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Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Dr Lisa Alcock
Professor Lynn Rochester
Rodrigo Vitorio
Dr Annette Pantall
Monitoring multiple cortical regions during walking in young and older adults: dual-task response and comparison challenges2019
Aisha Islam
Dr Lisa Alcock
Cuili Chen
Dr Kianoush Nazarpour
Professor Lynn Rochester
et al.
Auditory rhythmic cueing changes muscle activity patterns during walking in people with Parkinson’s disease2018
Aisha Islam
Cuili Chen
Dr Lisa Alcock
Dr Kianoush Nazarpour
Professor Lynn Rochester
et al.
Changes in muscle activity on application of an auditory rhythmic cue2018
Aisha Islam
Dr Lisa Alcock
Cuili Chen
Dr Kianoush Nazarpour
Professor Lynn Rochester
et al.
Effect of rhythmic auditory cueing on muscle synergies in people with Parkinson's disease: A pilot study2018
Dr Annette Pantall
Dr Silvia Del Din
Professor Lynn Rochester
Longitudinal changes over thirty-six months in postural control dynamics and cognitive function in people with Parkinson's disease2018
Aisha Islam
Cuili Chen
Dr Lisa Alcock
Dr Kianoush Nazarpour
Professor Lynn Rochester
et al.
Muscle synergies are related to gait parameters during walking to an auditory rhythmic cue in people with Parkinson's disease2018
Dr Annette Pantall
Dr Alison Yarnall
Dr Silvia Del Din
Professor Lynn Rochester
Postural dynamics are associated with cognitive decline in Parkinson's disease2018
Rodrigo Vitorio
Dr Sam Stuart
Professor Lynn Rochester
Dr Lisa Alcock
Dr Annette Pantall
et al.
Reduced gait variability and enhanced brain activity in older adults with auditory cues: a functional near infra-red spectroscopy study2018
Rodrigo Vitorio
Dr Lisa Alcock
Dr Sam Stuart
Professor Emidio Silva
Professor Lynn Rochester
et al.
Activity in multiple frontal cortical areas during normal, fast and dual task walking: preliminary results of an fNIRS study.2017
Rodrigo Vitorio
Dr Sam Stuart
Professor Lynn Rochester
Dr Lisa Alcock
Dr Annette Pantall
et al.
fNIRS response during walking — Artefact or cortical activity? A systematic review2017
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