Corey A. Lohnes, Ph.D.

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2012 Movement Science Washington University, Saint Louis, St. Louis, MO 
Area:
Neurophysiology of locomotion
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Gammon M. Earhart grad student 2012 Washington University
 (Occulomotor Function and Locomotion in Parkinson's Disease.)
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Lohnes CA, Earhart GM. (2012) Effect of subthalamic deep brain stimulation on turning kinematics and related saccadic eye movements in Parkinson disease. Experimental Neurology. 236: 389-94
Lohnes CA, Earhart GM. (2012) Movement orientation switching with the eyes and lower limb in Parkinson disease. Parkinsonism & Related Disorders. 18: 462-8
Lohnes CA, Earhart GM. (2011) Saccadic eye movements are related to turning performance in Parkinson disease. Journal of Parkinson's Disease. 1: 109-18
Lohnes CA, Earhart GM. (2011) The impact of attentional, auditory, and combined cues on walking during single and cognitive dual tasks in Parkinson disease. Gait & Posture. 33: 478-83
Scott JT, Lohnes CA, Horak FB, et al. (2011) Podokinetic stimulation causes shifts in perception of straight ahead. Experimental Brain Research. 208: 313-21
Lohnes CA, Earhart GM. (2010) External validation of abbreviated versions of the activities-specific balance confidence scale in Parkinson's disease. Movement Disorders : Official Journal of the Movement Disorder Society. 25: 485-9
Fry AC, Lohnes CA. (2010) Acute testosterone and cortisol responses to high power resistance exercise Human Physiology. 36: 457-461
Schilling BK, Falvo MJ, Karlage RE, et al. (2009) Effects of unstable surface training on measures of balance in older adults. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research / National Strength & Conditioning Association. 23: 1211-6
Galpin AJ, Li Y, Lohnes CA, et al. (2008) A 4-week choice foot speed and choice reaction training program improves agility in previously non-agility trained, but active men and women. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research / National Strength & Conditioning Association. 22: 1901-7
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