John Dennis Brooke

Kinesiology University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario, Canada 
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Brooke JD, Zehr EP. (2006) Limits to fast-conducting somatosensory feedback in movement control. Exercise and Sport Sciences Reviews. 34: 22-8
Brooke JD. (2004) Somatosensory paths proceeding to spinal cord and brain--centripetal and centrifugal control for human movement. Canadian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology. 82: 723-31
McIlroy WE, Bishop DC, Staines WR, et al. (2003) Modulation of afferent inflow during the control of balancing tasks using the lower limbs. Brain Research. 961: 73-80
Bent LR, Potvin JR, Brooke JD, et al. (2001) Medio-lateral balance adjustments preceding reflexive limb withdrawal are modified by postural demands Brain Research. 914: 100-105
Staines WR, McIlroy WE, Brooke JD. (2001) Cortical representation of whole-body movement is modulated by proprioceptive discharge in humans Experimental Brain Research. 138: 235-242
Misiaszek JE, Brooke JD. (2001) Vibration-induced inhibition of the early components of the tibial nerve somatosensory evoked potential is mediated at a spinal synapse Clinical Neurophysiology. 112: 324-329
Nelson AJ, Brooke JD, McIlroy WE, et al. (2001) The gain of initial somatosensory evoked potentials alters with practice of an accurate motor task. Brain Research. 890: 272-9
Nelson AJ, Brooke JD, McIlroy WE, et al. (2000) The afferent origin of the secondary somatosensory evoked potential from the lower limb in humans. Brain Research. 887: 432-5
Staines WR, Brooke JD, Mcllroy WE. (2000) Task-relevant selective modulation of somatosensory afferent paths from the lower limb Neuroreport. 11: 1713-1719
Brooke JD, Peritore G, Staines WR, et al. (2000) Upper limb H reflexes and somatosensory evoked potentials modulated by movement Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology. 10: 211-215
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