Brian H Dalton
Brian H Dalton
University of British Columbia Okanagan
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Motor unit number estimates in masters runners: use it or lose it?
GA Power, BH Dalton, DG Behm, AA Vandervoort, TJ Doherty, CL Rice
Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise 42 (9), 1644-1650, 2010
1462010
Effects of noise and music on human and task performance: A systematic review
BH Dalton, DG Behm
Occupational ergonomics 7 (3), 143-152, 2007
1282007
Human neuromuscular structure and function in old age: a brief review
GA Power, BH Dalton, CL Rice
Journal of sport and health science 2 (4), 215-226, 2013
1272013
Motor unit survival in lifelong runners is muscle dependent
GA Power, BH Dalton, DG Behm, TJ Doherty, AA Vandervoort, CL Rice
Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise 44 (7), 1235-1242, 2012
1042012
Age‐related reductions in the estimated numbers of motor units are minimal in the human soleus
BH Dalton, CJ McNeil, TJ Doherty, CL Rice
Muscle & Nerve: Official Journal of the American Association of …, 2008
852008
Power loss is greater in old men than young men during fast plantar flexion contractions
BH Dalton, GA Power, AA Vandervoort, CL Rice
Journal of Applied Physiology 109 (5), 1441-1447, 2010
792010
Triceps surae contractile properties and firing rates in the soleus of young and old men
BH Dalton, B Harwood, AW Davidson, CL Rice
Journal of applied physiology 107 (6), 1781-1788, 2009
742009
The age-related slowing of voluntary shortening velocity exacerbates power loss during repeated fast knee extensions
BH Dalton, GA Power, AA Vandervoort, CL Rice
Experimental gerontology 47 (1), 85-92, 2012
702012
Differential age‐related changes in motor unit properties between elbow flexors and extensors
BH Dalton, JM Jakobi, BL Allman, CL Rice
Acta physiologica 200 (1), 45-55, 2010
602010
Effects of sound types and volumes on simulated driving, vigilance tasks and heart rate
BH Dalton, DG Behm, A Kibele
Occupational Ergonomics 7 (3), 153-168, 2007
532007
Power loss is greater following lengthening contractions in old versus young women
GA Power, BH Dalton, CL Rice, AA Vandervoort
Age 34 (3), 737-750, 2012
472012
Delayed recovery of velocity-dependent power loss following eccentric actions of the ankle dorsiflexors
GA Power, BH Dalton, CL Rice, AA Vandervoort
Journal of Applied Physiology 109 (3), 669-676, 2010
422010
Recovery of motoneuron output is delayed in old men following high-intensity fatigue
BH Dalton, B Harwood, AW Davidson, CL Rice
Journal of neurophysiology 103 (2), 977-985, 2010
342010
The effect of knee joint angle on plantar flexor power in young and old men
BH Dalton, MD Allen, GA Power, AA Vandervoort, CL Rice
Experimental gerontology 52, 70-76, 2014
332014
Reproducibility of velocity-dependent power: before and after lengthening contractions
GA Power, BH Dalton, CL Rice, AA Vandervoort
Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism 36 (5), 626-633, 2011
312011
Older men are more fatigable than young when matched for maximal power and knee extension angular velocity is unconstrained
BH Dalton, GA Power, JR Paturel, CL Rice
Age 37 (3), 1-16, 2015
292015
The altered vestibular-evoked myogenic and whole-body postural responses in old men during standing
BH Dalton, JS Blouin, MD Allen, CL Rice, JT Inglis
Experimental gerontology 60, 120-128, 2014
262014
Maintaining motor units into old age: running the final common pathway
GA Power, BH Dalton, KJ Gilmore, MD Allen, TJ Doherty, CL Rice
European journal of translational myology 27 (1), 2017
252017
Time-dependent neuromuscular parameters in the plantar flexors support greater fatigability of old compared with younger males
JW Wallace, GA Power, CL Rice, BH Dalton
Experimental gerontology 74, 13-20, 2016
252016
Vestibular control of standing balance is enhanced with increased cognitive load
MA McGeehan, MH Woollacott, BH Dalton
Experimental brain research 235 (4), 1031-1040, 2017
242017
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