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  1. Gallagher S, Hamrick CA, Cornelius KM, Redfern MS; The effects of restricted workspace on lumbar spine loading; NIOSH. 
  2. Wojyts EM, Goldstein SA, Redfern MS, Trier E, Matthews LS; A biomechanical evaluation of the Lenox Hill knee brace; Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research, vol. 220, pp. 179-184, 1987. 
  3. Kumar S, Chaffin DB, Redfern MS; Isometric and isokinetic back and arm lifting strengths: device and measurement; Journal of Biomechanics, vol. 21(1), pp. 35-44, 1988. 
  4. Gilad I, Redfern MS, Chaffin DB, Byun SN; Angular displacement of torso during lifting: a system comparison of two measuring methods; Human Movement Science, vol. 8(6), pp. 547-569, 1989. 
  5. Chaffin DB, Redfern MS, Erig M, Goldstein SA; Lumbar muscle size and locations from CT scans of 96 women of age 40 to 63 years; Clinical Biomechanics, vol. 5(1), pp. 9-16, 1990. 
  6. Redfern MS, Marcotte A, Chaffin DB; A dynamic coefficient of friction measurement device for shoe/floor interface testing; Journal of Safety Research, vol. 21(2), pp. 61-65, 1990. 
  7. Redfern MS, Hughes RE, Chaffin DB; High-pass filtering to remove electrocardiographic interference from torso EMG recordings; Clinical Biomechanics, vol. 8(1), pp. 44-48, 1993. 
  8. Cornelius KM, Redfern MS, Steiner LJ; Postural stability after whole-body vibration exposure; International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics, vol. 13(4), pp. 343-351, 1994. 
  9. McVay EJ, Redfern MS; Rampway safety: foot forces as a function of rampway angle; American Industrial Hygiene Journal, vol. 55(7), pp. 626-634, 1994. 
  10. Redfern MS, Furman JM; Postural sway of patients with vestibular disorders during optic flow; Journal of Vestibular Research, vol. 4(3), pp. 221-230, 1994. 
  11. Redfern MS, Bidanda B; Slip resistance of the shoe-floor interface under biomechanically-relevant conditions; Ergonomics, vol. 37(3), pp. 511-524, 1994. 
  12. Redfern MS, Schumann T; A model of foot placement during gait; Journal of Biomechanics, vol. 27(11), pp. 1339-1346, 1994.  
  13. Jacob RG, Redfern MS, Furman JM; Optic flow-induced sway in anxiety disorders associated with space and motion discomfort; Journal of Anxiety Disorders, vol. 9(5), pp. 411-425, 1995. 
  14. Redfern MS, Chaffin DB; Influence of flooring on standing fatigue; Human Factors, vol. 37(3), pp. 570-581, 1995. 
  15. Schumann T, Redfern MS, Furman JM, El-Jaroudi A, Chaparro LF; Time-frequency analysis of postural sway; Journal of Biomechanics, vol. 28(5), pp. 603-607, 1995. 
  16. Twomey JM, Smith AE, Redfern MS; A predictive model for slip resistance using artificial neural networks; IIE Transactions, vol. 27, pp. 374-381, 1995. 
  17. Cass SP, Redfern MS, Furman JM, DiPasquale J; Galvanic-induced postural movements as a test of vestibular function in humans; Laryngoscope, vol. 106(4), pp. 423-430, 1996. 
  18. Loughlin PJ, Redfern MS, Furman JM; Time-varying characteristics of visually induced postural sway; IEEE Transactions on Rehabilitation Engineering, vol. 4(4), pp. 416-424, 1996. 
  19. Mann GC, Whitney SL, Redfern MS, Borello-France DF, Furman JM; Functional reach and single leg stance in patients with peripheral vestibular disorders; Journal of Vestibular Research, vol. 6(5), pp. 343-353, 1996. 
  20. Redfern MS, Robinson CJ; Guest editorial: introduction to the special section on rehabilitative biomechanics; IEEE Transactions on Rehabilitation Engineering, vol. 4(4), pp. 347, 1996.
  21. Holbein MA, Redfern MS; Functional stability limits while holding loads in various positions; International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics, vol. 19(5), pp. 387-395, 1997. 
  22. Redfern MS, DiPasquale J; Biomechanics of descending ramps; Gait and Posture, vol. 6(2), pp. 119-125, 1997. 
  23. Redfern MS, Moore PL, Yarsky CM; The influence of flooring on standing balance among older persons; Human Factors, vol. 39(3), pp. 445-455, 1997. 
  24. Carnahan BJ, Redfern MS; Application of genetic algorithms to the design of lifting tasks; International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics, vol. 21, pp. 145-158, 1998. 
  25. Furman JM, Jacob RG, Redfern MS; Clinical evidence that the vestibular system participates in autonomic control; Journal of Vestibular Research, vol. 8(1), pp. 27-34, 1998. 
  26. Schlesinger A, Redfern MS, Dahl RE, Jennings JR; Postural control, attention, and sleep deprivation; NeuroReport, vol. 9, pp. 49-58, 1998.  
  27. Borello-France DF, Gallagher JD, Redfern, MS, Furman JM, Carvell GE; Voluntary movement strategies of individuals with unilateral peripheral vestibular hypofunction; Journal of Vestibular Research, vol. 9(4), pp. 265-275, 1999. 
  28. Borger LL, Whitney SL, Redfern MS, Furman JM; The influence of dynamic visual environments on postural sway in the elderly; Journal of Vestibular Research, vol. 9, pp. 197-205, 1999. 
  29. Hanson JP, Redfern MS, Mazumdar M; Predicting slips and falls considering required and available friction; Ergonomics, vol. 42(12), pp. 1619-1633, 1999. 
  30. Reginella RL, Redfern MS, Furman JM; Postural sway with earth-fixed and bod-referenced finger contact in young and older adults; Journal of Vestibular Research, vol. 9(2), pp. 103-109, 1999. 
  31. Ardic FN, Redfern MS; Paraspinal response to electrical vestibular stimulation; Acta Otolaryngologica, vol. 120(1), pp. 39-46, 2000. 
