Alicia Hilderley
Alicia Hilderley
University of Calgary/Alberta Children's Hospital
Verified email at albertahealthservices.ca
TitleCited byYear
Postural configuration does not alter unperturbed or perturbed reach movement kinematics
S Hua, JA Leonard, AJ Hilderley, PJ Stapley
Experimental brain research 227 (1), 63-78, 2013
112013
Comparison of a robotic-assisted gait training program with a program of functional gait training for children with cerebral palsy: design and methods of a two group randomized …
AJ Hilderley, D Fehlings, GW Lee, FV Wright
Springerplus 5 (1), 1886, 2016
102016
Postural adjustments to support surface perturbations during reaching depend upon body–target reference frame
AJ Hilderley, JA Leonard, A Green, R Ouckama, PJ Stapley
Experimental brain research 233 (1), 303-316, 2015
42015
Noninvasive neuromodulation to promote motor skill gains after perinatal stroke
AJ Hilderley, MJ Metzler, A Kirton
Stroke 50 (2), 233-239, 2019
22019
Reference frames for reaching modify the interaction between modes of postural control
AJ Hilderley
McGill University (Canada), 2012
12012
Global structural connectivity of the contralesional hemisphere is associated with clinical function in hemiparetic children with perinatal stroke (2019 CoChairs' Award for …
B Craig, A Hilderley, H Carlson, A Kirton
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF STROKE 14 (3_ SUPPL), 4-4, 2019
2019
Functional near infrared spectroscopy as an assessment of developmental and interventional plasticity in children with perinatal stroke
A Hilderley, C Duszynski, H Carlson, B Craig, JF Dunn, A Kirton
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF STROKE 14 (3_ SUPPL), 25-25, 2019
2019
Motor imagery and its link with gross motor skill performance in children with cerebral palsy: FC-SP04
A HILDERLEY, M TAYLOR, J CHEN, V WRIGHT
Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology 61, 92-93, 2019
2019
Proximity of TMS and fMRI markers of contralesional motor cortex may relate to clinical function in hemiparetic children with perinatal stroke: FF-SP03
H KUO, A HILDERLEY, H CARLSON, A KIRTON
Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology 61, 120-121, 2019
2019
Opening the Door to Physical Activity for Children With Cerebral Palsy: Experiences of Participants in the BeFAST or BeSTRONG Program
S Kahlon, K Brubacher-Cressman, E Caron, K Ramonov, R Taubman, ...
Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly 36 (2), 202-222, 2019
2019
The Therapeutic Potential of Non-invasive Neurostimulation for Motor Skill Learning in Children with Neurodevelopmental Disorders
MN Grohs, A Hilderley, A Kirton
Current Developmental Disorders Reports 6 (1), 19-28, 2019
2019
Pediatric transcranial static magnetic field stimulation to improve motor learning: the PSTIM trial
A Hollis, E Zewdie, H Kuo, A Hilderley, A Kirton
Brain Stimulation: Basic, Translational, and Clinical Research in …, 2019
2019
Important Changes for Practicing Physicians in the Focused Atrial Fibrillation Guideline Update
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Circulation, 2019
2019
Optimization of fMRI methods to determine laterality of cortical activation during ankle movements of children with unilateral cerebral palsy
AJ Hilderley, MJ Taylor, D Fehlings, JL Chen, FV Wright
International Journal of Developmental Neuroscience 66, 54-62, 2018
2018
Exploring Functional Neuroplasticity and the Associationswith Outcomes of Advanced Gross Motor Interventions forChildren with Cerebral Palsy
AJ Hilderley
University of Toronto (Canada), 2018
2018
Outcomes of a motor learning‐based intervention for children with diplegic cerebral palsy: an fMRI feasibility study
VW A Hilderley, D Fehlings, M Taylor J Chen
71st Annual Meeting of the American Academy for Cerebral Palsy and …, 2017
2017
Neural activation associated with lower limb movements in children with hemiplegic cerebral palsy
FVW AJ Hilderley, BR Morgan, W Lee, D Fehlings, MJ Taylor
70th Annual Meeting of the American Academy for Cerebral Palsy and …, 2016
2016
Independent control of limb force underlies stability during voluntary head movements in standing humans
PJ Stapley, A Hilderley, JA Leonard
2010
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