Ian Cathers
Ian Cathers
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Standard maximum isometric voluntary contraction tests for normalizing shoulder muscle EMG
CE Boettcher, KA Ginn, I Cathers
Journal of orthopaedic research 26 (12), 1591-1597, 2008
2192008
Otolith and canal reflexes in human standing
I Cathers, BL Day, RC Fitzpatrick
The Journal of physiology 563 (1), 229-234, 2005
1502005
Bicarbonate assimilation by fresh-water charophytes and higher plants: I. Membrane transport of bicarbonate ions is not proven
NA Walker, FA Smith, IR Cathers
The Journal of Membrane Biology 57 (1), 51-58, 1980
1281980
The rotator cuff muscles have a direction specific recruitment pattern during shoulder flexion and extension exercises
D Wattanaprakornkul, I Cathers, M Halaki, KA Ginn
Journal of science and medicine in sport 14 (5), 376-382, 2011
942011
An Arabic version of the Perceived Stress Scale: Translation and validation study
T Almadi, I Cathers, AMH Mansour, CM Chow
International journal of nursing studies 49 (1), 84-89, 2012
812012
Neural network assisted cardiac auscultation
I Cathers
Artificial intelligence in medicine 7 (1), 53-66, 1995
751995
The role of shoulder muscles is task specific
CE Boettcher, I Cathers, KA Ginn
Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport 13 (6), 651-656, 2010
742010
Associations among work‐related stress, cortisol, inflammation, and metabolic syndrome
T Almadi, I Cathers, CM Chow
Psychophysiology 50 (9), 821-830, 2013
662013
A comprehensive analysis of muscle recruitment patterns during shoulder flexion: an electromyographic study
D Wattanaprakornkul, M Halaki, C Boettcher, I Cathers, KA Ginn
Clinical anatomy 24 (5), 619-626, 2011
652011
Which is the optimal exercise to strengthen supraspinatus?
C BOETTCHER, K GINN, IAN Cathers
Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise 41 (11), 1979-1983, 2009
552009
Voluntary modulation of human stretch reflexes
D Ludvig, I Cathers, RE Kearney
Experimental brain research 183 (2), 201-213, 2007
452007
The ‘empty can’and ‘full can’tests do not selectively activate supraspinatus
CE Boettcher, KA Ginn, I Cathers
Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport 12 (4), 435-439, 2009
432009
Variation of magnitude and timing of wrist flexor stretch reflex across the full range of voluntary activation
I Cathers, N O’Dwyer, P Neilson
Experimental brain research 157 (3), 324-335, 2004
422004
Dependence of stretch reflexes on amplitude and bandwidth of stretch in human wrist muscle
I Cathers, N O’Dwyer, P Neilson
Experimental brain research 129 (2), 278-287, 1999
411999
Systematic nonlinear relations between displacement amplitude and joint mechanics at the human wrist
M Halaki, N O’Dwyer, I Cathers
Journal of Biomechanics 39 (12), 2171-2182, 2006
402006
Does supraspinatus initiate shoulder abduction?
D Reed, I Cathers, M Halaki, K Ginn
Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology 23 (2), 425-429, 2013
372013
Does passive mobilization of shoulder region joints provide additional benefit over advice and exercise alone for people who have shoulder pain and minimal movement restriction …
R Yiasemides, M Halaki, I Cathers, KA Ginn
Physical therapy 91 (2), 178-189, 2011
372011
Direction-specific recruitment of rotator cuff muscles during bench press and row
D Wattanaprakornkul, M Halaki, I Cathers, KA Ginn
Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology 21 (6), 1041-1049, 2011
322011
Revision of the Shoulder Normalization Tests is required to include rhomboid major and teres major
KA Ginn, M Halaki, I Cathers
Journal of Orthopaedic Research 29 (12), 1846-1849, 2011
282011
Does load influence shoulder muscle recruitment patterns during scapular plane abduction?
D Reed, I Cathers, M Halaki, KA Ginn
Journal of science and medicine in sport 19 (9), 755-760, 2016
242016
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