Andrew Monaghan
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Virtual time-to-contact identifies balance deficits better than traditional metrics in people with multiple sclerosis
TT Whittier, SB Richmond, AS Monaghan, BW Fling
Experimental brain research 238 (1), 93-99, 2020
The application of principal component analysis to characterize gait and its association with falls in multiple sclerosis
AS Monaghan, JM Huisinga, DS Peterson
Scientific reports 11 (1), 1-10, 2021
Assessing the impact of dual-task reactive step practice in people with Parkinson's disease: A feasibility study
AS Monaghan, JM Finley, SH Mehta, DS Peterson
Human Movement Science 80, 102876, 2021
The relationship between plantar sensation and muscle onset during automatic postural responses in people with multiple sclerosis and healthy controls
AS Monaghan, JM Huisinga, DS Peterson
Multiple Sclerosis and Related Disorders 56, 103313, 2021
Examining the Relationship between Reactive Stepping Outcomes and Falls in People with Multiple Sclerosis
AS Monaghan, A Mansfield, JM Huisinga, DS Peterson
Physical Therapy, 2022
The impact of divided attention on automatic postural responses: A systematic review and meta-analysis
AS Monaghan, H Johansson, A Torres, GA Brewer, DS Peterson
Experimental Gerontology, 111759, 2022
Perturbation practice in multiple sclerosis: Assessing generalization from support surface translations to tether-release tasks
C Van Liew, AS Monaghan, LE Dibble, KB Foreman, DP MacKinnon, ...
Multiple Sclerosis and Related Disorders 56, 103218, 2021
The effect of shoe cushioning on gait and balance in females with multiple sclerosis
AS Monaghan, PG Monaghan, SB Richmond, JA Roper, BW Fling
Experimental Brain Research 239 (8), 2593-2603, 2021
The Effects of Footwear Cushioning on Walking Performance in Females with Multiple Sclerosis
AS Monaghan
Colorado State University, 2018
Torque responses to in-place-perturbations in people with multiple sclerosis
AS Monaghan, DS Peterson
Gait & Posture 84, 346-351, 2021
Review of ‘Modulation of working memory load distinguishes individuals with and without balance impairments following mild traumatic brain injury’
TT Whittier, SB Richmond, AS Monaghan
Brain Injury 33 (3), 394-395, 2018
Associations Between Motor Cortex Inhibition and Stable Turning Characteristics in Healthy Controls and People with Multiple Sclerosis
CW Swanson, SB Richmond, AS Monaghan, MR Hanson, TT Whittier, ...
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