Jacques Duysens

Faculty of Kinesiology and Rehabilitation Sciences Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Leuven, Vlaanderen, Belgium 
"Jacques Duysens"
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Corporaal SHA, Bruijn SM, Hoogkamer W, et al. (2018) Different neural substrates for precision stepping and fast online step adjustments in youth. Brain Structure & Function
Hoogkamer W, Potocanac Z, Van Calenbergh F, et al. (2017) Quick foot placement adjustments during gait are less accurate in individuals with focal cerebellar lesions. Gait & Posture. 58: 390-393
Potocanac Z, Duysens J. (2017) Online adjustments of leg movements in healthy young and old. Experimental Brain Research. 235: 2329-2348
Potocanac Z, Pijnappels M, Verschueren S, et al. (2016) Two-stage muscle activity responses in decisions about leg movement adjustments during trip recovery. Journal of Neurophysiology. 115: 143-56
Drijkoningen D, Leunissen I, Caeyenberghs K, et al. (2015) Regional volumes in brain stem and cerebellum are associated with postural impairments in young brain-injured patients. Human Brain Mapping
Mazaheri M, Hoogkamer W, Potocanac Z, et al. (2015) Effects of aging and dual tasking on step adjustments to perturbations in visually cued walking. Experimental Brain Research
Hoogkamer W, Potocanac Z, Duysens J. (2015) Quick foot placement adjustments during gait: direction matters. Experimental Brain Research. 233: 3349-57
Hoogkamer W, Bruijn SM, Potocanac Z, et al. (2015) Gait asymmetry during early split-belt walking is related to perception of belt speed difference. Journal of Neurophysiology. 114: 1705-12
Hoogkamer W, Bruijn SM, Sunaert S, et al. (2015) Adaptation and aftereffects of split-belt walking in cerebellar lesion patients. Journal of Neurophysiology. 114: 1693-704
Hoogkamer W, Bruijn SM, Sunaert S, et al. (2015) Toward new sensitive measures to evaluate gait stability in focal cerebellar lesion patients. Gait & Posture. 41: 592-6
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