Jill Whitall
Jill Whitall
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Repetitive bilateral arm training with rhythmic auditory cueing improves motor function in chronic hemiparetic stroke
J Whitall, SMC Waller, KHC Silver, RF Macko
Stroke 31 (10), 2390-2395, 2000
Repetitive bilateral arm training and motor cortex activation in chronic stroke: a randomized controlled trial
AR Luft, S McCombe-Waller, J Whitall, LW Forrester, R Macko, JD Sorkin, ...
Jama 292 (15), 1853-1861, 2004
Treadmill exercise activates subcortical neural networks and improves walking after stroke: a randomized controlled trial
AR Luft, RF Macko, LW Forrester, F Villagra, F Ivey, JD Sorkin, J Whitall, ...
Stroke 39 (12), 3341-3350, 2008
Bilateral arm training: why and who benefits?
SMC Waller, J Whitall
NeuroRehabilitation 23 (1), 29-41, 2008
What is motor development? The lessons of history
JE Clark, J Whitall
Quest 41 (3), 183-202, 1989
Bilateral and unilateral arm training improve motor function through differing neuroplastic mechanisms: a single-blinded randomized controlled trial
J Whitall, SMC Waller, JD Sorkin, LW Forrester, RF Macko, DF Hanley, ...
Neurorehabilitation and neural repair 25 (2), 118-129, 2011
Comparing brain activation associated with isolated upper and lower limb movement across corresponding joints
AR Luft, GV Smith, L Forrester, J Whitall, RF Macko, TK Hauser, ...
Human brain mapping 17 (2), 131-140, 2002
Human interlimb coordination: The first 6 months of independent walking
JE Clark, J Whitall, SJ Phillips
Developmental Psychobiology: The Journal of the International Society for …, 1988
Lesion location alters brain activation in chronically impaired stroke survivors
AR Luft, S Waller, L Forrester, GV Smith, J Whitall, RF Macko, JB Schulz, ...
Neuroimage 21 (3), 924-935, 2004
Brain activation of lower extremity movement in chronically impaired stroke survivors
AR Luft, L Forrester, RF Macko, S McCombe-Waller, J Whitall, F Villagra, ...
Neuroimage 26 (1), 184-194, 2005
Effect of gravity on robot-assisted motor training after chronic stroke: a randomized trial
SS Conroy, J Whitall, L Dipietro, LM Jones-Lush, M Zhan, MA Finley, ...
Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation 92 (11), 1754-1761, 2011
Short-duration robotic therapy in stroke patients with severe upper-limb motor impairment.
MA Finley, SE Fasoli, L Dipietro, J Ohlhoff, L MacClellan, C Meister, ...
Journal of Rehabilitation Research & Development 42 (5), 2005
Motor control and learning principles for rehabilitation of upper limb movements after brain injury
C Winstein, AM Wing, J Whitall
Handbook of neuropsychology 9, 79-138, 2003
Psychometric properties of a modified Wolf Motor Function test for people with mild and moderate upper-extremity hemiparesis
J Whitall, DN Savin Jr, M Harris-Love, SMC Waller
Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation 87 (5), 656-660, 2006
Robotic upper-limb neurorehabilitation in chronic stroke patients.
LR MacClellan, DD Bradham, J Whitall, B Volpe, PD Wilson, J Ohlhoff, ...
Journal of rehabilitation research & development 42 (6), 2005
Hand dominance and side of stroke affect rehabilitation in chronic stroke
SMC Waller, J Whitall
Clinical rehabilitation 19 (5), 544-551, 2005
Fine motor control in adults with and without chronic hemiparesis: baseline comparison to nondisabled adults and effects of bilateral arm training
SMC Waller, J Whitall
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 85 (7), 1076-1083, 2004
An examination of constraints affecting the intralimb coordination of hemiparetic gait
JA Barela, J Whitall, P Black, JE Clark
Human Movement Science 19 (2), 251-273, 2000
Improved hemiparetic muscle activation in treadmill versus overground walking
ML Harris-Love, RF Macko, J Whitall, LW Forrester
Neurorehabilitation and neural repair 18 (3), 154-160, 2004
Exploiting interlimb coupling to improve paretic arm reaching performance in people with chronic stroke
ML Harris-Love, SMC Waller, J Whitall
Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation 86 (11), 2131-2137, 2005
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