Evangelos A. Christou
Evangelos A. Christou
Professor, Applied Physiology and Kinesiology, University of Florida
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Mechanisms that contribute to differences in motor performance between young and old adults
RM Enoka, EA Christou, SK Hunter, KW Kornatz, JG Semmler, AM Taylor, ...
Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology 13 (1), 1-12, 2003
5092003
Children achieve adult-like sensory integration during stance at 12-years-old
ML Peterson, E Christou, KS Rosengren
Gait & posture 23 (4), 455-463, 2006
2502006
Practice reduces motor unit discharge variability in a hand muscle and improves manual dexterity in old adults
KW Kornatz, EA Christou, RM Enoka
Journal of applied physiology 98 (6), 2072-2080, 2005
2392005
Multiple features of motor-unit activity influence force fluctuations during isometric contractions
AM Taylor, EA Christou, RM Enoka
Journal of neurophysiology 90 (2), 1350-1361, 2003
2222003
Patellar taping increases vastus medialis oblique activity in the presence of patellofemoral pain
EA Christou
Journal of electromyography and kinesiology 14 (4), 495-504, 2004
2182004
Old adults exhibit greater motor output variability than young adults only during rapid discrete isometric contractions
EA Christou, LG Carlton
The Journals of Gerontology Series A: Biological Sciences and Medical …, 2001
1412001
Rapid communication. Taiji training improves knee extensor strength and force control in older adults
EA Christou, Y Yang, KS Rosengren
The Journals of Gerontology Series A: Biological Sciences and Medical …, 2003
1152003
Modeling variability of force during isometric contractions of the quadriceps femoris
EA Christou, M Grossman, LG Carlton
Journal of motor behavior 34 (1), 67-81, 2002
1112002
The 1-to 2-Hz oscillations in muscle force are exacerbated by stress, especially in older adults
EA Christou, JM Jakobi, A Critchlow, M Fleshner, RM Enoka
Journal of Applied Physiology 97 (1), 225-235, 2004
1022004
Fluctuations in acceleration during voluntary contractions lead to greater impairment of movement accuracy in old adults
EA Christou, M Shinohara, RM Enoka
Journal of Applied Physiology 95 (1), 373-384, 2003
1022003
Rectification of the EMG signal impairs the identification of oscillatory input to the muscle
OP Neto, EA Christou
Journal of Neurophysiology 103 (2), 1093-1103, 2010
1002010
Aging and variability of voluntary contractions
EA Christou
Exercise and sport sciences reviews 39 (2), 77, 2011
992011
Removal of visual feedback alters muscle activity and reduces force variability during constant isometric contractions
HS Baweja, BK Patel, JD Martinkewiz, J Vu, EA Christou
Experimental brain research 197 (1), 35-47, 2009
922009
Age and contraction type influence motor output variability in rapid discrete tasks
EA Christou, LG Carlton
Journal of Applied Physiology 93 (2), 489-498, 2002
802002
Age and contraction type influence motor output variability in rapid discrete tasks
EA Christou, LG Carlton
Journal of Applied Physiology 93 (2), 489-498, 2002
802002
Different neural adjustments improve endpoint accuracy with practice in young and old adults
EA Christou, B Poston, JA Enoka, RM Enoka
Journal of Neurophysiology 97 (5), 3340-3350, 2007
692007
Motor output is more variable during eccentric compared with concentric contractions.
EA Christou, LG Carlton
Medicine and science in sports and exercise 34 (11), 1773-1778, 2002
642002
Visual feedback attenuates force fluctuations induced by a stressor
EA Christou
Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise 37 (12), 2126-2133, 2005
582005
Enhanced somatosensory feedback reduces prefrontal cortical activity during walking in older adults
DJ Clark, EA Christou, SA Ring, JB Williamson, L Doty
Journals of Gerontology Series A: Biomedical Sciences and Medical Sciences …, 2014
492014
Greater amount of visual information exacerbates force control in older adults during constant isometric contractions
DM Kennedy, EA Christou
Experimental brain research 213 (4), 351, 2011
492011
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