Sarah Wallwork
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Neural representations and the cortical body matrix: implications for sports medicine and future directions
SB Wallwork, V Bellan, MJ Catley, GL Moseley
British Journal of Sports Medicine 50 (16), 990-996, 2016
A new kind of spatial inattention associated with chronic limb pain?
E Reid, SB Wallwork, D Harvie, KJ Chalmers, A Gallace, C Spence, ...
Annals of neurology 79 (4), 701-704, 2016
Left/right neck rotation judgments are affected by age, gender, handedness and image rotation
SB Wallwork, DS Butler, I Fulton, H Stewart, I Darmawan, GL Moseley
Manual Therapy 18 (3), 225-230, 2013
People with chronic facial pain perform worse than controls at a facial emotion recognition task, but it is not all about the emotion
H Von Piekartz, SB Wallwork, G Mohr, DS Butler, GL Moseley
Journal of oral rehabilitation 42 (4), 243-250, 2015
Do people with chronic musculoskeletal pain have impaired motor imagery? A meta-analytical systematic review of the left/right judgment task
JD Breckenridge, KA Ginn, SB Wallwork, JH McAuley
The Journal of Pain 20 (2), 119-132, 2019
Spatially-defined motor deficits in people with unilateral complex regional pain syndrome
EJ Reid, FA Braithwaite, SB Wallwork, D Harvie, KJ Chalmers, C Spence, ...
Cortex 104, 154-162, 2018
The blink reflex magnitude is continuously adjusted according to both current and predicted stimulus position with respect to the face
SB Wallwork, K Talbot, D Camfferman, GL Moseley, GD Iannetti
cortex 81, 168-175, 2016
Integrating self-localization, proprioception, pain, and performance
V Bellan, SB Wallwork, A Gallace, C Spence, GL Moseley
Journal of Dance Medicine & Science 21 (1), 24-35, 2017
Are people who do yoga any better at a motor imagery task than those who do not?
SB Wallwork, DS Butler, DJ Wilson, GL Moseley
British Journal of Sports Medicine 49 (2), 123-127, 2015
Dizzy people perform no worse at a motor imagery task requiring whole body mental rotation; a case-control comparison
SB Wallwork, DS Butler, GL Moseley
Frontiers in human neuroscience 7, 258, 2013
Rethinking blinking: No cognitive modulation of reflex eye protection in early onset blindness
SB Wallwork, RJ Bufacchi, GL Moseley, GD Iannetti
Clinical Neurophysiology 128 (1), 16-17, 2017
Applying current concepts in pain-related brain science to dance rehabilitation
SB Wallwork, V Bellan, GL Moseley
Journal of Dance Medicine & Science 21 (1), 13-23, 2017
Defensive reflexes in people with pain–a biomarker of the need to protect? A meta-analytical systematic review
SB Wallwork, L Grabherr, NE O’Connell, MJ Catley, GL Moseley
Reviews in the Neurosciences 28 (4), 381-396, 2017
No telescoping effect with dual tendon vibration
V Bellan, SB Wallwork, TR Stanton, C Reverberi, A Gallace, GL Moseley
PloS one 11 (6), e0157351, 2016
Prevalence and incidence of phantom limb pain, phantom limb sensations and telescoping in amputees: A systematic rapid review
A Stankevicius, SB Wallwork, SJ Summers, B Hordacre, TR Stanton
European Journal of Pain 25 (1), 23-38, 2021
Multimodal Sensory-Spatial Integration and Retrieval of Trained Motor Patterns for Body Coordination in Musicians and Dancers
AM Ladda, SB Wallwork, M Lotze
Frontiers in Psychology 11, 3201, 2020
Exploring inner space: modulation of defensive peripersonal reflexes by perceived threat
SB Wallwork
Disruptions to cortical proprioceptive representation in people with chronic neck pain
TR Stanton, H Leake, SB Wallwork, GL Moseley
Physiotherapy 101, e1433-e1434, 2015
Using the Active Movement Extent Discrimination Apparatus to Test Individual Proprioception Acuity: Implications for Test Design
S Antcliff, M Welvaert, J Witchalls, SB Wallwork, G Waddington
Perceptual and Motor Skills 128 (1), 283-303, 2021
Implicit motor imagery performance is impaired in people with chronic, but not acute, neck pain
SB Wallwork, HB Leake, AL Peek, GL Moseley, TR Stanton
PeerJ 8, e8553, 2020
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