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Mark Hollands
Mark Hollands
Professor of Movement Neuroscience, Liverpool John Moores University
Verified email at ljmu.ac.uk - Homepage
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“Look where you’re going!”: gaze behaviour associated with maintaining and changing the direction of locomotion
MA Hollands, AE Patla, JN Vickers
Experimental brain research 143, 221-230, 2002
3482002
Evidence for a link between changes to gaze behaviour and risk of falling in older adults during adaptive locomotion
GJ Chapman, MA Hollands
Gait & posture 24 (3), 288-294, 2006
1822006
Human eye movements during visually guided stepping
MA Hollands, DE Marple-Horvat, S Henkes, AK Rowan
Journal of motor behavior 27 (2), 155-163, 1995
1801995
A new paradigm to investigate the roles of head and eye movements in the coordination of whole-body movements
MA Hollands, NV Ziavra, AM Bronstein
Experimental brain research 154, 261-266, 2004
1712004
Effects of head immobilization on the coordination and control of head and body reorientation and translation during steering
M Hollands, K Sorensen, A Patla
Experimental brain research 140, 223-233, 2001
1702001
Visually guided stepping under conditions of step cycle-related denial of visual information
MA Hollands, DE Marple-Horvat
Experimental brain research 109, 343-356, 1996
1671996
Evidence that older adult fallers prioritise the planning of future stepping actions over the accurate execution of ongoing steps during complex locomotor tasks
GJ Chapman, MA Hollands
Gait & posture 26 (1), 59-67, 2007
1622007
Coordination of eye and leg movements during visually guided stepping
MA Hollands, DE Marple-Horvat
Journal of motor behavior 33 (2), 205-216, 2001
1532001
The effects of human ankle muscle vibration on posture and balance during adaptive locomotion
KL Sorensen, MA Hollands, AE Patla
Experimental brain research 143, 24-34, 2002
1212002
Interventions for coordination of walking following stroke: systematic review
KL Hollands, TA Pelton, SF Tyson, MA Hollands, PM van Vliet
Gait & posture 35 (3), 349-359, 2012
1142012
Kinematics of turning 180 during the timed up and go in stroke survivors with and without falls history
K Leigh Hollands, MA Hollands, D Zietz, A Miles Wing, C Wright, ...
Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair 24 (4), 358-367, 2010
1092010
Kinematics of turning 180 during the timed up and go in stroke survivors with and without falls history
K Leigh Hollands, MA Hollands, D Zietz, A Miles Wing, C Wright, ...
Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair 24 (4), 358-367, 2010
1092010
Stepping characteristics and Centre of Mass control during stair descent: Effects of age, fall risk and visual factors
D Zietz, L Johannsen, M Hollands
Gait & posture 34 (2), 279-284, 2011
1012011
Gaze behavior of young and older adults during stair walking
D Zietz, M Hollands
Journal of motor behavior 41 (4), 357-366, 2009
972009
Gaze displacement and inter-segmental coordination during large whole body voluntary rotations
D Anastasopoulos, N Ziavra, M Hollands, A Bronstein
Experimental brain research 193, 323-336, 2009
872009
Can telling older adults where to look reduce falls? Evidence for a causal link between inappropriate visual sampling and suboptimal stepping performance
WR Young, MA Hollands
Experimental brain research 204, 103-113, 2010
852010
Evidence for interactive locomotor and oculomotor deficits in cerebellar patients during visually guided stepping
KA Crowdy, MA Hollands, IT Ferguson, DE Marple-Horvat
Experimental brain research 135, 437-454, 2000
792000
Influences of state anxiety on gaze behavior and stepping accuracy in older adults during adaptive locomotion
WR Young, AM Wing, MA Hollands
Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences …, 2012
772012
Age-related differences in stepping performance during step cycle-related removal of vision
GJ Chapman, MA Hollands
Experimental brain research 174, 613-621, 2006
702006
Evidence for age-related decline in visuomotor function and reactive stepping adjustments
WR Young, MA Hollands
Gait & posture 36 (3), 477-481, 2012
682012
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