James M. Finley, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Biokinesiology and Physical Therapy University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA, United States 
Area:
sensorimotor control, motor learning, locomotion
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Parents

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Yasin Y. Dhaher grad student 2004-2010 Northwestern
 (Regulation of feed-forward and feedback contributions to ankle stability during balance tasks.)
Eric J. Perreault grad student 2004-2010 Northwestern
 (Regulation of feed-forward and feedback contributions to ankle stability during balance tasks.)
Amy Jo Bastian post-doc 2010- Johns Hopkins

Children

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Lindsey Trejo grad student 2016-2018 USC (Biomechanics Tree)
Aram Kim grad student 2016-2021 USC
Chang Liu grad student 2016-2021 USC
Natalia Sanchez post-doc 2015-2019
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Liu C, McNitt-Gray JL, Finley JM. (2022) Impairments in the mechanical effectiveness of reactive balance control strategies during walking in people post-stroke. Frontiers in Neurology. 13: 1032417
Johnson RT, Bianco NA, Finley JM. (2022) Patterns of asymmetry and energy cost generated from predictive simulations of hemiparetic gait. Plos Computational Biology. 18: e1010466
Park S, Finley JM. (2022) Manual stabilization reveals a transient role for balance control during locomotor adaptation. Journal of Neurophysiology
Abram SJ, Poggensee KL, Sánchez N, et al. (2022) General variability leads to specific adaptation toward optimal movement policies. Current Biology : Cb
Chung YC, Fisher BE, Finley JM, et al. (2021) Cognition and motor learning in a Parkinson's disease cohort: importance of recall in episodic memory. Neuroreport
Sanchez N, Schweighofer N, Finley JM. (2021) Different biomechanical variables explain within-subjects versus between-subjects variance in step length asymmetry post-stroke. Ieee Transactions On Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering : a Publication of the Ieee Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society
Park S, Liu C, Sánchez N, et al. (2021) Using Biofeedback to Reduce Step Length Asymmetry Impairs Dynamic Balance in People Poststroke. Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair. 15459683211019346
Finley JM, Gotsis M, Lympouridis V, et al. (2020) Design and Development of a Virtual Reality-Based Mobility Training Game for People With Parkinson's Disease. Frontiers in Neurology. 11: 577713
Sanchez N, Simha SN, Donelan JM, et al. (2020) Using asymmetry to your advantage: learning to acquire and accept external assistance during prolonged split-belt walking. Journal of Neurophysiology
Buurke TJW, Liu C, Park S, et al. (2020) Maintaining sagittal plane balance compromises frontal plane balance during reactive stepping in people post-stroke. Clinical Biomechanics (Bristol, Avon). 80: 105135
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