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Dinant Kistemaker
Dinant Kistemaker
Faculty of Human Movement Sciences, VU University Amsterdam
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Can proprioceptive training improve motor learning?
JD Wong, DA Kistemaker, A Chin, PL Gribble
Journal of neurophysiology 108 (12), 3313-3321, 2012
1732012
Control of position and movement is simplified by combined muscle spindle and Golgi tendon organ feedback
DA Kistemaker, AJK Van Soest, JD Wong, I Kurtzer, PL Gribble
Journal of neurophysiology 109 (4), 1126-1139, 2013
1382013
Is equilibrium point control feasible for fast goal-directed single-joint movements?
DA Kistemaker, AKJ Van Soest, MF Bobbert
Journal of Neurophysiology 95 (5), 2898-2912, 2006
1372006
The central nervous system does not minimize energy cost in arm movements
DA Kistemaker, JD Wong, PL Gribble
Journal of neurophysiology 104 (6), 2985-2994, 2010
1092010
The Metabolic Cost of Walking in healthy young and older adults–A Systematic Review and Meta Analysis
SD Gupta, M Bobbert, DA Kistemaker
Scientific Reports, 2019
582019
The cost of moving optimally: kinematic path selection
DA Kistemaker, JD Wong, PL Gribble
Journal of neurophysiology 112 (8), 1815-1824, 2014
582014
Inverse dynamics of mechanical multibody systems: An improved algorithm that ensures consistency between kinematics and external forces
H Faber, AJ Van Soest, DA Kistemaker
PloS one 13 (9), e0204575, 2018
572018
A model of open-loop control of equilibrium position and stiffness of the human elbow joint
DA Kistemaker, AJ Van Soest, MF Bobbert
Biological cybernetics 96, 341-350, 2007
522007
Equilibrium point control cannot be refuted by experimental reconstruction of equilibrium point trajectories
DA Kistemaker, AKJ Van Soest, MF Bobbert
Journal of neurophysiology 98 (3), 1075-1082, 2007
472007
Length-dependent [Ca2+] sensitivity adds stiffness to muscle
DA Kistemaker, AKJ Van Soest, MF Bobbert
Journal of biomechanics 38 (9), 1816-1821, 2005
452005
Searching for strategies to reduce the mechanical demands of the sit-to-stand task with a muscle-actuated optimal control model
MF Bobbert, DA Kistemaker, MA Vaz, M Ackermann
Clinical Biomechanics 37, 83-90, 2016
432016
Bimanual proprioception: are two hands better than one?
JD Wong, ET Wilson, DA Kistemaker, PL Gribble
Journal of Neurophysiology 111(6): 1362–1368., 2014
372014
Humans make near-optimal adjustments of control to initial body configuration in vertical squat jumping
MF Bobbert, LJR Casius, DA Kistemaker
Neuroscience 237, 232-242, 2013
282013
Optimizing the distribution of leg muscles for vertical jumping
JD Wong, MF Bobbert, AJ van Soest, PL Gribble, DA Kistemaker
PloS one 11 (2), e0150019, 2016
272016
Catching fly balls: A simulation study of the Chapman strategy
DA Kistemaker, H Faber, PJ Beek
Human movement science 28 (2), 236-249, 2009
272009
Metabolic cost in healthy fit older adults and young adults during overground and treadmill walking
S Das Gupta, M Bobbert, H Faber, D Kistemaker
European journal of applied physiology 121 (10), 2787-2797, 2021
222021
In vivo dynamics of the musculoskeletal system cannot be adequately described using a stiffness-damping-inertia model
DA Kistemaker, LA Rozendaal
PloS one 6 (5), e19568, 2011
222011
Does ankle push-off correct for errors in anterior–posterior foot placement relative to center-of-mass states?
J Jin, JH van Dieën, D Kistemaker, A Daffertshofer, SM Bruijn
PeerJ 11, e15375, 2023
82023
Metabolic cost of activation and mechanical efficiency of mouse soleus muscle fiber bundles during repetitive concentric and eccentric contractions
KK Lemaire, RT Jaspers, DA Kistemaker, AJK van Soest, ...
Frontiers in Physiology 10, 760, 2019
52019
Spiermodellen: theorie en toepassing
DA Kistemaker, H Faber, MF Bobbert
Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Fysiotherapie 20 (4), 163-192, 2002
52002
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