Nina S. Bradley

Affiliations: 
Neuroscience University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA, United States 
Area:
Neuroscience Biology, Biomedical Engineering, Biomechanics Biophysics
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Porterfield JH, Sindhurakar A, Finley JM, et al. (2015) Drift during overground locomotion in newly hatched chicks varies with light exposure during embryogenesis. Developmental Psychobiology. 57: 459-69
Bradley NS, Ryu YU, Yeseta MC. (2014) Spontaneous locomotor activity in late-stage chicken embryos is modified by stretch of leg muscles. The Journal of Experimental Biology. 217: 896-907
Sindhurakar A, Bradley NS. (2012) Light accelerates morphogenesis and acquisition of interlimb stepping in chick embryos. Plos One. 7: e51348
Sindhurakar A, Bradley NS. (2010) Kinematic analysis of overground locomotion in chicks incubated under different light conditions. Developmental Psychobiology. 52: 802-12
Ryu YU, Bradley NS. (2009) Precocious locomotor behavior begins in the egg: development of leg muscle patterns for stepping in the chick. Plos One. 4: e6111
Bradley NS, Ryu YU, Lin J. (2008) Fast locomotor burst generation in late stage embryonic motility. Journal of Neurophysiology. 99: 1733-42
Oztop E, Arbib MA, Bradley N. (2006) The development of grasping and the mirror system Action to Language Via the Mirror Neuron System. 397-423
Bradley NS, Solanki D, Zhao D. (2005) Limb movements during embryonic development in the chick: evidence for a continuum in limb motor control antecedent to locomotion. Journal of Neurophysiology. 94: 4401-11
Oztop E, Bradley NS, Arbib MA. (2004) Infant grasp learning: a computational model. Experimental Brain Research. 158: 480-503
Bradley NS. (2003) Connecting the dots between animal and human studies of locomotion. Focus on "Infants adapt their stepping to repeated trip-inducing stimuli". Journal of Neurophysiology. 90: 2088-9
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