Andrew Cresswell
Andrew Cresswell
Professor of Neuromechanics, The University of Queensland
Verified email at uq.edu.au
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The influence of sudden perturbations on trunk muscle activity and intra-abdominal pressure while standing
AG Cresswell, L Oddsson, A Thorstensson
Experimental brain research 98 (2), 336-341, 1994
5171994
Observations on intra‐abdominal pressure and patterns of abdominal intra‐muscular activity in man
AG Cresswell, H Grundström, A Thorstensson
Acta Physiologica Scandinavica 144 (4), 409-418, 1992
5131992
Changes in motor planning of feedforward postural responses of the trunk muscles in low back pain
PW Hodges
Experimental brain research 141 (2), 261-266, 2001
4382001
Proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation stretching
MJ Sharman, AG Cresswell, S Riek
Sports medicine 36 (11), 929-939, 2006
4342006
Muscle activation during maximal voluntary eccentric and concentric knee extension
SH Westing, AG Cresswell, A Thorstensson
European journal of applied physiology and occupational physiology 62 (2 …, 1991
4311991
Preparatory trunk motion accompanies rapid upper limb movement
P Hodges, A Cresswell, A Thorstensson
Experimental brain research 124 (1), 69-79, 1999
3741999
Intervertebral stiffness of the spine is increased by evoked contraction of transversus abdominis and the diaphragm: in vivo porcine studies
P Hodges, AK Holm, S Holm, L Ekström, A Cresswell, T Hansson, ...
Spine 28 (23), 2594-2601, 2003
3372003
Influence of gastrocnemius muscle length on triceps surae torque development and electromyographic activity in man
AG Cresswell, WN Löscher, A Thorstensson
Experimental Brain Research 105 (2), 283-290, 1995
2911995
In vivo measurement of the effect of intra-abdominal pressure on the human spine
PW Hodges, AG Cresswell, K Daggfeldt, A Thorstensson
Journal of biomechanics 34 (3), 347-353, 2001
2142001
Excitatory drive to the alpha‐motoneuron pool during a fatiguing submaximal contraction in man.
WN Löscher, AG Cresswell, A Thorstensson
The Journal of physiology 491 (1), 271-280, 1996
1841996
Recruitment of the plantar intrinsic foot muscles with increasing postural demand
LA Kelly, S Kuitunen, S Racinais, AG Cresswell
Clinical biomechanics 27 (1), 46-51, 2012
1792012
Central and peripheral contributions to fatigue in relation to level of activation during repeated maximal voluntary isometric plantar flexions
MM Nordlund, A Thorstensson, AG Cresswell
Journal of applied physiology 96 (1), 218-225, 2004
1722004
Changes in intra-abdominal pressure, trunk muscle activation and force during isokinetic lifting and lowering
AG Cresswell, A Thorstensson
European journal of applied physiology and occupational physiology 68 (4 …, 1994
1581994
Three dimensional preparatory trunk motion precedes asymmetrical upper limb movement
PW Hodges, AG Cresswell, K Daggfeldt, A Thorstensson
Gait & posture 11 (2), 92-101, 2000
1522000
Intrinsic foot muscles have the capacity to control deformation of the longitudinal arch
LA Kelly, AG Cresswell, S Racinais, R Whiteley, G Lichtwark
Journal of The Royal Society Interface 11 (93), 20131188, 2014
1452014
Responses of intra-abdominal pressure and abdominal muscle activity during dynamic trunk loading in man
AG Cresswell
European journal of applied physiology and occupational physiology 66 (4 …, 1993
1361993
Central fatigue during a long-lasting submaximal contraction of the triceps surae
WN Löscher, AG Cresswell, A Thorstensson
Experimental Brain Research 108 (2), 305-314, 1996
1331996
The effect of muscle length on motor-unit recruitment during isometric plantar flexion in humans
PM Kennedy, AG Cresswell
Experimental brain research 137 (1), 58-64, 2001
1272001
Increase in jumping height associated with maximal effort vertical depth jumps
JF Bedi, AG Cresswell, TJ Engel, SM Nicol
Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport 58 (1), 11-15, 1987
1151987
An enhanced level of motor cortical excitability during the control of human standing
CD Tokuno, W Taube, AG Cresswell
Acta physiologica 195 (3), 385-395, 2009
1102009
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