Jaynie Yang
Jaynie Yang
Professor of Physical Therapy, University of Alberta
Verified email at ualberta.ca
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Electromyographic amplitude normalization methods: improving their sensitivity as diagnostic tools in gait analysis
JF Yang, DA Winter
Arch Phys Med Rehabil 65 (9), 517-521, 1984
5821984
Phase-dependent reflex reversal in human leg muscles during walking
JF Yang, RB Stein
Journal of Neurophysiology 63 (5), 1109-1117, 1990
4221990
Human H-reflexes are smaller in difficult beam walking than in normal treadmill walking
M Llewellyn, JF Yang, A Prochazka
Experimental brain research 83 (1), 22-28, 1990
3681990
Electromyography reliability in maximal and submaximal isometric contractions.
JF Yang, DA Winter
Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation 64 (9), 417-420, 1983
3301983
The initiation of the swing phase in human infant stepping: importance of hip position and leg loading
MYC Pang, JF Yang
The Journal of physiology 528 (2), 389-404, 2000
2712000
H-reflex modulation during walking in spastic paretic subjects
JF Yang, J Fung, M Edamura, R Blunt, RB Stein, H Barbeau
Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences 18 (4), 443-452, 1991
2451991
Contribution of peripheral afferents to the activation of the soleus muscle during walking in humans
JF Yang, RB Stein, KB James
Experimental Brain Research 87 (3), 679-687, 1991
2341991
Role of motoneurons in the generation of muscle spasms after spinal cord injury
MA Gorassini, ME Knash, PJ Harvey, DJ Bennett, JF Yang
Brain 127 (10), 2247-2258, 2004
2052004
Surface EMG profiles during different walking cadences in humans
JF Yang, DA Winter
Electroencephalography and clinical Neurophysiology 60 (6), 485-491, 1985
1771985
Backward walking: a simple reversal of forward walking?
DA Winter, N Pluck, JF Yang
Journal of motor behavior 21 (3), 291-305, 1989
1701989
Spinal and brain control of human walking: implications for retraining of walking
JF Yang, M Gorassini
The Neuroscientist 12 (5), 379-389, 2006
1682006
Optimal stimulation of paralyzed muscle after human spinal cord injury
RB Stein, T Gordon, J Jefferson, A Sharfenberger, JF Yang, ...
Journal of Applied Physiology 72 (4), 1393-1400, 1992
1581992
Intrinsic activation of human motoneurons: possible contribution to motor unit excitation
M Gorassini, JF Yang, M Siu, DJ Bennett
Journal of neurophysiology 87 (4), 1850-1858, 2002
1552002
Infant stepping: a method to study the sensory control of human walking
JF Yang, MJ Stephens, R Vishram
The Journal of physiology 507 (3), 927-937, 1998
1511998
Self-sustained firing of human motor units
MA Gorassini, DJ Bennett, JF Yang
Neuroscience letters 247 (1), 13-16, 1998
1431998
Methods for estimating the number of motor units in human muscles
RB Stein, JF Yang
Annals of Neurology: Official Journal of the American Neurological …, 1990
1391990
Factors that determine the magnitude and time course of human H-reflexes in locomotion
M Edamura, JF Yang, RB Stein
Journal of Neuroscience 11 (2), 420-427, 1991
1331991
Recovery potential of muscle after partial denervation: a comparison between rats and humans
T Gordon, JF Yang, K Ayer, RB Stein, N Tyreman
Brain research bulletin 30 (3-4), 477-482, 1993
1271993
Loading during the stance phase of walking in humans increases the extensor EMG amplitude but does not change the duration of the step cycle
MJ Stephens, JF Yang
Experimental Brain Research 124 (3), 363-370, 1999
1251999
Could different directions of infant stepping be controlled by the same locomotor central pattern generator?
T Lamb, JF Yang
Journal of Neurophysiology 83 (5), 2814-2824, 2000
1132000
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