Publications and Funding

  • Publications

                

    • Kim, N. Darakjian, J.M. Finley, "Walking in Fully Immersive Virtual Environments: A Feasibility Test for Older Adults and Individuals with Parkinson's disease," In Review
    • J.M. Finley and A.J. Bastian. (In Preparation). Kinematic Asymmetries are Associated with an Increased Cost of Transport in Individuals with Stroke. 
    • J.M. Finley, A. Long, A.J.Bastian, and G. Torres-Oviedo, (2015). Spatial and Temporal Control Contribute to Step Length Asymmetry during Split-Belt Adaptation and Hemiparetic Gait. Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair. 29:786-95.
    • B.A. Smith, I. Trujillo-Priego, C.J. Lane, J.M.Finley, F. Horak. (2015). Daily Quantity of Infant Leg Movement: Wearable Sensor Algorithm and Relationship to Walking Onset. Sensors. 15, 19006-19020.
    • J.H. Porterfield, A. Sindhurakar, J.M.Finley, N.S. Bradley. (2015). Drift during Overground Locomotion in Newly Hatched Chicks Varies with Light Exposure during Embryogenesis. Developmental Psychobiology.57, 459-469.
    • A. Long, J.M. Finley, A.J. Bastian.(2015). A Marching-Walking Hybrid Induces Step Length Adaptation and Transfers to Natural Walking. Journal of Neurophysiology. 113, 3905-3914.
    • J.M. Finley, M.S. Statton, A.J. Bastian.(2014) A Novel Optic Flow Pattern Speeds Split-belt Locomotor Adaptation. Journal of Neurophysiology. 111, 969-976. 
    • J.M. Finley, Y. Y. Dhaher, E.J. Perreault.(2013). Acceleration-Dependence and Task-Specific Modulation of Short and Medium-Latency Reflexes in the Ankle Extensors. Physiological Reports. 1(3), e00051
    • R. D. Trumbower*, J. M. Finley*, J.Shemmell, C. F. Honeycutt, E. J. Perreault. (2013). Bilateral Impairments in Task-Dependent Modulation of the Long-Latency Stretch Reflex Following Stroke. Clinical Neurophysiology. 124,1373-1380 
    • J.M. Finley, A.J. Bastian, J.S.Gottschall. (2013). Learning to be Efficient: Metabolic Cost of Walking Tracks Motor Adaptation. Journal of Physiology. 591,1081-1095
    • J.M. Finley, Y.Y. Dhaher, E.J. Perreault.(2012). Contributions of Feed-forward and Feedback Strategies at the Human Ankle during Control of Unstable Loads. Experimental Brain Research. 217, 53-66
    • J.M. Finley, E.J. Perreault, Y.Y. Dhaher.(2008). Stretch Reflex Coupling Between the Hip and Knee:Implications for Impaired Gait Following Stroke. Experimental Brain Research 131, 305-319

     

    Funding

      §  2015-2016:PI (Finley), James H. Zumberge Research and Innovation Grant, University of Southern California

    • 2013-2015: Scholar (Finley), NIH Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD), Interdisciplinary Rehabilitation Engineering Career Development Program, K12HD073945.