Jessica L Allen
Jessica L Allen
Assistant Professor, West Virginia University
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Neuromechanical principles underlying movement modularity and their implications for rehabilitation
LH Ting, HJ Chiel, RD Trumbower, JL Allen, JL McKay, ME Hackney, ...
Neuron 86 (1), 38-54, 2015
Step length asymmetry is representative of compensatory mechanisms used in post-stroke hemiparetic walking
JL Allen, SA Kautz, RR Neptune
Gait & posture 33 (4), 538-543, 2011
Three-dimensional modular control of human walking
JL Allen, RR Neptune
Journal of biomechanics 45 (12), 2157-2163, 2012
The influence of merged muscle excitation modules on post-stroke hemiparetic walking performance
JL Allen, SA Kautz, RR Neptune
Clinical Biomechanics 28 (6), 697-704, 2013
Long-term training modifies the modular structure and organization of walking balance control
A Sawers, JL Allen, LH Ting
Journal of Neurophysiology 114 (6), 3359-3373, 2015
Increased neuromuscular consistency in gait and balance after partnered, dance-based rehabilitation in Parkinson’s disease
JL Allen, JL McKay, A Sawers, ME Hackney, LH Ting
Journal of Neurophysiology 118 (1), 363-373, 2017
Forward propulsion asymmetry is indicative of changes in plantarflexor coordination during walking in individuals with post-stroke hemiparesis
JL Allen, SA Kautz, RR Neptune
Clinical biomechanics 29 (7), 780-786, 2014
Contribution of muscle short-range stiffness to initial changes in joint kinetics and kinematics during perturbations to standing balance: A simulation study
F De Groote, JL Allen, LH Ting
Journal of biomechanics 55, 71-77, 2017
Feasible muscle activation ranges based on inverse dynamics analyses of human walking
CS Simpson, MH Sohn, JL Allen, LH Ting
Journal of biomechanics 48 (12), 2990-2997, 2015
Machine-learning to stratify diabetic patients using novel cardiac biomarkers and integrative genomics
QA Hathaway, SM Roth, MV Pinti, DC Sprando, A Kunovac, AJ Durr, ...
Cardiovascular diabetology 18 (1), 1-16, 2019
Hip and ankle responses for reactive balance emerge from varying priorities to reduce effort and kinematic excursion: A simulation study
CS Versteeg, LH Ting, JL Allen
Journal of biomechanics 49 (14), 3230-3237, 2016
Why is neuromechanical modeling of balance and locomotion so hard?
JL Allen, LH Ting
Neuromechanical Modeling of Posture and Locomotion, 197-223, 2016
Gait rehabilitation using functional electrical stimulation induces changes in ankle muscle coordination in stroke survivors: a preliminary study
JL Allen, LH Ting, TM Kesar
Frontiers in neurology 9, 1127, 2018
Motor module generalization across balance and walking is impaired after stroke
JL Allen, TM Kesar, LH Ting
Journal of neurophysiology 122 (1), 277-289, 2019
The motor repertoire of older adult fallers may constrain their response to balance perturbations
JL Allen, JR Franz
Journal of neurophysiology 120 (5), 2368-2378, 2018
Computational design of FastFES treatment to improve propulsive force symmetry during post-stroke gait: a feasibility study
NR Sauder, AJ Meyer, JL Allen, LH Ting, TM Kesar, BJ Fregly
Frontiers in neurorobotics 13, 80, 2019
Neuromechanics of Postural Control.
LH Ting, JL Allen
Encyclopedia of Computational Neuroscience, 2014
Modular control of walking: a 3D simulation study
JL Allen, SA Kautz, RR Neptune
Proceedings of American Society of Biomechanics Annual Meeting. Long Beach, 3-4, 2011
Generalization of motor module recruitment across standing reactive balance and walking is associated with beam walking performance in young adults
JL Allen, HD Carey, LH Ting, A Sawers
Gait & Posture 82, 242-247, 2020
Reorganization of motor modules for standing reactive balance recovery following pyridoxine-induced large-fiber peripheral sensory neuropathy in cats
AM Payne, A Sawers, JL Allen, PJ Stapley, JM Macpherson, LH Ting
Journal of Neurophysiology 124 (3), 868-882, 2020
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