Gerald Gottlieb, Ph.D.

Boston University, Boston, MA, United States 
"Gerald Gottlieb"
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Shemmell J, Johansson J, Portra V, et al. (2007) Control of interjoint coordination during the swing phase of normal gait at different speeds. Journal of Neuroengineering and Rehabilitation. 4: 10
Shemmell J, Hasan Z, Gottlieb GL, et al. (2007) The effect of movement direction on joint torque covariation. Experimental Brain Research. 176: 150-8
Shapiro MB, Prodoehl J, Corcos DM, et al. (2005) Muscle activation is different when the same muscle acts as an agonist or an antagonist during voluntary movement. Journal of Motor Behavior. 37: 135-45
Pfann KD, Robichaud JA, Gottlieb GL, et al. (2004) Muscle activation patterns in point-to-point and reversal movements in healthy, older subjects and in subjects with Parkinson's disease. Experimental Brain Research. 157: 67-78
Shapiro MB, Gottlieb GL, Corcos DM. (2004) EMG responses to an unexpected load in fast movements are delayed with an increase in the expected movement time. Journal of Neurophysiology. 91: 2135-47
Prodoehl J, Gottlieb GL, Corcos DM. (2003) The neural control of single degree-of-freedom elbow movements. Effect of starting joint position. Experimental Brain Research. 153: 7-15
Shapiro MB, Gottlieb GL, Moore CG, et al. (2002) Electromyographic responses to an unexpected load in fast voluntary movements: descending regulation of segmental reflexes. Journal of Neurophysiology. 88: 1059-63
Corcos DM, Jiang HY, Wilding J, et al. (2002) Fatigue induced changes in phasic muscle activation patterns for fast elbow flexion movements. Experimental Brain Research. 142: 1-12
Gottlieb GL. (2002) Feedforward versus feedback strategies in the control of voluntary movement Cahiers De Psychologie Cognitive. 21: 213-241
Gottlieb GL. (2001) Influence of strategy on muscle activity during impact movements. Journal of Motor Behavior. 33: 235-42
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