Susan H. Brown

Affiliations: 
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Ann Arbor, MI 
Area:
motor coordination, rehabilitation
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Huang MH, Brown SH. (2015) Effects of task context during standing reach on postural control in young and older adults: a pilot study. Gait & Posture. 41: 276-81
Schaap TS, Gonzales TI, Janssen TW, et al. (2015) Proprioceptively guided reaching movements in 3D space: effects of age, task complexity and handedness. Experimental Brain Research. 233: 631-9
Brown SH, Noble BC, Yang LJ, et al. (2013) Deficits in elbow position sense in neonatal brachial plexus palsy. Pediatric Neurology. 49: 324-8
Huang MH, Brown SH. (2013) Age differences in the control of postural stability during reaching tasks. Gait & Posture. 38: 837-42
Langan J, Delave K, Phillips L, et al. (2013) Home-based telerehabilitation shows improved upper limb function in adults with chronic stroke: a pilot study. Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine. 45: 217-20
Goble DJ, Mousigian MA, Brown SH. (2012) Compromised encoding of proprioceptively determined joint angles in older adults: the role of working memory and attentional load. Experimental Brain Research. 216: 35-40
Wright ML, Adamo DE, Brown SH. (2011) Age-related declines in the detection of passive wrist movement. Neuroscience Letters. 500: 108-12
Brown SH, Langan J, Kern KL, et al. (2011) Remote monitoring and quantification of upper limb and hand function in chronic disability conditions International Journal On Disability and Human Development. 10: 343-348
Langan J, Doyle ST, Hurvitz EA, et al. (2010) Influence of task on interlimb coordination in adults with cerebral palsy. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. 91: 1571-6
Hurvitz EA, Brown SH. (2010) The terms diplegia, quadriplegia, and hemiplegia should be phased out. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology. 52: 1070
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