Rachel L Bevins
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Differences in axial segment reorientation during standing turns predict multiple falls in older adults
RL Wright, DM Peters, PD Robinson, AJ Sitch, TN Watt, MA Hollands
Gait & posture 36 (3), 541-545, 2012
Metronome cueing of walking reduces gait variability after a cerebellar stroke
RL Wright, JW Bevins, D Pratt, CM Sackley, AM Wing
Frontiers in neurology 7, 84, 2016
Stepping to phase-perturbed metronome cues: multisensory advantage in movement synchrony but not correction
RL Wright, LC Spurgeon, MT Elliott
Frontiers in human neuroscience 8, 724, 2014
Older adults who have previously fallen due to a trip walk differently than those who have fallen due to a slip
RL Wright, DM Peters, PD Robinson, TN Watt, MA Hollands
Gait & posture 41 (1), 164-169, 2015
The contribution of proprioceptive and cutaneous cues in weight perception: early evidence for maximum-likelihood integration
C Giachritsis, R Wright, A Wing
Haptics: Generating and Perceiving Tangible Sensations: International …, 2010
A gait rehabilitation pilot study using tactile cueing following hemiparetic stroke
S Holland, R Wright, A Wing, T Crevoisier, O Hodl, M Canelli
ACM, 2014
Stepping to the beat: feasibility and potential efficacy of a home-based auditory-cued step training program in chronic stroke
RL Wright, SB Brownless, D Pratt, CM Sackley, AM Wing
Frontiers in neurology 8, 412, 2017
Metronome‐Cued Stepping in Place after Hemiparetic Stroke: Comparison of a One‐and Two‐Tone Beat
RL Wright, A Masood, ES MacCormac, D Pratt, CM Sackley, AM Wing
International Scholarly Research Notices 2013 (1), 157410, 2013
Even Between-Lap Pacing Despite High Within-Lap Variation During Mountain Biking.
L Martin, A Lambeth-Mansell, L Beretta-Azevedo, LA Holmes, R Wright, ...
International journal of sports physiology and performance, 2012
A heart rate analysis of the cardiovascular demands of elite level competitive polo
LR Wright, MD Peters
International journal of performance analysis in sport 8 (2), 76-81, 2008
Positive pacing strategies are utilized by elite male and female para-cyclists in short time trials in the velodrome
RL Wright
Frontiers in Physiology 6, 425, 2016
A pilot study using tactile cueing for gait rehabilitation following stroke
S Holland, RL Wright, A Wing, T Crevoisier, O Hödl, M Canelli
ICTs for Improving Patients Rehabilitation Research Techniques: Second …, 2015
The efficacy of a task model approach to ADL rehabilitation in stroke apraxia and action disorganisation syndrome: A randomised controlled trial
J Howe, W Chua, E Sumner, B Drozdowska, R Laverick, RL Bevins, ...
PloS one 17 (3), e0264678, 2022
Stepping to an Auditory Metronome Improves Weight-Bearing Symmetry in Poststroke Hemiparesis
RL Wright, JW Bevins, D Pratt, CM Sackley, AM Wing
Journal of Applied Biomechanics 34 (6), 469-473, 2018
Body sway during quiet standing post-stroke: effects of individual and interpersonal light touch
L Johannsen, RL Wright, AM Wing
Journal of neurology 265, 77-79, 2018
Lifetime adherence to physical activity recommendations and fall occurrence in community-dwelling older adults: A retrospective cohort study
RL Wright, P Robinson, D Peters
JOURNAL OF HUMAN SPORT AND EXERCISE-University of Alicante 7 (1), 310-320, 2012
Implications for Falls Prevention of Lifetime Physical Activity and Control of Gait, Posture and Balance in Older Adults.
RL Wright
University of Coventry in collaboration with the University of Worcester, 2009
Effect of starting cadence on sprint-performance indices in friction-loaded cycle ergometry.
RL Wright, DM Wood, DV James
International journal of sports physiology and performance 2 (1), 22, 2007
Moving targets: when data classes depend on subjective judgement, or they are crafted by an adversary to mislead pattern analysis algorithms-the cases of content based image …
G Giacinto
Industrial Conference on Data Mining, 1-16, 2010
Finger flexor strength and the effect of acute handgrip fatigue in advanced level boulderers
R Bevins, W Ashby
BASES Conference 2023, 2023
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