Julia T. Choi

human locomotion and posture
"Julia Choi"
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Amy Jo Bastian grad student 2009 Johns Hopkins (Neurotree)
 (Neural control of locomotor adaptation in humans.)
Jens Bo Nielsen post-doc Copenhagen University (Neurotree)
Lena H. Ting post-doc Emory (Neurotree)
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Sato S, Cui A, Choi JT. (2021) Visuomotor errors drive step length and step time adaptation during 'virtual' split-belt walking: the effects of reinforcement feedback. Experimental Brain Research
Sato S, Choi JT. (2021) Neural Control of Human Locomotor Adaptation: Lessons about Changes with Aging. The Neuroscientist : a Review Journal Bringing Neurobiology, Neurology and Psychiatry. 10738584211013723
Stenum J, Choi JT. (2020) Step time asymmetry but not step length asymmetry is adapted to optimize energy cost of split-belt treadmill walking. The Journal of Physiology
Sato S, Choi JT. (2019) Increased intramuscular coherence is associated with temporal gait symmetry during split-belt locomotor adaptation. Journal of Neurophysiology
Spedden ME, Choi JT, Nielsen JB, et al. (2019) Corticospinal control of normal and visually guided gait in healthy older and younger adults. Neurobiology of Aging. 78: 29-41
Jensen P, Jensen NJ, Terkildsen CU, et al. (2018) Increased central common drive to ankle plantar flexor and dorsiflexor muscles during visually guided gait. Physiological Reports. 6
Haarman JAM, Choi JT, Buurke JH, et al. (2017) Performance of a visuomotor walking task in an augmented reality training setting. Human Movement Science. 56: 11-19
Stenum J, Choi JT. (2016) Neuromuscular effort predicts walk-run transition speed in normal and adapted human gaits. The Journal of Experimental Biology
Choi JT, Jensen P, Nielsen JB, et al. (2016) Error signals driving locomotor adaptation: Cutaneous feedback from the foot is used to adapt movement during perturbed walking. The Journal of Physiology
Choi JT, Jensen P, Nielsen JB. (2016) Locomotor sequence learning in visually guided walking. Journal of Neurophysiology. jn.00938.2015
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