Jeng-Feng Yang, Ph.D.

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University of Delaware, Newark, DE, United States 
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John Scholz grad student 2007 University of Delaware
 (Motor learning and adaptation: The role of motor abundance.)
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Lu WS, Huang SL, Yang JF, et al. (2016) Convergent validity and responsiveness of the EQ-5D utility weights for stroke survivors. Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine
Chen KC, Tung LC, Tung CH, et al. (2014) An investigation of the factors affecting flatfoot in children with delayed motor development. Research in Developmental Disabilities. 35: 639-45
Chen KC, Tung LC, Yeh CJ, et al. (2013) Change in flatfoot of preschool-aged children: a 1-year follow-up study. European Journal of Pediatrics. 172: 255-60
Yang JF, Cho CY. (2012) Comparison of posture and muscle control pattern between male and female computer users with musculoskeletal symptoms. Applied Ergonomics. 43: 785-91
Tung LC, Yang JF, Wang CH, et al. (2011) Directional effect on post-stroke motor overflow characteristics. The Chinese Journal of Physiology. 54: 391-8
Chen KC, Yeh CJ, Tung LC, et al. (2011) Relevant factors influencing flatfoot in preschool-aged children. European Journal of Pediatrics. 170: 931-6
Yang JF, Scholz JP, Latash ML. (2007) The role of kinematic redundancy in adaptation of reaching. Experimental Brain Research. 176: 54-69
Hwang IS, Tung LC, Yang JF, et al. (2005) Electromyographic analyses of global synkinesis in the paretic upper limb after stroke. Physical Therapy. 85: 755-65
Krishnamoorthy V, Yang JF, Scholz JP. (2005) Joint coordination during quiet stance: effects of vision. Experimental Brain Research. 164: 1-17
Yang JF, Scholz JP. (2005) Learning a throwing task is associated with differential changes in the use of motor abundance. Experimental Brain Research. 163: 137-58
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