Davis A. Forman
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Corticospinal excitability of the biceps brachii is higher during arm cycling than an intensity-matched tonic contraction
D Forman, A Raj, DC Button, KE Power
Journal of neurophysiology 112 (5), 1142-1151, 2014
442014
Cadence-dependent changes in corticospinal excitability of the biceps brachii during arm cycling
DA Forman, DTG Philpott, DC Button, KE Power
Journal of neurophysiology 114 (4), 2285-2294, 2015
312015
Chronic resistance training enhances the spinal excitability of the biceps brachii in the non-dominant arm at moderate contraction intensities
DTG Philpott, GEP Pearcey, D Forman, KE Power, DC Button
Neuroscience letters 585, 12-16, 2015
262015
Changes in corticospinal and spinal excitability to the biceps brachii with a neutral vs. pronated handgrip position differ between arm cycling and tonic elbow flexion
DA Forman, M Richards, GN Forman, MWR Holmes, KE Power
Frontiers in human neuroscience 10, 543, 2016
252016
The influence of simultaneous handgrip and wrist force on forearm muscle activity
DA Forman, GN Forman, J Robathan, MWR Holmes
Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology 45, 53-60, 2019
172019
Premovement changes in corticospinal excitability of the biceps brachii are not different between arm cycling and an intensity-matched tonic contraction
DB Copithorne, DA Forman, KE Power
Motor control 19 (3), 223-241, 2015
172015
The effects of upper limb posture and a sub-maximal gripping task on corticospinal excitability to muscles of the forearm
DA Forman, J Baarbé, J Daligadu, B Murphy, MWR Holmes
Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology 27, 95-101, 2016
162016
Differences in corticospinal excitability to the biceps brachii between arm cycling and tonic contraction are not evident at the immediate onset of movement
DA Forman, DTG Philpott, DC Button, KE Power
Experimental brain research 234 (8), 2339-2349, 2016
152016
Corticospinal excitability, assessed through stimulus response curves, is phase-, task-, and muscle-dependent during arm cycling
DA Forman, M Monks, KE Power
Neuroscience Letters 692, 100-106, 2019
132019
Modulation of motoneurone excitability during rhythmic motor outputs
KE Power, EJ Lockyer, DA Forman, DC Button
Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism 43 (11), 1176-1185, 2018
122018
THERABAND® CLX gold reduces knee-width index and range of motion during overhead, barbell squatting
DA Forman, GN Forman, DC Button, MWR Holmes
Sports biomechanics 20 (2), 198-212, 2021
42021
Investigating the muscular and kinematic responses to sudden wrist perturbations during a dynamic tracking task
GN Forman, DA Forman, EJ Avila-Mireles, J Zenzeri, MWR Holmes
Scientific reports 10 (1), 1-13, 2020
42020
Characterizing forearm muscle activity in university-aged males during dynamic radial-ulnar deviation of the wrist using a wrist robot
DA Forman, GN Forman, EJ Avila-Mireles, M Mugnosso, J Zenzeri, ...
Journal of Biomechanics 108, 109897, 2020
32020
Sustained Isometric Wrist Flexion and Extension Maximal Voluntary Contractions on Corticospinal Excitability to Forearm Muscles during Low-Intensity Hand-Gripping
DA Forman, GN Forman, BA Murphy, MWR Holmes
Brain Sciences 10 (7), 445, 2020
32020
Sustained isometric wrist flexion and extension maximal voluntary contractions similarly impair hand-tracking accuracy in young adults using a wrist robot
DA Forman, GN Forman, M Mugnosso, J Zenzeri, B Murphy, ...
Frontiers in Sports and Active Living 2, 53, 2020
32020
Muscle length and joint angle influence spinal but not corticospinal excitability to the biceps brachii across forearm postures
DA Forman, D Abdel-Malek, CMF Bunce, MWR Holmes
Journal of neurophysiology 122 (1), 413-423, 2019
32019
Changes in muscle activity during the flexion and extension phases of arm cycling as an effect of power output are muscle-specific
CP Chaytor, D Forman, J Byrne, A Loucks-Atkinson, KE Power
PeerJ 8, e9759, 2020
22020
Characterizing forearm muscle activity in young adults during dynamic wrist flexion–extension movement using a wrist robot
DA Forman, GN Forman, EJ Avila-Mireles, M Mugnosso, J Zenzeri, ...
Journal of Biomechanics 108, 109908, 2020
12020
A consecutive loop elastic band placed around the distal end of the thighs during an overhead barbell squat increases medial knee collapse
BW Collins, DA Forman, ME Rogers, GN Forman, P Page, MWR Holmes, ...
Wolters Kluwer Health, Inc., 2017
12017
Moving forward: methodological considerations for assessing corticospinal excitability during rhythmic motor output in humans
EJ Lockyer, CT Compton, DA Forman, GE Pearcey, DC Button, KE Power
Journal of Neurophysiology 126 (1), 181-194, 2021
2021
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