Dr. Stephen D Perry, PhD
Dr. Stephen D Perry, PhD
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The role of plantar cutaneous mechanoreceptors in the control of compensatory stepping reactions evoked by unpredictable, multi-directional perturbation
SD Perry, WE McIlroy, BE Maki
Brain research 877 (2), 401-406, 2000
3612000
Effect of dynamization on gap healing of diaphyseal fractures under external fixation
LE Claes, HJ Wilke, P Augat, S Rübenacker, KJ Margevicius
Clinical Biomechanics 10 (5), 227-234, 1995
321*1995
Effect of facilitation of sensation from plantar foot-surface boundaries on postural stabilization in young and older adults
BE Maki, SD Perry, RG Norrie, WE McIlroy
Journals of Gerontology Series A: Biomedical Sciences and Medical Sciences …, 1999
2241999
Evaluation of age-related plantar-surface insensitivity and onset age of advanced insensitivity in older adults using vibratory and touch sensation tests
SD Perry
Neuroscience letters 392 (1-2), 62-67, 2006
2232006
Influences of inversion/eversion of the foot upon impact loading during locomotion
SD Perry, MA Lafortune
Clinical Biomechanics 10 (5), 253-257, 1995
1661995
Influence of lateral destabilization on compensatory stepping responses
BE Maki, WE McIlroy, SD Perry
Journal of biomechanics 29 (3), 343-353, 1996
1631996
Contribution of vision and cutaneous sensation to the control of centre of mass (COM) during gait termination
SD Perry, LC Santos, AE Patla
Brain research 913 (1), 27-34, 2001
1462001
Communication theories for everyday life
JR Baldwin, SD Perry, MA Moffitt
1322004
Preventing falls in older adults: new interventions to promote more effective change-in-support balance reactions
BE Maki, KCC Cheng, A Mansfield, CY Scovil, SD Perry, AL Peters, ...
Journal of electromyography and kinesiology 18 (2), 243-254, 2008
1312008
Thresholds for step initiation induced by support-surface translation: a dynamic center-of-mass model provides much better prediction than a static model
YC Pai, BE Maki, K Iqbal, WE McIlroy, SD Perry
Journal of biomechanics 33 (3), 387-392, 2000
1302000
Effects of shoe characteristics on dynamic stability when walking on even and uneven surfaces in young and older people
JC Menant, SD Perry, JR Steele, HB Menz, BJ Munro, SR Lord
Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation 89 (10), 1970-1976, 2008
1282008
Influence of footwear midsole material hardness on dynamic balance control during unexpected gait termination
SD Perry, A Radtke, CR Goodwin
Gait & posture 25 (1), 94-98, 2007
1212007
Efficacy and effectiveness of a balance-enhancing insole
SD Perry, A Radtke, WE McIlroy, GR Fernie, BE Maki
The Journals of Gerontology Series A: Biological Sciences and Medical …, 2008
1192008
Using humorous programs as a vehicle for humorous commercials
SD Perry, SA Jenzowsky, CM King, H Yi, JB Hester, J Gartenschlaeger
Journal of Communication 47 (1), 20-39, 1997
1001997
Mobile phone text messaging overuse among developing world university students
SD Perry, KC Lee
Communicatio 33 (2), 63-79, 2007
852007
Student instant message use in a ubiquitous computing environment: Effects of deficient self-regulation
KC Lee, SD Perry
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 48 (3), 399-420, 2004
762004
Effects of news exemplification extended: Considerations of controversiality and perceived future opinion
SD Perry, WJ Gonzenbach
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 41 (2), 229-244, 1997
701997
Plantar cutaneous sensory stimulation improves single-limb support time, and EMG activation patterns among individuals with Parkinson's disease
ME Jenkins, QJ Almeida, SJ Spaulding, RB Van Oostveen, JD Holmes, ...
Parkinsonism & related disorders 15 (9), 697-702, 2009
692009
Reducing fall risk by improving balance control: Development, evaluation and knowledge-translation of new approaches
BE Maki, KM Sibley, SB Jaglal, M Bayley, D Brooks, GR Fernie, AJ Flint, ...
Journal of safety research 42 (6), 473-485, 2011
622011
Tsunami warning dissemination in Mauritius
SD Perry
Journal of Applied Communication Research 35 (4), 399-417, 2007
602007
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