  32. Carnahan BJ, Redfern MS, Norman B; Designing safe job rotation schedules using optimization and heuristic search; Ergonomics, vol. 43(4), pp. 543-560, 2000. 
  33. Redfern MS, Cham R; The influence of flooring on standing comfort and fatigue; American Industrial Hygiene Association Journal, vol. 61, pp. 700-708, 2000. 
  34. Carnahan BJ, Norman BA, Redfern MS; Incorporating physical demand criteria into assembly line balancing; IIE Transactions, vol. 33, pp. 875-887, 2001. 
  35. Cham R, Redfern MS; Lower extremity corrective reactions to slip events; Journal of Biomechanics, vol. 34, pp. 1439-1445, 2001. 
  36. Cham R, Redfern MS; Effect of flooring on standing comfort and fatigue; Human Factors, vol. 43(3), pp. 381-391, 2001. 
  37. Courtney TK, Chang WR, Gronqvist R, Redfern MS; The measurement of slipperiness -- an international scientific symposium; Ergonomics, vol. 44(13), pp. 1097-1101, 2001. 
  38. Courtney TK, Sorock GS, Manning DP, Collins JW, Holbein-Jenny MA; Occupational slip, trip, and fall-related injuries -- can the contribution of slipperiness be isolated; Ergonomics, vol. 44(13), pp. 1118-1137, 2001. 
  39. Courtney TK, Chang WR, Gronqvist R, Redfern MS; Editor's preface: the measurement of slipperiness; Ergonomics, vol. 44(13), pp. 1095, 2001. 
  40. Furman JM, Redfern MS; Effect of aging on the otolith-ocular reflex; Journal of Vestibular Research, vol. 11, pp. 91-103, 2001. 
  41. Gronqvist R, Chang WR, Courtney TK, Leamon TB, Redfern MS, Strandberg L; Measurement of slipperiness: fundamental concepts and definitions; Ergonomics, vol. 44(13), pp. 1102-1117, 2001. 
  42. Loughlin PJ, Redfern MS; Spectral Characteristics of Visually Induced Postural Sway in Healthy Elderly and Healthy Young Subjects; IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering, vol. 9(1), pp. 24-30, 2001. 
  43. Redfern MS, Yardley L, Bronstein AM; Visual influences on balance; Journal of Anxiety Disorders, vol. 15, pp. 81-94, 2001. 
  44. Redfern MS, Cham R, Gieo-Perczak K, Gronqvist R, Hirvonen M, Lanshammar H, Marpett M; Biomechanics of slips; Ergonomics, vol. 44(13), pp. 1138-1166, 2001. 
  45. Redfern MS, Jennings JR, Martin C, Furman JM; Attention influences sensory integration for postural control in older adults; Gait and Posture, vol. 14, pp. 211-216, 2001. 
  46. Sparto PJ, Redfern MS; Quantification of direction and magnitude of cyclical postural sway using ellipses; Biomedical Engineering: Applications, Basis & Communications, vol. 13, pp. 213-217, 2001.  
  47. Yardley L, Redfern MS; Psychological factors influencing recovery from balance disorders; Journal of Anxiety Disorders, vol. 15, pp. 107-119, 2001. 
  48. Cham R, Redfern MS; Changes in gait when anticipating slippery floors; Gait and Posture, vol. 15, pp. 159-171, 2002. 
  49. Borello-France DF, Gallagher JD, Furman JM, Redfern MS, Carvell GE; Voluntary upper-extremity movements in patients with unilateral peripheral vestibular hypofunction; Physical Therapy, vol. 82(3), pp. 216-227, 2002. 
  50. Cham R, Redfern MS; Heel contact dynamics during slip events on level and inclined surfaces; Safety Science, vol. 40, pp. 559-576, 2002. 
  51. Furman JM, Redfern MS; Visual-vestibular interaction during OVAR in the elderly; Journal of Vestibular Research, vol. 11, pp. 365-370, 2002. 
  52. Redfern MS, Muller MLTM, Jennings JR, Furman JM; Attentional dynamics in postural control during perturbations in young and older adults; Journal of Gerontology: Biological Sciences, vol. 57(8), pp. B298-B303, 2002. 
  53. Redfern MS, Mamo DC, Pollock BG, Mulsant B, Houck PR, Bensasi S, Miller MC; Effects of nortriptyline and paroxetine on postural sway in depressed elderly patients; American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, vol. 10(2), pp. 199-205, 2002. 
  54. Smiley-Oyen AL, Cheng HYK, Latt LD, Redfern MS; Adaptation of vibration-induced postural sway in individuals with Parkinson's disease; Gait and Posture, vol. 16, pp. 188-197, 2002. 
  55. Whitney SL, Sparto PJ, Brown KE, Furman JM, Jacobson JL, Redfern MS; The potential use of virtual reality in vestibular rehabilitation: preliminary findings with the BNAVE; Neurology Report, vol. 26(2), pp. 72-78, 2002. 
  56. Chambers AJ, Margerum S, Redfern MS, Cham R; Kinematics of the foot during slips; Occupational Ergonomics, vol. 3, pp. 225-234, 2003. 
  57. Furman JM, Muller MLTM, Redfern MS, Jennings JR; Visual-vestibular stimulation interferes with information processing in young and older humans; Exp Brain Research, vol. 152, pp. 383-392, 2003. 
  58. Furman JM, Hsu LC, Whitney SL, Redfern MS; Otolith-ocular responses in patients with surgically confirmed unilateral peripheral vestibular loss; Journal of Vestibular Research, vol. 13, pp. 143-151, 2003. 
  59. Latt LD, Sparto PJ, Furman JM, Redfern MS; The steady-state postural response to a continuous sinusoidal galvanic vestibular stimulation; Gait and Posture, vol. 18, pp. 64-72, 2003. 
  60. Loughlin PJ, Redfern MS, Furman JM; Nonstationarities of postural sway: the utility of time-frequency analysis in standing human balance; Advances in Time-Frequency and Time-Scale Applications in Biomedical Engineering, pp. 69-75, 2003. 
