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Loram Ian
Loram Ian
Professor of Neuromuscular Control of Human Movement, Manchester Metropolitan University
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Direct measurement of human ankle stiffness during quiet standing: the intrinsic mechanical stiffness is insufficient for stability
ID Loram, M Lakie
The journal of physiology 545 (3), 1041-1053, 2002
5732002
Human postural sway results from frequent, ballistic bias impulses by soleus and gastrocnemius
ID Loram, CN Maganaris, M Lakie
The Journal of physiology 564 (1), 295-311, 2005
4132005
Human balancing of an inverted pendulum: position control by small, ballistic‐like, throw and catch movements
ID Loram, M Lakie
The Journal of physiology 540 (3), 1111-1124, 2002
4032002
The proprioceptive and agonist roles of gastrocnemius, soleus and tibialis anterior muscles in maintaining human upright posture
I Di Giulio, CN Maganaris, V Baltzopoulos, ID Loram
The Journal of physiology 587 (10), 2399-2416, 2009
3102009
Human control of an inverted pendulum: is continuous control necessary? Is intermittent control effective? Is intermittent control physiological?
ID Loram, H Gollee, M Lakie, PJ Gawthrop
The Journal of physiology 589 (2), 307-324, 2011
2872011
Intermittent control: a computational theory of human control
P Gawthrop, I Loram, M Lakie, H Gollee
Biological cybernetics 104, 31-51, 2011
2732011
Paradoxical muscle movement in human standing
ID Loram, CN Maganaris, M Lakie
The Journal of physiology 556 (3), 683-689, 2004
2262004
Human balancing of an inverted pendulum: is sway size controlled by ankle impedance?
ID Loram, SM Kelly, M Lakie
The Journal of physiology 532 (3), 879-891, 2001
2172001
Active, non‐spring‐like muscle movements in human postural sway: how might paradoxical changes in muscle length be produced?
ID Loram, CN Maganaris, M Lakie
The Journal of physiology 564 (1), 281-293, 2005
2092005
Changes in joint angle, muscle‐tendon complex length, muscle contractile tissue displacement, and modulation of EMG activity during acute whole‐body vibration
DJ Cochrane, ID Loram, SR Stannard, J Rittweger
Muscle & Nerve: Official Journal of the American Association of …, 2009
2012009
Use of ultrasound to make noninvasive in vivo measurement of continuous changes in human muscle contractile length
ID Loram, CN Maganaris, M Lakie
Journal of applied physiology 100 (4), 1311-1323, 2006
1842006
Human balancing of an inverted pendulum with a compliant linkage: neural control by anticipatory intermittent bias
M Lakie, N Caplan, ID Loram
The Journal of physiology 551 (1), 357-370, 2003
1532003
The passive, human calf muscles in relation to standing: the non‐linear decrease from short range to long range stiffness
ID Loram, CN Maganaris, M Lakie
The Journal of physiology 584 (2), 661-675, 2007
1442007
Postural activation of the human medial gastrocnemius muscle: are the muscle units spatially localised?
TMM Vieira, ID Loram, S Muceli, R Merletti, D Farina
The Journal of physiology 589 (2), 431-443, 2011
1402011
The frequency of human, manual adjustments in balancing an inverted pendulum is constrained by intrinsic physiological factors
ID Loram, PJ Gawthrop, M Lakie
The Journal of physiology 577 (1), 417-432, 2006
1332006
The passive, human calf muscles in relation to standing: the short range stiffness lies in the contractile component
ID Loram, CN Maganaris, M Lakie
The Journal of physiology 584 (2), 677-692, 2007
912007
Visual control of stable and unstable loads: what is the feedback delay and extent of linear time‐invariant control?
ID Loram, M Lakie, PJ Gawthrop
The Journal of physiology 587 (6), 1343-1365, 2009
872009
Intermittent control models of human standing: similarities and differences
P Gawthrop, I Loram, H Gollee, M Lakie
Biological cybernetics 108, 159-168, 2014
772014
Myoelectric activity along human gastrocnemius medialis: different spatial distributions of postural and electrically elicited surface potentials
EF Hodson-Tole, ID Loram, TMM Vieira
Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology 23 (1), 43-50, 2013
772013
Recruitment of motor units in the medial gastrocnemius muscle during human quiet standing: is recruitment intermittent? What triggers recruitment?
TMM Vieira, ID Loram, S Muceli, R Merletti, D Farina
Journal of neurophysiology 107 (2), 666-676, 2012
762012
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