Tania Lam
Tania Lam
Professor, School of Kinesiology, University of British Columbia
Verified email at ubc.ca
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Contribution of feedback and feedforward strategies to locomotor adaptations
T Lam, M Anderschitz, V Dietz
Journal of neurophysiology 95 (2), 766-773, 2006
A systematic review of functional ambulation outcome measures in spinal cord injury
T Lam, VK Noonan, JJ Eng
Spinal cord 46 (4), 246-254, 2008
Gait speed using powered robotic exoskeletons after spinal cord injury: a systematic review and correlational study
DR Louie, JJ Eng, T Lam
Journal of neuroengineering and rehabilitation 12 (1), 82, 2015
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
The mechanical relationship between the rearfoot, pelvis and low-back
K Duval, T Lam, D Sanderson
Gait & posture 32 (4), 637-640, 2010
Proprioceptive modulation of hip flexor activity during the swing phase of locomotion in decerebrate cats
T Lam, KG Pearson
Journal of Neurophysiology 86 (3), 1321-1332, 2001
Swing phase resistance enhances flexor muscle activity during treadmill locomotion in incomplete spinal cord injury
T Lam, M Wirz, L Lünenburger, V Dietz
Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair 22 (5), 438-446, 2008
The role of proprioceptive feedback in the regulation and adaptation of locomotor activity
T Lam, KG Pearson
Sensorimotor Control of Movement and Posture, 343-355, 2002
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
A systematic review of the efficacy of gait rehabilitation strategies for spinal cord injury
T Lam, J Eng, D Wolfe, J Hsieh, M Whittaker
Topics in spinal cord injury rehabilitation 13 (1), 32-57, 2007
Spinal cord injury functional ambulation profile: a new measure of walking ability
K Musselman, K Brunton, T Lam, J Yang
Neurorehabilitation and neural repair 25 (3), 285-293, 2011
A systematic review of the effects of pharmacological agents on walking function in people with spinal cord injury
A Domingo, AA Al-Yahya, Y Asiri, JJ Eng, ...
Journal of neurotrauma 29 (5), 865-879, 2012
Lower limb rehabilitation following spinal cord injury
T Lam, DL Wolfe, JJ Eng, A Domingo
Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation Evidence. Version 5, 1-74, 2010
Using robot-applied resistance to augment body-weight–supported treadmill training in an individual with incomplete spinal cord injury
T Lam, K Pauhl, A Krassioukov, JJ Eng
Physical therapy 91 (1), 143-151, 2011
Infants adapt their stepping to repeated trip-inducing stimuli
MYC Pang, T Lam, JF Yang
Journal of neurophysiology 90 (4), 2731-2740, 2003
How do infants adapt to loading of the limb during the swing phase of stepping?
T Lam, C Wolstenholme, JF Yang
Journal of Neurophysiology 89 (4), 1920-1928, 2003
Turning capacity in ambulatory individuals poststroke
T Lam, K Luttmann
American Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation 88 (11), 873-883, 2009
Locomotor adaptations and aftereffects to resistance during walking in individuals with spinal cord injury
A Houldin, K Luttin, T Lam
Journal of neurophysiology 106 (1), 247-258, 2011
Stumbling corrective responses during treadmill‐elicited stepping in human infants
T Lam, C Wolstenholme, M van der Linden, MYC Pang, JF Yang
The Journal of physiology 553 (1), 319-331, 2003
Patterns of muscle coordination vary with stride frequency during weight assisted treadmill walking
T Klarner, HK Chan, JM Wakeling, T Lam
Gait & posture 31 (3), 360-365, 2010
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