  61. Loughlin PJ, Redfern MS; Analysis and modeling of human postural control; IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Magazine, pp. 18, 2003. 
  62. Richerson SJ, Faulkner LW, Robinson CJ, Redfern MS, Purucker MC; Acceleration threshold detection during short anterior and posterior perturbations on a translating platform; Gait and Posture, vol. 18, pp. 11-19, 2003. 
  63. Balaban CD, Cohn J, Redfern MS, Prinkey J, Stripling R, Hoffer M; Postural control as a probe for cognitive state: exploiting human information processing to enhance performance; International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction, vol. 17(2), pp. 275-286, 2004. 
  64. Cham R, Redfern MS; Gait adaptations during load carrying on level and inclined surfaces; Occupational Ergonomics, vol. 4(1), pp. 11-26, 2004. 
  65. Muller MLTM, Jennings JR, Redfern MS, Furman JM; Effect of preparation on dual-task performance in postural control; Journal of Motor Behavior, vol. 36(2), pp. 137-146, 2004. 
  66. Muller MLTM, Redfern MS; Correlation between EMG and COP onset latency in response to a horizontal platform translation; Journal of Biomechanics, vol. 37(10), pp. 1573-1581, 2004. 
  67. Redfern MS, Talkowski ME, Jennings JR, Furman JM; Cognitive influences in postural control of patients with unilateral vestibular loss; Gait and Posture, vol. 19, pp. 105-114, 2004. 
  68. Sparto PJ, Whitney SL, Hodges LF, Furman JM, Redfern MS; Simulator sickness when performing gaze shifts within a wide field of view optic flow environment: preliminary evidence for using virtual reality in vestibular rehabilitation; Journal of Neuroengineering and Rehabilitation, vol. 1(14), 2004. 
  69. Whitney SL, Wrisley DM, Gee M, Redfern MS, Furman JM; Normal values for the five times sit to stand test and gait speed in healthy older adults; Physical Therapy, 2004.
  70. Baker NA, Redfern MS; Potentially problematic postures during work site keyboard use; American Journal of Occupational Therapy, vol. 63, pp. 345-354, 2005. 
  71. Baker NA, Redfern MS; Developing an observational instrument to evaluate personal keyboarding style; Applied Ergonomics, vol. 36, pp. 345-354, 2005. 
  72. Faulkner KA, Cauley JA, Zmuda JM, Landsittel DP, Nevit MC, Studenski SA, Redfern MS; Ethnic difference in the frequency and circumstances of falling in older community-dwelling women; Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, vol. 53(10), pp. 1774-1779, 2005. 
  73. Mahboobin A, Loughlin PJ, Redfern MS, Sparto PJ; Sensory re-weighting in human postural control during moving-scene perturbations; Experimental Brain Research, vol. 167(2), pp. 260-267, 2005. 
  74. Talkowski ME, Redfern MS, Jennings JR, Furman JM; Cognitive requirements for vestibular and ocular motor processing in healthy adults and patients with unilateral vestibular lesions; Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, vol. 17(9), pp. 432-441, 2005. 
  75. Whitney SL, Wrisley DM, Marchetti GF, Gee MA, Redfern MS, Furman JM; Clinical measures of sit-to-stand performance in people with balance disorders: validity of data for the five-times sit-to-stand test; Physical Therapy, vol. 85(10), pp. 1034-1045, 2005. 
  76. Baker NA, Cidboy EH; The effect of three alternative keyboard designs on forearm pronation, wrist extension, and ulnar deviation; American Journal of Occupational Therapy, vol. 60, pp. 40-49, 2006. 
  77. Bohnen NI, Cham R; Postural control, gait, and dopamine functions in parkinsonian movement disorders; Clinics in Geriatric Medicine, vol. 22(4), pp. 797-812, 2006. 
  78. Faulkner KA, Redfern MS, Rosano C, Landsittel DP, Studenski SA, Cauley JA, Zmuda JM; Reciprocal influence of concurrent walking and cognitive testing on performance in older adults; Gait & Posture, vol. 24(2), pp. 182-189, 2006. 
  79. Faulkner KA, Cauley JA, Zmuda JM, Landsittel DP, Newman AB, Studenski SA, Redfern MS; Higher 1,25-dihydroxyvitamin D3 concentrations associated with lower fall rates in older community-dwelling women; Osteoporosis International, vol. 17(9), pp. 1318-1328, 2006. 
  80. Furman JM, Redfern MS, Jacob RG; Vestibulo-ocular function in anxiety disorders; Journal of Vestibular Research, vol. 16(4), pp. 209-215, 2006. 
  81. Moyer BE, Chambers AJ, Redfern MS, Cham R; Gait parameters as predictors of slip severity in younger and older adults; Ergonomics, vol. 49(4), pp. 329-343, 2006. 
  82. Musolino MC, Loughlin PJ, Sparto PJ, Redfern MS; Spectrally similar periodic and non-periodic optic flows evoke different postural sway responses; Gait & Posture, vol. 23(2), pp. 180-188, 2006. 
  83. Sparto PJ, Furman JM, Redfern MS; Head sway response to optic flow: effect of age is more important than the presence of unilateral vestibular hypofunction; Journal of Vestibular Research, vol. 16(3), pp. 137-145, 2006. 
  84. Sparto PJ, Redfern MS, Jasko JG, Casselbrant ML, Mendel EM, Furman JM; The influence of dynamic visual cues for postural control in children aged 7-12 years; Experimental Brain Research, vol. 168(4), pp. 505-516, 2006. 
  85. Whitney SL, Sparto PJ, Hodges LF, Babu SV, Furman JM, Redfern MS; Responses to a virtual reality grocery store in persons with and without vestibular dysfunction; Cyberpsychology and Behavior, vol. 9(2), pp. 152-156, 2006. 
  86. Baker NA, Cham R, Cidboy EH, Cook JR, Redfern MS; Digit kinematics during typing with standard and ergonomic keyboard configurations; International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics, vol. 37, pp. 345-355, 2007. 
