Douglas H. Laidlaw

University of Colorado, Boulder, Boulder, CO, United States 
"Douglas Laidlaw"
Mean distance: 17.93 (cluster 49)


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Roger M. Enoka grad student 1993-2000 University of Arizona
 (Association between changes in muscle activation and motor performance with advancing age.)
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Laidlaw DH, Hunter SK, Enoka RM. (2002) Nonuniform activation of the agonist muscle does not covary with index finger acceleration in old adults. Journal of Applied Physiology (Bethesda, Md. : 1985). 93: 1400-10
Burnett RA, Laidlaw DH, Enoka RM. (2000) Coactivation of the antagonist muscle does not covary with steadiness in old adults. Journal of Applied Physiology (Bethesda, Md. : 1985). 89: 61-71
Laidlaw DH, Bilodeau M, Enoka RM. (2000) Steadiness is reduced and motor unit discharge is more variable in old adults. Muscle & Nerve. 23: 600-12
Enoka RM, Burnett RA, Graves AE, et al. (1999) Task- and age-dependent variations in steadiness. Progress in Brain Research. 123: 389-95
Laidlaw DH, Kornatz KW, Keen DA, et al. (1999) Strength training improves the steadiness of slow lengthening contractions performed by old adults. Journal of Applied Physiology (Bethesda, Md. : 1985). 87: 1786-95
Callister RJ, Laidlaw DH, Stuart DG. (1995) A commentary on the segmental motor system of the turtle: implications for the study of its cellular mechanisms and interactions. Journal of Morphology. 225: 213-27
Laidlaw DH, Callister RJ, Stuart DG. (1995) Fiber-type composition of hindlimb muscles in the turtle, Pseudemys (Trachemys) scripta elegans. Journal of Morphology. 225: 193-211
Yue G, Alexander AL, Laidlaw DH, et al. (1994) Sensitivity of muscle proton spin-spin relaxation time as an index of muscle activation. Journal of Applied Physiology (Bethesda, Md. : 1985). 77: 84-92
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