Brian E. Maki

Affiliations: 
University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada 
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Biomedical Engineering
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Komisar V, Nirmalanathan K, King EC, et al. (2019) Use of handrails for balance and stability: Characterizing loading profiles in younger adults. Applied Ergonomics. 76: 20-31
Yamaguchi T, Cheng KC, McKay SM, et al. (2015) Footwear width and balance-recovery reactions: A new approach to improving lateral stability in older adults. Gerontechnology : International Journal On the Fundamental Aspects of Technology to Serve the Ageing Society. 13: 359-367
Yamaguchi T, Hsu J, Li Y, et al. (2015) Efficacy of a rubber outsole with a hybrid surface pattern for preventing slips on icy surfaces. Applied Ergonomics. 51: 9-17
Sibley KM, Howe T, Lamb SE, et al. (2015) Recommendations for a core outcome set for measuring standing balance in adult populations: a consensus-based approach. Plos One. 10: e0120568
Iaboni A, Banez C, Lam R, et al. (2015) Depression and Outcome of Fear of Falling in a Falls Prevention Program. The American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry : Official Journal of the American Association For Geriatric Psychiatry
Cheng KC, Pratt J, Maki BE. (2013) Do aging and dual-tasking impair the capacity to store and retrieve visuospatial information needed to guide perturbation-evoked reach-to-grasp reactions? Plos One. 8: e79401
McKay SM, Fraser JE, Maki BE. (2013) Effects of uni- and multimodal cueing on handrail grasping and associated gaze behavior in older adults. Accident; Analysis and Prevention. 59: 407-14
Cheng KC, Pratt J, Maki BE. (2013) Effects of spatial-memory decay and dual-task interference on perturbation-evoked reach-to-grasp reactions in the absence of online visual feedback. Human Movement Science. 32: 328-42
Corbeil P, Bloem BR, van Meel M, et al. (2013) Arm reactions evoked by the initial exposure to a small balance perturbation: a pilot study. Gait & Posture. 37: 300-3
Cheng KC, McKay SM, King EC, et al. (2012) Does aging impair the capacity to use stored visuospatial information or online visual control to guide reach-to-grasp reactions evoked by unpredictable balance perturbation? The Journals of Gerontology. Series a, Biological Sciences and Medical Sciences. 67: 1238-45
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