  87. Baker NA, Cham R, Cidboy EH, Cook J, Redfern MS; Kinematics of the fingers and hands during computer keyboard use; Clinical Biomechanics, vol. 22, pp. 34-43, 2007. 
  88. Beschorner KE, Redfern MS, Porter WL, Debski RE; Effects of slip testing parameters on measured coefficient of friction; Applied Ergonomics, vol. 38(6), pp. 773-780, 2007.  
  89. Casselbrant ML, Mandel EM, Sparto PJ, Redfern MS, Furman JM; Contribution of vision to balance in children four to eight years of age; Annals of Otology, Rhinology & Laryngology, vol. 116(9), pp. 653-657, 2007. 
  90. Cham R, Perera S, Studenski SA, Bohnen NI; Striatal dopamine denervation and sensory integration for balance in middle-ages and older adults; Gait & Posture, vol. 26(4), pp. 516-525, 2007.  
  91. Chambers AJ, Cham R; Slip-related muscle activation patterns in the stance leg during walking; Gait & Posture, vol. 25(4), pp. 565-572, 2007. 
  92. Cook JR, Baker NA, Cham R, Hale E, Redfern MS; Measurements of wrist and finger postures: a comparison of goniometric and motion capture techniques; Journal of Applied Biomechanics, vol. 23(1), pp. 70-78, 2007. 
  93. Faulkner KA, Redfern MS, Cauley JA, Landsittel DP, Studenski SA, Rosano C, Simonsick EM; Multitasking: association between poorer performance and a history of recurrent falls; Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, vol. 55(4), pp. 570-576, 2007. 
  94. Holbein-Jenny MA, Redfern MS, Gottesman D, Chaffin DB; Kinematics of heelstrike during walking and carrying: implications for slip resistance testing; Ergonomics, vol. 50(3), pp. 352-363, 2007. 
  95. Mahboobin A, Loughlin PJ, Redfern MS; A model-based approach to attention and sensory integration in postural control of older adults; Neuroscience Letters, vol. 429, pp. 147-151, 2007. 
  96. Muller ML, Redfern MS, Jennings JR; Postural prioritization defines the interaction between a reaction time task and postural perturbations; Experimental Brain Research, vol. 183(4), pp. 447-456, 2007. 
  97. Redfern MS, Furman JM, Jacob RG; Visually induced postural sway in anxiety disorders; Journal of Anxiety Disorders, vol. 21(5), pp. 704-716, 2007. 
  98. Wade C, Redfern MS; Ground reaction forces during human locomotion on railroad ballast; Journal of Applied Biomechanics, vol. 23(4), pp. 322-329, 2007. 
  99. Baker NA, Sussman NB, Redfern MS; Discriminating between individuals with and without musculoskeletal disorders of the upper extremity by means of items related to computer keyboard use; Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation, vol. 18(2), pp. 157-165, 2008. 
  100. Beschorner KE, Cham R; Impact of joint torques on heel acceleration at heel contact, a contributor to slips and falls; Ergonomics, vol. 51(12), pp. 1799-1813, 2008. 
  101. Cham R, Studenski SA, Perera S, Bohnen NI; Striatal dopaminergic denervation and gait in healthy adults; Experimental Brain Research, vol. 185(3), pp. 391-398, 2008. 
  102. Mahboobin A, Loughlin PJ, Redfern MS, Anderson SO, Atkeson CG, Hodgins JK; Adaptation in human balance control: lessons for biomimetic robotic bipeds; Neural Networks, vol. 21(4), pp. 621-627, 2008. 
  103. Mahboobin A, Loughlin PJ, Redfern MS, Anderson SO, Atkeson CG, Hodgins JK; Sensory adaptation in human balance control: lessons for biomimetric robotic bipeds; Neural Networks, vol. 21(4), pp. 621-627, 2008. 
  104. O'Connor KW, Loughlin PJ, Redfern MS, Sparto PJ; Postural adaptations to repeated optic flow stimulation in older adults; Gait & Posture, vol. 28(3), pp. 385-391, 2008. 
  105. Sparto PJ, Aizenstein HJ, VanSwearingen JM, Rosano C, Perera S, Studenski SA, Redfern MS; Delays in auditory-cued step initiation are related to increased volume of white matter hyperintensities in older adults; Experimental Brain Research, vol. 188(4), pp. 633-640, 2008.  
  106. Baker NA, Cook JR, Redfern MS; Rater reliability and concurrent validity of the Keyboard Personal Computer Style instrument (K-PeCS); Applied Ergonomics, vol. 40(1), pp. 136-144, 2009. 
  107. Bohnen NI, Muller MLTM, Kuwabara H, Cham R, Constantine GM, Studenski SA; Age-associated striatal dopaminergic denervation and falls in community-dwelling subjects; Journal of Rehabilitation Research & Development, vol. 46(8), pp. 1045-1052, 2009. 
  108. Jacob RG, Redfern MS, Furman JM; Space and motion discomfort and abnormal balance control in patients with anxiety disorders; Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery & Psychiatry with Practical Neurology, vol. 80(1), pp. 74-78, 2009. 
  109. Mahboobin A, Loughlin PJ, Atkeson C, Redfern MS; A mechanism for sensory re-weighting in postural control; Medical and Biological Engineering and Computing, vol. 47(9), pp. 921-929, 2009. 
  110. Moyer BE, Redfern MS, Cham R; Biomechanics of trailing leg response to slipping -- evidence of interlimb and intralimb coordination; Gait & Posture, vol. 29(4), pp. 565-570, 2009. 
  111. VanSwearingen JM, Perera S, Brach JS, Cham R, Rosano C, Studenski SA; A randomized trial of two forms of therapeutic activity to improve walking: effect on the energy cost of walking; The Journals of Gerontology Series A: Biological Sciences and Medical Sciences, vol. 64(11), pp. 1190-1198, 2009. 
  112. Wyszomierski SA, Chambers AJ, Cham R; Knee strength capabilities and slip severity; Journal of Applied Biomechanics, vol. 25(2), pp. 140-148, 2009. 
