Tara L. McIsaac, Ph.D, PT

Affiliations: 
2013- Physical Therapy A.T. Still University of Health Sciences 
Area:
Movement disorders, Motor control & learning
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McIsaac TL, Fritz NE, Quinn L, et al. (2018) Cognitive-Motor Interference in Neurodegenerative Disease: A Narrative Review and Implications for Clinical Management. Frontiers in Psychology. 9: 2061
Greisberger A, Aviv H, Garbade SF, et al. (2016) Clinical relevance of the effects of reach-to-grasp training using trunk restraint in individuals with hemiparesis poststroke: A systematic review. Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine
Diermayr G, Schachner H, Eidenberger M, et al. (2015) Evidence-based practice in physical therapy in Austria: current state and factors associated with EBP engagement. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice
McIsaac TL, Benjapalakorn B. (2015) Allocation of attention and dual-task effects on upper and lower limb task performance in healthy young adults. Experimental Brain Research. 233: 2607-17
Coker E, McIsaac TL, Nilsen D. (2015) Motor imagery modality in expert dancers: an investigation of hip and pelvis kinematics in demi-plié and sauté. Journal of Dance Medicine & Science : Official Publication of the International Association For Dance Medicine & Science. 19: 63-9
Porciuncula FS, Rao AK, McIsaac TL. (2015) Aging-related decrements during specific phases of the dual-task Timed Up-and-Go test. Aging Clinical and Experimental Research
McIsaac TL, Lamberg EM, Muratori LM. (2015) Building a framework for a dual task taxonomy. Biomed Research International. 2015: 591475
McIsaac TL, Lamberg EM, Muratori LM. (2015) Building a framework for a dual task taxonomy Biomed Research International. 2015
McIsaac TL, Benjapalakorn B. (2015) Allocation of attention and dual-task effects on upper and lower limb task performance in healthy young adults Experimental Brain Research
Gallo PM, McIsaac TL, Garber CE. (2014) Walking economy during cued versus non-cued self-selected treadmill walking in persons with Parkinson's disease. Journal of Parkinson's Disease. 4: 705-16
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