Daniel Hamacher
Daniel Hamacher
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Brain activity during walking: a systematic review
D Hamacher, F Herold, P Wiegel, D Hamacher, L Schega
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 57, 310-327, 2015
1162015
Pick-by-Vision: A first stress test
B Schwerdtfeger, R Reif, WA Gunthner, G Klinker, D Hamacher, L Schega, ...
2009 8th IEEE International Symposium on Mixed and Augmented Reality, 115-124, 2009
602009
Towards clinical application: Repetitive sensor position re-calibration for improved reliability of gait parameters
D Hamacher, D Hamacher, WR Taylor, NB Singh, L Schega
Gait & posture 39 (4), 1146-1148, 2014
452014
The effect of a six-month dancing program on motor-cognitive dual-task performance in older adults
D Hamacher, D Hamacher, K Rehfeld, A Hökelmann, L Schega
Journal of aging and physical activity 23 (4), 647-652, 2015
282015
Towards the importance of minimum toe clearance in level ground walking in a healthy elderly population
D Hamacher, D Hamacher, L Schega
Gait & posture 40 (4), 727-729, 2014
282014
A cognitive dual task affects gait variability in patients suffering from chronic low back pain
D Hamacher, D Hamacher, L Schega
Experimental brain research 232 (11), 3509-3513, 2014
272014
Evaluation of a visual feedback system in gait retraining: A pilot study
D Hamacher, D Bertram, C Fölsch, L Schega
Gait & posture 36 (2), 182-186, 2012
272012
Towards the assessment of local dynamic stability of level-grounded walking in an older population
D Hamacher, D Hamacher, NB Singh, WR Taylor, L Schega
Medical engineering & physics 37 (12), 1152-1155, 2015
212015
Extended investigations of user-related issues in mobile industrial AR
J Grubert, D Hamacher, R Mecke, I Böckelmann, L Schega, A Huckauf, ...
2010 IEEE International Symposium on Mixed and Augmented Reality, 229-230, 2010
212010
Effect of dual tasks on gait variability in walking to auditory cues in older and young individuals
D Hamacher, D Hamacher, F Herold, L Schega
Experimental brain research 234 (12), 3555-3563, 2016
182016
Motor-cognitive dual-task training improves local dynamic stability of normal walking in older individuals
D Hamacher, D Hamacher, K Rehfeld, L Schega
Clinical biomechanics 32, 138-141, 2016
182016
The effect of physical exhaustion on gait stability in young and older individuals
D Hamacher, A Törpel, D Hamacher, L Schega
Gait & posture 48, 137-139, 2016
172016
Exploring phase dependent functional gait variability
D Hamacher, D Hamacher, R Müller, L Schega, A Zech
Human movement science 52, 191-196, 2017
152017
The reliability of local dynamic stability in walking while texting and performing an arithmetical problem
D Hamacher, D Hamacher, A Törpel, M Krowicki, F Herold, L Schega
Gait & posture 44, 200-203, 2016
152016
Effects of ankle instability on running gait ankle angles and its variability in young adults
D Hamacher, K Hollander, A Zech
Clinical biomechanics 33, 73-78, 2016
142016
Gait variability in chronic back pain sufferers with experimentally diminished visual feedback: a pilot study
D Hamacher, D Hamacher, M Krowicki, L Schega
Journal of motor behavior 48 (3), 205-208, 2016
132016
The influence of visual feedback on the mental representation of gait in patients with THR: a new approach for an experimental rehabilitation strategy
L Schega, D Bertram, C Fölsch, D Hamacher, D Hamacher
Applied psychophysiology and biofeedback 39 (1), 37-43, 2014
132014
Are there differences in the dual-task walking variability of minimum toe clearance in chronic low back pain patients and healthy controls?
D Hamacher, D Hamacher, F Herold, L Schega
Gait & posture 49, 97-101, 2016
122016
Differential effects of head-mounted displays on visual performance
L Schega, D Hamacher, S Erfuth, W Behrens-Baumann, J Reupsch, ...
Ergonomics 57 (1), 1-11, 2014
112014
Between-day test–retest reliability of gait variability in older individuals improves with a familiarization trial
D Hamacher, D Hamacher, M Krowicki, L Schega
Aging clinical and experimental research 29 (2), 327-329, 2017
72017
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