  113. Chambers AJ, Sukits AL, McCrory JL, Cham R; The effect of obesity and gender on body segment parameters in older adults; Clinical Biomechanics, vol. 25(2), pp. 131-136, 2010. 
  114. Mahboobin A, Cham R, Piazza SJ; The impact of a systematic reduction in shoe-floor friction on heel contact walking kinematics - A gait simulation approach; Journal of Biomechanics, vol. 43(8), pp. 1532-1539, 2010. 
  115. McCrory JL, Chambers AJ, Daftary A, Redfern MS; Dynamic postural stability in pregnant fallers and non-fallers; BJOG, vol. 117(8), pp. 954-962, 2010. 
  116. McCrory JL, Chambers AJ, Daftary A, Redfern MS; Dynamic postural stability during advancing pregnancy; Journal of Biomechanics, vol. 43(12), pp. 2434-2439, 2010. 
  117. Smoliga JM, Myers JN, Redfern MS, Lephart SM; Reliability and precision of EMG in leg, torso, and arm muscles during running; Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology, vol. 20, pp. e1-e9, 2010. 
  118. Wade C, Redfern MS, Andres RO, Breloff SP; Joint kinetics and muscle activity while walking on ballast; Human Factors, vol. 52(5), pp. 560-573, 2010. 
  119. Brach JS, McGurl D, Wert D, VanSwearingen JM, Perera S, Cham R, Studenski SA; Validation of a measure of smoothness of walking; The Journals of Gerontology Series A: Biological Sciences and Medical Sciences, vol. 66(1), pp. 136-141, 2011. 
  120. Cham R, Perera S, Studenski SA, Bohnen NI; Age-related striatal dopaminergic denervation and severity of a slip perturbation; The Journals of Gerontology Series A: Biological Sciences and Medical Sciences, vol. 66(9), pp. 980-985, 2011. 
  121. Chambers AJ, Sukits AL, McCrory JL, Cham R: “Use of DXA to estimate body segment parameters in older adults; comparison with De-Leva estimates,” Journal of Applied Biomechanics, 27(3):197-206, 2011.  
  122. Jennings JR, Mendelson DN, Redfern MS, Nebes RD:  “Detecting age differences in inhibition processes with a test of perceptual and motor inhibition,” Exp Aging Research  37(2):179-197, 2011.Pollard JP, Porter WL, Redfern MS:  “Forces and moments on the knee during kneeling and squatting,” J Applied Biomechanics.  27(3):233-241, 2011. 
  123. Marchetti GF, Whitney SL, Redfern MS, Furman JM:  “Factors associated with balance confidence in older adults with health conditions affecting the balance and vestibular system,”  Arch Phys Med Rehabil 92(11):1884-1891, 2011. 

  124. McCrory JL, Chambers AJ, Daftary A, Redfern MS:  “Ground reaction forces during gait in pregnant fallers and non-fallers,”  Gait & Posture 34:524-528, 2011.  

  125. Pollard JP, Porter WL, Redfern MS; Forces and moments on the knee during kneeling and squatting; Journal of Applied Biomechanics, vol. 27(3), pp. 233-241, 2011.  
  126. Whitney SL, Roche JL, Marchetti GF, Lin CC, Steed DP, Furman GR, Redfern MS; A comparison of accelerometry and center of pressure measures during dynamic posturography: a measure of balance; Gait & Posture, vol. 33(4), pp. 594-599, 2011. 
  127. Furman JM, Redfern MS, Jennings JR:  “Visual-vestibular stimulation influences spatial and non-spatial cognitive processing,” J Vestib Res 22(5):253-259, 2012 
  128. Kong PW, Suyama J, Cham R, Hostler D: “The relationship between physical activity and thermal protective clothing on functional balance in firefighters,”Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 83(4):546-552, 2012. 
  129. C.T. Moore, K.E. Beschorner, P. Menezes, M.R. Lovell, 2012, Analysis of Shoe Friction during Sliding Against Floor Material: Role of Fluid Contaminant,Journal of Tribology 134 (4), p. 041104. 
  130. C.M. Strobel, P. Menezes, M.R. Lovell, K.E. Beschorner, 2012, Analysis of the Contribution of Adhesion and Hysteresis to Shoe-Floor Lubricated Friction in the Boundary Lubrication Regime, Tribology Letters 47 (3), 341-7. 
  131. Bellanca JL, Lowry KA, Vanswearingen JM, Brach JS, Redfern MS:  “Harmonic Ratios: A quantification of step to step symmetry,” Journal of Biomechanics 46(4):828-831, 2013. 
  132. K. E. Beschorner, D.L. Albert, A.J. Chambers, M.S. Redfern, 2013, Fluid Pressures at the Shoe-Floor-Contaminant Interface During Slips: Effects of Tread & Implications on Slip Severity, Journal of Biomechanics. 
  133. K.E. Beschorner, A. Milanowski, D. Tomashek, R. Smith, 2013, Effects of Multifocal Lens Glasses on Stepping Patterns of Novice Wearers, Gait &Posture.  
  134. Beschorner K, Redfern MS, Cham R:  “Earliest gait deviations during slips: Implications for recovery,” IIE Transactions on Occupational Ergonomics and Human Factors 1(1):31-37, 2013. 
  135. Chambers AJ, Perera S, Cham R: “Changes in walking characteristics of young and older adults when anticipating slippery floors,” IIE Transactions on Occupational Ergonomics and Human Factors, in press, 2013. 
  136. Chambers AJ, PariseE,McCroryJL,ChamR: “A comparison of prediction equations for the estimation of body fat percentage in non-obese and obese older Caucasian adults in the United States,” The Journal of Nutrition, Health and Aging, in press, 2013. 
  137. McCrory JL, Chambers AJ, Daftary A, Redfern MS:  “Ground reaction forces during stair locomotion in pregnancy,” Gait & Posture 38(4), 684-690, 2013.  
