Susanne M. Morton, PhD PT

Affiliations: 
Physical therapy and rehabilitation science University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA 
Area:
Motor systems neuroscience
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Amy Jo Bastian grad student 2003 Washington University
 (Cerebellar control of human locomotion.)
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Wood JM, Morton SM, Kim HE. (2021) The consistency of prior movements shapes locomotor use-dependent learning. Eneuro
French MA, Morton SM, Reisman DS. (2020) Use of explicit processes during a visually guided locomotor learning task predicts 24-hour retention after stroke. Journal of Neurophysiology
Zarzycki R, Morton SM, Charalambous CC, et al. (2020) Examination of Corticospinal and Spinal-Reflexive Excitability During the Course of Postoperative Rehabilitation After Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction. The Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy. 1-26
Wood J, Kim H, French MA, et al. (2020) Use-Dependent Plasticity Explains Aftereffects in Visually Guided Locomotor Learning of a Novel Step Length Asymmetry. Journal of Neurophysiology
Zarzycki R, Morton SM, Charalambous CC, et al. (2020) Athletes after anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction demonstrate asymmetric intracortical facilitation early after surgery. Journal of Orthopaedic Research : Official Publication of the Orthopaedic Research Society
Li X, Morton SM. (2019) Effects of chronic antidepressant use on neurophysiological responses to tDCS post-stroke. Neuroscience Letters. 134723
Charalambous CC, French MA, Morton SM, et al. (2019) A single high-intensity exercise bout during early consolidation does not influence retention or relearning of sensorimotor locomotor long-term memories. Experimental Brain Research
Li X, Charalambous CC, Reisman DS, et al. (2019) A short bout of high-intensity exercise alters ipsilesional motor cortical excitability post-stroke. Topics in Stroke Rehabilitation. 1-7
Alcântara CC, Charalambous CC, Morton SM, et al. (2018) Different Error Size During Locomotor Adaptation Affects Transfer to Overground Walking Poststroke. Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair. 1545968318809921
French MA, Morton SM, Charalambous CC, et al. (2018) A locomotor learning paradigm using distorted visual feedback elicits strategic learning. Journal of Neurophysiology
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