Carrie L. Peterson, PhD
Carrie L. Peterson, PhD
Assistant Professor of Biomedical Engineering, Virginia Commonwealth University
Verified email at vcu.edu
TitleCited byYear
Pre-swing deficits in forward propulsion, swing initiation and power generation by individual muscles during hemiparetic walking
CL Peterson, AL Hall, SA Kautz, RR Neptune
Journal of biomechanics 43 (12), 2348-2355, 2010
952010
Relationships between muscle contributions to walking subtasks and functional walking status in persons with post-stroke hemiparesis
AL Hall, CL Peterson, SA Kautz, RR Neptune
Clinical biomechanics 26 (5), 509-515, 2011
752011
Leg extension is an important predictor of paretic leg propulsion in hemiparetic walking
CL Peterson, J Cheng, SA Kautz, RR Neptune
Gait & posture 32 (4), 451-456, 2010
602010
Braking and propulsive impulses increase with speed during accelerated and decelerated walking
CL Peterson, SA Kautz, RR Neptune
Gait & posture 33 (4), 562-567, 2011
592011
Differences in self-selected and fastest-comfortable walking in post-stroke hemiparetic persons
CB Beaman, CL Peterson, RR Neptune, SA Kautz
Gait & posture 31 (3), 311-316, 2010
472010
Muscle work is increased in pre-swing during hemiparetic walking
CL Peterson, SA Kautz, RR Neptune
Clinical Biomechanics 26 (8), 859-866, 2011
202011
Withdrawal reflexes in the upper limb adapt to arm posture and stimulus location
CL Peterson, ZA Riley, ET Krepkovich, WM Murray, EJ Perreault
Muscle & nerve 49 (5), 716-723, 2014
102014
Posture-dependent changes in corticomotor excitability of the biceps after spinal cord injury and tendon transfer
CL Peterson, LM Rogers, JPM Mogk, MS Bednar, AM Bryden, MW Keith, ...
2014 36th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in …, 2014
52014
Voluntary activation of biceps-to-triceps and deltoid-to-triceps transfers in quadriplegia
CL Peterson, MS Bednar, AM Bryden, MW Keith, EJ Perreault, WM Murray
PloS one 12 (3), 2017
22017
Inappropriate flexor synergies influence walking mechanics that reduce plantar flexor contributions to propulsion in persons with post-stroke hemiparesis
CL Peterson
University of Texas at Austin, 2007
12007
Effect of biceps-to-triceps transfer on rotator cuff stress during upper limb weight-bearing lift in tetraplegia: A modeling and simulation analysis
CL Peterson, MS Bednar, WM Murray
Journal of biomechanics 90, 143-148, 2019
2019
Posture-Dependent Corticomotor Excitability Differs Between the Transferred Biceps in Individuals With Tetraplegia and the Biceps of Nonimpaired Individuals
CL Peterson, LM Rogers, MS Bednar, AM Bryden, MW Keith, EJ Perreault, ...
Neurorehabilitation and neural repair 31 (4), 354-363, 2017
2017
Simulation and experimental analyses of human movement: application to post-stroke hemiparetic gait
CL Peterson
2010
A systematic review of the effect of ageing and falls history on minimum foot clearance characteristics during level walking RS Barrett, PM Mills, RK Begg (Australia) 429 The …
A Ruhe, R Fejer, B Walker, K Tulchin, M Orendurff, L Karol, CL Peterson, ...
Adult age differences in familiarization to treadmill walking within virtual environments M. Schellenbach, M. Lövdén, J. Verrel, A. Krüger, U. Lindenberger (Germany, Sweden …
A Murgia, P Kyberd, T Barnhill, RA Clark, AL Bryant, Y Pua, P McCrory, ...
D. Shepashenko (Russia), A. Shvidenko 2
I Obernberger, ML Sander, T Ericsson, IC Macedo, AL LeHo, H Tan, ...
Biomechanics and physiological parameters during gait in lower-limb amputees: A systematic review Y. Sagawa Jr., K. Turcot, S. Armand, A. Thevenon, N. Vuillerme, E. Watelain …
KM Sibley, SE Straus, F Webster, SB Jaglal, E Surer, A Cereatti, E Grosso, ...
DIFFERENCES IN CORRELATIONS OF ANTERIOR-POSTERIOR GROUND REACTION FORCES WITH PARETIC AND CONTROL LEG GAIT VARIABLES
CL Peterson, RR Neptune, SA Kautz
PARETIC MUSCLE WORK IS INCREASED IN PRE-SWING DURING HEMIPARETIC WALKING
CL Peterson, SA Kautz, RR Neptune
INCREASING PARETIC LEG EXTENSION IN PRE-SWING IS IMPORTANT FOR INCREASING FORWARD PROPULSION DURING WALKING
CL Peterson, SA Kautz, RR Neptune
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