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Paul Stapley
Paul Stapley
University of Wollongong, Science, Medicine & Health
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Effects of physical exercise on health and well-being of individuals living with a dementia in nursing homes: a systematic review
L Brett, V Traynor, P Stapley
Journal of the American Medical Directors Association 17 (2), 104-116, 2016
2152016
Does the coordination between posture and movement during human whole-body reaching ensure center of mass stabilization?
PJ Stapley, T Pozzo, G Cheron, A Grishin
Experimental Brain Research 129, 134-146, 1999
1611999
Trends in triathlon performance: effects of sex and age
R Lepers, B Knechtle, PJ Stapley
Sports Medicine 43, 851-863, 2013
1592013
Standing up from a chair as a dynamic equilibrium task: a comparison between young and elderly subjects
F Mourey, A Grishin, P d'Athis, T Pozzo, P Stapley
The Journals of Gerontology Series A: Biological Sciences and Medical …, 2000
1552000
Master athletes are extending the limits of human endurance
R Lepers, PJ Stapley
Frontiers in physiology 7, 613, 2016
1442016
Neurons in the pontomedullary reticular formation signal posture and movement both as an integrated behavior and independently
B Schepens, P Stapley, T Drew
Journal of neurophysiology 100 (4), 2235-2253, 2008
1442008
Relative improvements in endurance performance with age: evidence from 25 years of Hawaii Ironman racing
R Lepers, CA Rüst, PJ Stapley, B Knechtle
Age 35, 953-962, 2013
1332013
Neck muscle fatigue and postural control in patients with whiplash injury
PJ Stapley, MV Beretta, E Dalla Toffola, M Schieppati
Clinical neurophysiology 117 (3), 610-622, 2006
1262006
The role of anticipatory postural adjustments during whole body forward reaching movements
P Stapley, T Pozzo, A Grishin
Neuroreport 9 (3), 395-401, 1998
1251998
Automatic postural responses are delayed by pyridoxine-induced somatosensory loss
PJ Stapley, LH Ting, M Hulliger, JM Macpherson
Journal of Neuroscience 22 (14), 5803-5807, 2002
1192002
Effects of movement direction upon kinematic characteristics of vertical arm pointing movements in man
C Papaxanthis, T Pozzo, P Stapley
Neuroscience Letters 253 (2), 103-106, 1998
1161998
The pontomedullary reticular formation contributes to the compensatory postural responses observed following removal of the support surface in the standing cat
PJ Stapley, T Drew
Journal of neurophysiology 101 (3), 1334-1350, 2009
1132009
The sensorimotor and cognitive integration of gravity
T Pozzo, C Papaxanthis, P Stapley, A Berthoz
Brain Research Reviews 28 (1-2), 92-101, 1998
1131998
Coordination between equilibrium and hand trajectories during whole body pointing movements
T Pozzo, PJ Stapley, C Papaxanthis
Experimental Brain Research 144, 343-350, 2002
1092002
A prolonged motor imagery session alter imagined and actual movement durations: Potential implications for neurorehabilitation
V Rozand, F Lebon, PJ Stapley, C Papaxanthis, R Lepers
Behavioural Brain Research SreeTestContent1 297, 67-75, 2016
1072016
Reaching to multiple targets when standing: the spatial organization of feedforward postural adjustments
JA Leonard, RH Brown, PJ Stapley
Journal of neurophysiology 101 (4), 2120-2133, 2009
932009
Bilateral vestibular loss in cats leads to active destabilization of balance during pitch and roll rotations of the support surface
JM Macpherson, DG Everaert, PJ Stapley, LH Ting
Journal of neurophysiology 97 (6), 4357-4367, 2007
722007
Predicting vection and visually induced motion sickness based on spontaneous postural activity
S Palmisano, B Arcioni, PJ Stapley
Experimental brain research 236, 315-329, 2018
572018
Postural adjustments for online corrections of arm movements in standing humans
JA Leonard, V Gritsenko, R Ouckama, PJ Stapley
Journal of Neurophysiology 105 (5), 2375-2388, 2011
512011
Spontaneous postural sway predicts the strength of smooth vection
S Palmisano, D Apthorp, T Seno, PJ Stapley
Experimental Brain Research 232, 1185-1191, 2014
472014
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