Paul R. Surburg

Affiliations: 
Indiana University, Bloomington, Bloomington, IN, United States 
Area:
Rehabilitation and Therapy, Neuroscience Biology
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Pedersen SJ, Surburg PR. (2008) Lower extremity movement preparation and children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly : Apaq. 25: 36-48
Pedersen SJ, Heath M, Surburg PR. (2007) Lower extremity response time performance in boys with ADHD. Journal of Attention Disorders. 10: 343-9
Lewis CA, Surburg PR. (2006) Assessing midline crossing ability in adults with spastic diplegic cerebral palsy Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly. 23: 356-369
Pedersen SJ, Surburg PR. (2005) Effect of stimulant medication on lower extremity response time of boys with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Perceptual and Motor Skills. 101: 401-7
Pedersen SJ, Surburg PR, Brechue WF. (2005) Ageing and midline crossing inhibition. Laterality. 10: 279-94
Pedersen SJ, Surburg PR, Heath M, et al. (2004) Fractionated lower extremity response time performance in boys with and without ADHD Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly. 21: 315-329
Porretta DL, Surburg PR, Jansma P. (2002) Perceptions of adapted physical education graduates from selected universities on attainment of doctoral competencies Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly. 19: 420-434
Lombardi JA, Surburg P, Eklund S, et al. (2000) Age differences and changes in midline-crossing inhibition in the lower extremities. The Journals of Gerontology. Series a, Biological Sciences and Medical Sciences. 55: M293-8
Surburg PR, Eason B. (1999) Midline-crossing inhibition: an indicator of developmental delay. Laterality. 4: 333-43
Porretta DL, Surburg PR, Gillespie M. (1999) Use of various instructional methods for enhancing gross motor skill acquisition in students with moderate mental retardation Clinical Kinesiology. 53: 63-68
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