André Fabio Kohn
André Fabio Kohn
Full Professor at USP / Director of the Biomedical Engineering Lab
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Presynaptic inhibition compared with homosynaptic depression as an explanation for soleus H-reflex depression in humans
AF Kohn, MK Floeter, M Hallett
Experimental brain research 116 (2), 375-380, 1997
Simulation system of spinal cord motor nuclei and associated nerves and muscles, in a Web-based architecture
RRL Cisi, AF Kohn
Journal of computational neuroscience 25 (3), 520-542, 2008
Control of upright stance over inclined surfaces
RA Mezzarane, AF Kohn
Experimental brain research 180 (2), 377-388, 2007
Vibratory noise to the fingertip enhances balance improvement associated with light touch
FH Magalhaes, AF Kohn
Experimental brain research 209 (1), 139-151, 2011
Presynaptic irregularity and pacemaker inhibition
AF Kohn, AF Da Rocha, JP Segundo
Biological Cybernetics 41 (1), 5-18, 1981
Spinal mechanisms may provide a combination of intermittent and continuous control of human posture: predictions from a biologically based neuromusculoskeletal model
LA Elias, RN Watanabe, AF Kohn
PLoS Comput Biol 10 (11), e1003944, 2014
Effects of strength and power training on neuromuscular adaptations and jumping movement pattern and performance
L Lamas, C Ugrinowitsch, A Rodacki, G Pereira, ECT Mattos, AF Kohn, ...
The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research 26 (12), 3335-3344, 2012
H-reflexes of different sizes exhibit differential sensitivity to low frequency depression
MK Floeter, AF Kohn
Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology/Electromyography and …, 1997
Imperceptible electrical noise attenuates isometric plantar flexion force fluctuations with correlated reductions in postural sway
FH Magalhães, AF Kohn
Experimental brain research 217 (2), 175-186, 2012
Models of passive and active dendrite motoneuron pools and their differences in muscle force control
LA Elias, VM Chaud, AF Kohn
Journal of computational neuroscience 33 (3), 515-531, 2012
Bilateral soleus H-reflexes in humans elicited by simultaneous trains of stimuli: symmetry, variability, and covariance
RA Mezzarane, AF Kohn
Journal of neurophysiology 87 (4), 2074-2083, 2002
Vibration-induced extra torque during electrically-evoked contractions of the human calf muscles
FH Magalhães, AF Kohn
Journal of neuroengineering and rehabilitation 7 (1), 26, 2010
A model of excitatory synaptic interactions between pacemakers. Its reality, its generality, and the principles involved
JP Segundo, AF Kohn
Biological cybernetics 40 (2), 113-126, 1981
Dendritic transformation of random synaptic inputs as measured from a neuron's spike train-modelling and simulation
AF Kohn
IEEE transactions on biomedical engineering 36 (1), 44-54, 1989
Influences of premotoneuronal command statistics on the scaling of motor output variability during isometric plantar flexion
RN Watanabe, FH Magalhães, LA Elias, VM Chaud, EM Mello, AF Kohn
Journal of neurophysiology 110 (11), 2592-2606, 2013
A class discriminality measure based on feature space partitioning
AF Kohn, LGM Nakano, MOE Silva
Pattern Recognition 29 (5), 873-887, 1996
Cortical correlates of response time slowing in older adults: ERP and ERD/ERS analyses during passive ankle movement
DR Toledo, GM Manzano, JA Barela, AF Kohn
Clinical Neurophysiology 127 (1), 655-663, 2016
Spinal source for the synchronous fluctuations of bilateral monosynaptic reflexes in cats
E Manjarrez, Z Hernández-Paxtián, AF Kohn
Journal of neurophysiology 94 (5), 3199-3210, 2005
Flunitrazepam-induced changes in neurophysiological, behavioural, and subjective measures used to assess sedation
LM Lucchesi, S Pompéia, GM Manzano, AF Kohn, JCF Galduroz, ...
Progress in Neuro-Psychopharmacology and Biological Psychiatry 27 (3), 525-533, 2003
Light touch modulates balance recovery following perturbation: from fast response to stance restabilization
AR Martinelli, DB Coelho, FH Magalhães, AF Kohn, LA Teixeira
Experimental Brain Research 233 (5), 1399-1408, 2015
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