Jody L. Jensen, Ph.D.

University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas, U.S.A. 
"Jody Jensen"
Mean distance: 17.38 (cluster 29)
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Jeon W, Jensen JL, Griffin L. (2019) Muscle activity and balance control during sit-to-stand across symmetric and asymmetric initial foot positions in healthy adults. Gait & Posture. 71: 138-144
Zeininger A, Schmitt D, Jensen JL, et al. (2017) Ontogenetic changes in foot strike pattern and calcaneal loading during walking in young children. Gait & Posture. 59: 18-22
Korff T, Newstead AH, van Zandwijk R, et al. (2014) Age- and activity-related differences in the mechanisms underlying maximal power production in young and older adults. Journal of Applied Biomechanics. 30: 12-20
Liu T, Jensen JL. (2012) Age-related differences in bilateral asymmetry in cycling performance. Research Quarterly For Exercise and Sport. 83: 114-9
Korff T, Jensen JL. (2008) Effect of relative changes in anthropometry during childhood on muscular power production in pedaling: a biomechanical simulation. Pediatric Exercise Science. 20: 292-304
Korff T, Jensen JL. (2007) Age-related differences in adaptation during childhood: the influences of muscular power production and segmental energy flow caused by muscles. Experimental Brain Research. 177: 291-303
Brown NA, Jensen JL. (2006) The role of segmental mass and moment of inertia in dynamic-contact task construction. Journal of Motor Behavior. 38: 313-28
Lin SI, Woollacott MH, Jensen JL. (2004) Postural response in older adults with different levels of functional balance capacity. Aging Clinical and Experimental Research. 16: 369-74
Hall CD, Jensen JL. (2004) The effect of cane use on the compensatory step following posterior perturbations. Clinical Biomechanics (Bristol, Avon). 19: 678-87
Roncesvalles MN, Woollacott MH, Brown N, et al. (2004) An emerging postural response: is control of the hip possible in the newly walking child? Journal of Motor Behavior. 36: 147-59
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