  138. Rine RM, Schubert M, Whitney S, Roberts D, Redfern M, Musolino M, Roche J, Steed D, Corbin B, Lin C-C, Marchetti G, Beaumont J, Carey J, Shepard N, Jacobson G, Wrisley D, Hoffman H, Furman G, Slotkin J:  “Vestibular function assessment using the NIH toolbox,” Neurology 11 Suppl 3:S25-31, 2013. 
  139. Sejdic E, Lowry KA, Bellanca J, Redfern MS, Brach JS:  “A comprehensive assessment of gait accelerometry signals in time, frequency and time-frequency domains,”  IEEE Trans Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Eng  
  140. Sparto PJ, Jennings JR,  Redfern MS, Nebes R, Furman JM:  “Postural adjustment errors reveal deficits in inhibition during lateral step initiation in older adults,” J Neurophysiology 109(2):415-428, 2013. 
  141. Sukits AL, Nebes RD, Chambers AJ, Ledgerwood A, Halligan EM, Perera S, Cham R: “Intra-individual variability in gait and in cognitive performance are not related in the elderly,” Aging, Neuropsychology, and Cognition: A Journal on Normal and Dysfunctional Development, in press, 2013. 
  142. Wade, L, Garner, JC, Redfern, MS, Andres, RO: “Walking on ballast impacts balance,” Ergonomics [EPub ahead of Print], December 2013. 
  143. Whitney SL, Sparto PJ, Cook JR, Redfern MS, Furman JM:  “Symptoms elicited in persons with vestibular dysfunction while performing gaze movements in optic flow environments,” Journal Vestib Res 23:51-60, 2013. 
  144. Chambers AJ, Parise E, McCrory JL, and Cham R. (2014). A comparison of prediction equations for the estimation of body fat in non-obese and obese elderly adults in the United States. The Journal of Nutrition, Health & Aging, Epub, DOI: 10.1007/s12603-014-0017-3. 
  145. McCrory JL, Chambers AJ, Daftary A, Redfern MS. (2014). Ground reaction forces during stair locomotion in pregnant fallers and non-fallers. Clinical Biomechanics, 29:  143-8. PMID: 24359627. 

  146. Singh, G., Beschorner, K.E., 2014, A Method for Measuring Hydrodynamic Lubrication in the Shoe-Floor-Fluid Interface: Application to Shoe Tread Evaluation, Institute of Industrial Engineers: Occupational Ergonomics and Human Factors, in press. 

  147. Smith LJ, Trout JM, Sridharan SS, Guyer JR, Owens GE, Chambers AJ, Rosen CA (2014). Comparison of Microsuspension Laryngoscopy Positions: A Randomized, Prospective Study.The Laryngoscope. Accepted.
  148. Sparto PJ, Jennings JR, Furman, JM, Redfern MS:  “Lateral step initiation behavior in older adults,” Gait Post  39(2):799-803, 2014. 
  149. Chambers AJ, Cham R. (2014). Shoe-floor frictional requirements during gait after experiencing an unexpected slip. IIE Transactions on Occupational Ergonomics and Human Factors, Accepted. 

  150. Pliner, E.M., Campbell-Kyureghyan, N., Beschorner, K.E., Effects of foot placement, hand positioning, age and climbing biodynamics on ladder slip outcomes, Ergonomics, in press. 

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Book Chapters

 

 

  1. Chaffin DB, Redfern MS; Slip resistance measurements in industry; Trends in Ergonomics/Human Factors IV, Ed. S Asfour, North Holland, Amsterdam, pp. 453-456, 1987.
  2. Redfern MS, Chaffin DB; The effects of floor types on standing tolerance in industry; Trends in Ergonomics/Human Factors IV, Ed. S Asfour, North Holland, Amsterdam, pp. 453-456, 1987.
  3. Redfern MS; Elimination of EKG contamination from torso electromyographic signals; Trends in Ergonomics/Human Factors IV, pp. 725-729, 1987.
  4. Redfern MS; EMG-torque modeling including contraction at the ankle; Advances in Industrial Ergonomics and Safety, Ed. A Mital, Taylor and Francis, 1989.
  5. Holbein MA, Redfern MS; Postural stability while holding loads using various strategies; Advances in Industrial Ergonomics and Safety IV, Ed. S Kumar, Taylor and Francis, 1992.
  6. Redfern MS, Bidanda B; Effects of shoe angle, velocity, and vertical force on shoe/floor slip resistance; Advances in Industrial Ergonomics and Safety IV, Ed. S Kumar, Taylor and Francis, 1992.
  7. Redfern MS; Functional muscle: effects on electromyographical output; Selected Topics for use in the Occupational Setting: Expert Perspectives, vol. 91, DEHHS (NIOSH), 1992. 
  8. Redfern MS, Nicholas SC; Kinematic response to galvanic stimulation in man. Proceedings of the 12th international symposium on posture and gait; Vestibular and Neural Front, Ed. Taguchi K, Igarashi M, Mori S, Elsevier Science BV, NY, 1994.
  9. Redfern MS, Rhoades TP; Fall prevention in industry using slip resistance testing; Occupational Ergonomics, Ed. Bhattacharya A, McGlothlin J, Dekker Marcel, NY, 1996.
  10. Redfern MS, Bloswick D; Slips, trips and falls; Musculoskeletal Disorders in the Workplace, Ed. Nordin M, Anderson G, Pope M, Mosby-Year, Inc., pp. 152-166, 1997. 
  11. Carnahan BJ, Redfern MS; Case studies: prevention of work-related musculoskeletal disorders in manufacturing and service environments; Maynard's Industrial Engineering Handbook (5th Edition), Ed. Zandin K, McGraw-Hill, pp. 6.229-6.247, 2001.
  12. Carnahan BJ, Redfern MS; Ergonomic information resources; Maynards Industrial Engineering Handbook (5th Edition), Ed. Zandin K, McGraw-Hill, pp. 6.3-8, 2001.
  13. Chang WR, Courtney TK, Gronqvist R, Redfern MS; Measuring slipperiness -- discussions on the state of the art and future research; Measuring Slipperiness -- Human Locomotion and Surface Factors, Ed. Chang WR, Courtney TK, Taylor and Francis, NY, pp. 165-171, 2003.
