Erin Vasudevan
Erin Vasudevan
Assistant Professor, PhD Program in Health and Rehabilitation Sciences, SUNY Stony Brook University
Verified email at stonybrook.edu
TitleCited byYear
Modulating locomotor adaptation with cerebellar stimulation
G Jayaram, B Tang, R Pallegadda, EVL Vasudevan, P Celnik, A Bastian
Journal of neurophysiology 107 (11), 2950-2957, 2012
1512012
Split-belt treadmill stepping in infants suggests autonomous pattern generators for the left and right leg in humans
JF Yang, EV Lamont, MYC Pang
Journal of Neuroscience 25 (29), 6869-6876, 2005
962005
The quadrupedal nature of human bipedal locomotion
EP Zehr, SR Hundza, EV Vasudevan
Exercise and sport sciences reviews 37 (2), 102-108, 2009
842009
Younger is not always better: development of locomotor adaptation from childhood to adulthood
EVL Vasudevan, G Torres-Oviedo, SM Morton, JF Yang, AJ Bastian
Journal of neuroscience 31 (8), 3055-3065, 2011
832011
Infant stepping: a window to the behaviour of the human pattern generator for walking
JF Yang, T Lam, MYC Pang, E Lamont, K Musselman, E Seinen
Canadian journal of physiology and pharmacology 82 (8-9), 662-674, 2004
742004
Motor adaptation training for faster relearning
LA Malone, EVL Vasudevan, AJ Bastian
Journal of Neuroscience 31 (42), 15136-15143, 2011
712011
Split-belt treadmill adaptation shows different functional networks for fast and slow human walking
EVL Vasudevan, AJ Bastian
Journal of neurophysiology 103 (1), 183-191, 2009
602009
Task-specific modulation of cutaneous reflexes expressed at functionally relevant gait cycle phases during level and incline walking and stair climbing
EV Lamont, EP Zehr
Experimental brain research 173 (1), 185-192, 2006
562006
Locomotor adaptation
G Torres-Oviedo, E Vasudevan, L Malone, AJ Bastian
Progress in brain research 191, 65-74, 2011
412011
Earth-referenced handrail contact facilitates interlimb cutaneous reflexes during locomotion
EV Lamont, EP Zehr
Journal of neurophysiology 98 (1), 433-442, 2007
352007
Unique characteristics of motor adaptation during walking in young children
KE Musselman, SK Patrick, EVL Vasudevan, AJ Bastian, JF Yang
Journal of neurophysiology 105 (5), 2195-2203, 2011
322011
Neuromechanical interactions between the limbs during human locomotion: an evolutionary perspective with translation to rehabilitation
EP Zehr, TS Barss, K Dragert, A Frigon, EV Vasudevan, C Haridas, ...
Experimental brain research 234 (11), 3059-3081, 2016
302016
Motion controlled gait enhancing mobile shoe for rehabilitation
I Handzic, EV Vasudevan, KB Reed
2011 IEEE International Conference on Rehabilitation Robotics, 1-6, 2011
182011
Design and pilot study of a gait enhancing mobile shoe
I Handzic, EM Barno, EV Vasudevan, KB Reed
Paladyn 2 (4), 193-201, 2011
162011
Effects of traumatic brain injury on locomotor adaptation
EVL Vasudevan, RN Glass, AT Packel
Journal of neurologic physical therapy 38 (3), 172-182, 2014
142014
Multi-frequency arm cycling reveals bilateral locomotor coupling to increase movement symmetry
EVL Vasudevan, EP Zehr
Experimental brain research 211 (2), 299-312, 2011
122011
Developing a gait enhancing mobile shoe to alter over-ground walking coordination
I Handzic, E Vasudevan, KB Reed
2012 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation, 4124-4129, 2012
102012
Making sense of cerebellar contributions to perceptual and motor adaptation
MA Statton, A Vazquez, SM Morton, EVL Vasudevan, AJ Bastian
The Cerebellum 17 (2), 111-121, 2018
62018
Gait speed influences aftereffect size following locomotor adaptation, but only in certain environments
RJ Hamzey, EM Kirk, EVL Vasudevan
Experimental brain research 234 (6), 1479-1490, 2016
52016
Improving Interlimb Coordination Following Stroke: How can we change how people walk (and why should we)?
EV Vasudevan, EM Kirk
Replace, Repair, Restore, Relieve–Bridging Clinical and Engineering …, 2014
52014
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