoke Video Games to Provide Early Response Markers to Identify the Optimal Strategies for Maximizing Rehabilitation2014
Rich Davison
Dr Sara Graziadio
Kholood Shalabi
Dr Gary Ushaw
Dr Graham Morgan
et al.
Early response markers from video games for rehabilitation strategies2014
Maha AlGabbani
Dr Graham Morgan
Professor Janet Eyre
Positive relationship between duration of action video game play and visuospatial executive function in children2014
Professor Janet Eyre
Ian Harvey
Professor Thomas Lennard
Dr Alison Tyson-Capper
Dr Annette Meeson
et al.
Reversing paclitaxel resistance in ovarian cancer cells via inhibition of the ABCB1 expressing side population2014
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