  14. Redfern MS, Cham R, Gielo-Perczak K, Gronqvist R, Hirvonen M, Lanshammar H, Marpet M; Biomechanics of slips; Measuring Slipperiness - Human Locomotion and Surface Factors, Ed. Chang WR, Courtney TK, Taylor and Francis, NY, pp. 37-65, 2003.
  15. Cham R, Redfern MS; Leg and foot: section 8.2 flooring and standing comfort; Working Postures and Movements - Tools for Evaluation and Engineering, Ed. Delleman N, Haslegrave C, Chaffin D, CRC Press LLC, pp. 211-223, 2004.
  16. Redfern MS, Cham R, Moyer BE; Leg and foot: section 8.3 slips and falls; Working Postures and Movements - Tools for Evaluation and Engineering, Ed. Delleman N, Haslegrave C, Chaffin D, CRC Press LLC, pp. 224-238, 2004.
  17. Koontz AM, McCrory JL, Cham R, Yang Y, Wilkinson M; Rehabilitation biomechanics; Wiley Encyclopedia of Biomedical Engineering, Ed. Akay M, John Wiley and Sons Inc, Hoboken, NJ, 2006. 

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Conference Proceedings

 

                           

  1. El-Jaroudi A, Redfern MS, Chaparro LF, Furman JM; The application of time-frequency methods to the analysis of postural sway; Proceedings of the IEEE, vol. 84(9), pp. 1312-1318, 1996. 
  2. Carnahan BJ, Redfern MS; Building a low back injury risk classifier using evolutionary computation; Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, vol. 42(12), pp. 881-885, 1998. 
  3. Casselbrant ML, Redfern MS, Furman JM, Fall PA, Mandel EM; Visual-induced postural sway in children with and without otitis media; The Annals of Otology, Rhinology, & Laryngology(107), pp. 401-405, 1998. 
  4. Cham R, Redfern MS; The influence of flooring on subjective standing comfort and fatigue; Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, vol. 43(12), pp. 737-741, 1999. 
  5. Cham R, Redfern MS; Influence of flooring on objective standing comfort and fatigue; Proceedings of the American Society of Biomechanics, pp. 248-249, 1999. 
  6. Cham R, Redfern MS; Influence of flooring on objective standing fatigue measures; Proceedings of the American Society of Biomechanics, pp. 248-249, 1999.
  7. Cham R, Redfern MS; Slip potentials during load carrying, 2000. 
  8. Cham R, Redfern MS; Adjustments in gait biomechanics on potentially slippery floors; National Occupational Injury Research Symposium Proceedings, vol. 4, pp. 514-517, 2000.
  9. Cham R, Musolino M, Redfern MS; Heel contact dynamics during slip events; Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, vol. 44(28), pp. 514-517, 2000. 
  10. Furman JM, Redfern MS, Whitney S; Otolith-ocular function in older adults; Association for Research in Otolaryngology, 2000. 
  11. Latt LD, Redfern MS; The role of initial conditions in the postural sway response to galvanic vestibular stimulation, 2000. 
  12. Cham R, Redfern MS; Load carrying and corrective responses to slip events; Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, vol. 45(14), pp. 962-966, 2001. 
  13. Redfern MS, Jennings JR, Muller MLTM, Furman JM; Attentional effects during postural perturbations in young and older adults; Association for Research in Otolaryngology, 2001. 
  14. Whitney SL, Wrisley DM, Redfern MS, Furman JM; Functional reach in older adults with and without vestibular dysfunction; Control of Posture and Gait: Symposium of the International Society for Posture and Gait Research, 2001.
  15. Wrisley DM, Sparto PJ, Redfern MS, Whitney SL, Furman JM; The influence of head position on postural sway during galvanic vestibular stimulation; Association for Research in Otolaryngology, 2001. 
  16. Yoo S-Y, Loughlin PJ, Furman JM, Redfern MS; Adaptation and habituation in visually-induced postural sway; Association for Research in Otolaryngology, 2001. 
  17. Cham R, Moyer BE, Redfern MS; Effect of having a-priori knowledge of the floor's contaminant condition on the biomechanics of slips; Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, 2002. 
  18. Cham R, Moyer BE, Redfern MS; Whole body biomechanics of responses to slips; Proceedings of the American Society of Biomechanics in conjunction with IVth World Congress of Biomechanics, 2002.
  19. Cham R, Moyer B; Introducing ADAMS, a mechanical system simulation software, to bioengineering students; Proceedings of the 2002 American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference & Exposition, 2002. 
  20. Moyer BE, Cham R, Redfern MS; Slip anticipation effects on ground reaction forces; Proceedings of the American Society of Biomechanics in conjunction with IVth World Congress of Biomechanics, 2002.
  21. Redfern MS, Talkowski M, Jennings R, Furman JM; Attention influences balance in patients with vestibular disorders; Association for Research in Otolaryngology, pp. 2002. 
  22. Redfern MS, Cham R; Utilizing biomechanics to prevent slips and falls; Proceedings of the American Society of Biomechanics in conjunction with IVth World Congress of Biomechanics, 2002.
  23. Bieryla K, Chambers AJ, Cham R; Slip anticipation effects on hip/knee kinematics part 1: gait on dry floors; Department of Bioengineering Refereed Conference Proceedings, 2003.
  24. Cham R, Moyer BE, Redfern MS; Anticipation of slippery floors and biomechanics of slips; Proceedings of the International Society for Postural and Gait Research, pp. 59, 2003.
  25. Chambers AJ, Bieryla K, Cham R; Slip anticipation effects on hip/knee kinematics part 2: gait on glycerol contaminated floors; Department of Bioengineering Refereed Conference Proceedings, 2003.
  26. Furman JM, Muller MM, Redfern MS, Jennings JR; Vestibular-induced eye movements while performing an information processing task in young and older humans, 2003. 
