Christopher Connaboy

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University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA, United States 
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LaGoy AD, Cashmere JD, Beckner ME, et al. (2021) A trait of mind: stability and robustness of sleep across sleep opportunity manipulations during simulated military operational stress. Sleep
Beethe AZ, Ahamed NU, Connaboy C, et al. (2021) Differences in compound muscle activation patterns explain upper extremity bilateral deficits. Human Movement Science. 79: 102851
LaGoy AD, Sphar M, Connaboy C, et al. (2021) Individuals with and without military-related PTSD differ in subjective sleepiness and alertness but not objective sleepiness. Journal of Psychiatric Research. 141: 301-308
Pletcher ER, Bordelon NM, Oliver GD, et al. (2021) The influence of a simulated game on muscular strength in female high-school and collegiate softball pitchers. Sports Biomechanics. 1-9
Dever DE, Krajewski KT, Johnson CC, et al. (2021) Increases in Load Carriage Magnitude and Forced Marching Change Lower-Extremity Coordination in Physically Active, Recruit-Aged Women. Journal of Applied Biomechanics. 1-8
Krajewski KT, Allen IT, Johnson CC, et al. (2021) Loaded forced-marching shifts mechanical contributions proximally and disrupts stride-to-stride joint work modulation in recruit aged women. Gait & Posture. 88: 22-27
Beckner ME, Conkright WR, Eagle SR, et al. (2021) Impact of simulated military operational stress on executive function relative to trait resilience, aerobic fitness, and neuroendocrine biomarkers. Physiology & Behavior. 236: 113413
Conkright WR, Beckner ME, Sinnott AM, et al. (2021) Neuromuscular Performance and Hormonal Responses to Military Operational Stress in Men and Women. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research
LaGoy AD, Kaskie R, Connaboy C, et al. (2021) Overnight Sleep Parameter Increases in Frontoparietal Areas Predict Working Memory Improvements in Healthy Participants But Not in Individuals With Posttraumatic Stress Disorder. Biological Psychiatry. Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging
Proessl F, Beckner ME, Sinnott AM, et al. (2021) Reliability of corticospinal excitability estimates for the vastus lateralis: Practical considerations for lower limb TMS task selection. Brain Research. 1761: 147395
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