Claire Honeycutt
TitleCited byYear
Electromyographic responses from the hindlimb muscles of the decerebrate cat to horizontal support surface perturbations
CF Honeycutt, JS Gottschall, TR Nichols
Journal of neurophysiology 101 (6), 2751-2761, 2009
782009
Evidence for reticulospinal contributions to coordinated finger movements in humans
CF Honeycutt, M Kharouta, EJ Perreault
Journal of neurophysiology 110 (7), 1476-1483, 2013
592013
Planning of ballistic movement following stroke: insights from the startle reflex
CF Honeycutt, EJ Perreault
PloS one 7 (8), e43097, 2012
532012
The decerebrate cat generates the essential features of the force constraint strategy
CF Honeycutt, TR Nichols
Journal of neurophysiology 103 (6), 3266-3273, 2010
362010
Instruction-dependent modulation of the long-latency stretch reflex is associated with indicators of startle
VJ Ravichandran, CF Honeycutt, J Shemmell, EJ Perreault
Experimental brain research 230 (1), 59-69, 2013
292013
Startling acoustic stimuli can evoke fast hand extension movements in stroke survivors
CF Honeycutt, UA Tresch, EJ Perreault
Clinical Neurophysiology 126 (1), 160-164, 2015
282015
Characteristics and adaptive strategies linked with falls in stroke survivors from analysis of laboratory-induced falls
CF Honeycutt, M Nevisipour, MD Grabiner
Journal of biomechanics 49 (14), 3313-3319, 2016
262016
Bilateral impairments in task-dependent modulation of the long-latency stretch reflex following stroke
RD Trumbower, JM Finley, JB Shemmell, CF Honeycutt, EJ Perreault
Clinical Neurophysiology 124 (7), 1373-1380, 2013
202013
Muscle spindle responses to horizontal support surface perturbation in the anesthetized cat: insights into the role of autogenic feedback in whole body postural control
CF Honeycutt, P Nardelli, TC Cope, TR Nichols
Journal of neurophysiology 108 (5), 1253-1261, 2012
192012
Deficits in startle-evoked arm movements increase with impairment following stroke
CF Honeycutt, EJ Perreault
Clinical Neurophysiology 125 (8), 1682-1688, 2014
152014
Startle evoked movement is delayed in older adults: implications for brainstem processing in the elderly
UA Tresch, EJ Perreault, CF Honeycutt
Physiological reports 2 (6), e12025, 2014
142014
Disruption of cutaneous feedback alters magnitude but not direction of muscle responses to postural perturbations in the decerebrate cat
CF Honeycutt, TR Nichols
Experimental brain research 203 (4), 765-771, 2010
132010
Autogenic spindle pathways mediate the postural response during horizontal support surface perturbations
CF Honeycutt, P Nardelli, TC Cope, TR Nichols
Soc Neurosci Abstr 410, 16, 2007
72007
Loss of proprioceptive feedback from muscle disrupts the excitatory postural response to support surface perturbations
CF Honeycutt, P Nardelli, TC Cope, TR Nichols
Soc Neurosci Abstr 181, 7, 2008
52008
Evidence for startle as a measurable behavioral indicator of motor learning
NJ Kirkpatrick, VJ Ravichandran, EJ Perreault, SY Schaefer, ...
PloS one 13 (5), e0195689, 2018
42018
Bilateral early activity in the hip flexors associated with falls in stroke survivors: Preliminary evidence from laboratory-induced falls
D Celinskis, MD Grabiner, CF Honeycutt
Clinical neurophysiology 129 (1), 258-264, 2018
42018
The mechanical actions of muscles predict the direction of muscle activation during postural perturbations in the cat hindlimb
CF Honeycutt, TR Nichols
Journal of neurophysiology 111 (5), 900-907, 2013
42013
A single session of trip-specific training modifies trunk control following treadmill induced balance perturbations in stroke survivors
M Nevisipour, MD Grabiner, CF Honeycutt
Gait & posture 70, 222-228, 2019
22019
Mechanisms underlying muscle recruitment in response to postural perturbations
CF Honeycutt
Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009
22009
The influence of startReact on long-latency reflexive muscle activation during the transition from posture to movement
CF Honeycutt, VJ Ravichandran, EJ Perreault
bioRxiv, 180554, 2017
12017
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