Donald W. Grieve, Ph.D.
|Anatomy||University of London Royal Free Medical School|
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|Pearson SJ, Harridge SD, Grieve DW, et al. (2001) A variable inertial system for measuring the contractile properties of human muscle. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise. 33: 2072-6|
|Pinder AD, Grieve DW. (1997) Hydro-resistive measurement of dynamic lifting strength. Journal of Biomechanics. 30: 399-402|
|Gioftsos G, Grieve DW. (1996) The use of artificial neural networks to identify patients with chronic low-back pain conditions from patterns of sit-to-stand manoeuvres. Clinical Biomechanics (Bristol, Avon). 11: 275-280|
|Wilkinson AT, Grieve DW. (1996) The generation of torque in the horizontal plane at the foot-base during laterally directed manual exertions. Journal of Anatomy. 189: 135-43|
|Pinder AD, Wilkinson AT, Grieve DW. (1995) Omnidirectional assessment of one-handed manual strength at three handle heights. Clinical Biomechanics (Bristol, Avon). 10: 215-216|
|Gioftsos G, Grieve DW. (1995) The use of neural networks to recognize patterns of human movement: gait patterns. Clinical Biomechanics (Bristol, Avon). 10: 179-183|
|Wilkinson AT, Pinder AD, Grieve DW. (1995) Relationships between one-handed force exertions in all directions and their associated postures. Clinical Biomechanics (Bristol, Avon). 10: 21-28|
|Fothergill DM, Pinder AD, Grieve DW. (1993) Protocol for the omnidirectional assessment of manual strength. Clinical Biomechanics (Bristol, Avon). 8: 127-34|
|Pinder AD, Fothergill DM, Grieve DW. (1993) System for the triaxial measurement of manual force exertions. Clinical Biomechanics (Bristol, Avon). 8: 120-6|
|Nicholls JA, Grieve DW. (1992) Posture, performance and discomfort in pregnancy. Applied Ergonomics. 23: 128-32|