  27. Margerum S, Moyer B, Bieryla K, Cham R; Kinematics of the slipping foot; Department of Bioengineering Refereed Conference Proceedings, 2003.
  28. Whitney SL, Wrisley DM, Marchetti GM, Redfern MS; Validation of the five times sit to stand in persons with vestibular disorders, 2003. 
  29. Sparto PJ, Furman JM, Whitney SL, Hodges LF, Redfern MS; Vestibular rehabilitation using a wide field of view virtual environment; Proceedings of the 26th Annual International Conference of the IEEE EMBS, pp. 4836-4839, 2004. 
  30. Balaban CD, Prinkey J, Frank GM, Redfern MS; Postural measurements: seated subjects as gauges of cognitive engagement; Proceedings of the HCI 2005 International Meeting, 2005.
  31. Cham R, Lenze EJ, Studenski SA, Perera S, VanSwearingen J; Fear of falling: Psychological and gait constructs; Proceedings of the Gerontological Society of America, 2005.
  32. Chambers AJ, Cham R; Anticipation of slippery floors: muscle onsets and co-contraction of the stance leg, 2005. 
  33. Margerum S, Cham R; Center of mass kinematics at slip onset and slip severity; Proceedings of the International Society of Posture and Gait Research, 2005.
  34. Moyer BE, Chambers AJ, Redfern MS, Cham R; Initial condition variables and age group as determinates of slip severity, 2005. 
  35. Muller MLTM, Jennings JR, Redfern MS, Furman JM; Postural preparation defines the interaction between standing balance and cognitive processes; Psychophysiology, vol. 42, pp. S93, 2005. 
  36. Musolino M, Loughlin P, Sparto P, Redfern MS; Postural sway adaptation during initial exposure to periodic and non-periodic optic flow; ISB 20th Congress, pp. 837, 2005. 
  37. Baker NA, Redfern MS; Measuring computer style: the frequency and distribution of computer keyboard behaviors; Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting, vol. 50(13), pp. 1351-1354, 2006. 
  38. Beschorner KE, Cham R; Center of mass acceleration and slip outcome; Proceedings of the American Society of Biomechanics, 2006. 
  39. Mahboobin A, Loughlin PJ, Redfern MS; Modeling attention and sensory integration in postural control of older adults; Proceedings of the American Society of Biomechanics, 2006. 
  40. McNeal A, Chambers AJ, Cham R, Bohnen NI; Aging-related denervation in the basal ganglia and balance in sway-referenced visual environments, 2006. 
  41. O'Connor KW, Loughlin PJ, Redfern MS, Sparto PJ; Influence of change in surface support on standing postural sway in older adults; Proceedings of the American Society of Biomechanics, 2006. 
  42. O'Connor KW, Loughlin PJ, Redfern MS, Sparto PJ; Postural control in healthy older adults: age-dependent habituation to changes in visual input; Journal of Neurological Physical Therapy, vol. 30(4), pp. 199-200, 2006. 
  43. Redfern MS; Whole body locomotive biomechanics in slips, trips, and falls, 2006. 
  44. Wyszomierski SA, Chambers AJ, Cham R; Knee strength and slip severity in young and older adults, 2006. 
  45. Baker NA, Redfern MS; Measuring computer keyboard style; the 2007 8th Annual Marconi Conference, 2007.
  46. Beschorner KE, Cham R; Heel acceleration at heel strike and slip outcome; Proceedings of the International Society of Posture and Gait Research, 2007.
  47. Cham R, Moyer BE, Redfern MS; Trailing leg postural strategies during slipping; Proceedings of the International Society of Posture and Gait Research, 2007. 
  48. Cham R; Swing phase interruption in a slip: active or passive response?; Proceedings of the American Society of Biomechanics, 2007. 
  49. Cham R, Perera S, Studenski SA, Bohnen NI; Striatal dopaminergic denervation and control of temporal gait variability in healthy adults; Proceedings of the International Society of Posture and Gait Research, 2007. 
  50. Cham R, Sandrian PN; Arm movements and slip severity; Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, 2007.
  51. Cham R, Beschorner K, Redfern MS; Whole body postural responses to slips; International Conference on Slips, Trips and Falls 2007: From Research to Practice, 2007.
  52. Chambers AJ, Cham R; The impact of anticipating slippery floors on spatial and temporal variability during gait; Proceedings of the International Society of Posture and Gait Research (ISPGR), 2007.
  53. Coley B, Lenze EJ, Perera S, VanSwearingen J, Studenski S, Cham R; Fear of falling, its psychological components and slip-warning induced gait adaptations in older adults with mild mobility impairments; Proceedings of the ISPGR, pp. 147, 2007. 
  54. Sparto PJ, Aizenstein HJ, VanSwearingen JM, Rosano C, Furman JM, Redfern MS, Studenski SA; Delays in voluntary step initiation are related to increased volume of white matter hyperintensities in older adults; Proceedings of the ISPGR, pp. 26, 2007. 
  55. Baker NA, Redfern MS; The association between computer keyboard style and typing speed; Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 51st Annual Meeting, 2008.
  56. Beschomer K, Redfern MS; Modeling the friction in pin-on-disk studies of shoe-floor contaminants; The Ergonomics Society Annual Conference, 2008.
  57. Beschorner KE, Redfern MS, Sandrian PN, Cham R; Do vestibular inputs trigger upper body responses during a slip?, 2008. 
  58. Beschorner KE, Lovell MR, Higgs III CF, Redfern MS; A mixed-lubrication model for shoe-floor friction applied to pin-on-disk apparatus; ASME/STLE Internation Joint Tribology Conference, 2008. 
  59. Cham R, Studenski SA, Perera S, Bohnen NI; Aging-related striatal dopinergic denervation, balance, and gait in healthy adults; Proceedings of the 2nd International Congress on Gait and Mental Function, 2008.
  60. Chambers AJ, McCrory JL, Sukits AL, Cham R; Anthropometric parameters in the elderly: a DXA-based study, 2008. 
  61. Roche JL, Steed DP, Redfern MS; Evaluation of footswitches to detect heel contact, 2008. 
  62. Moyer BE, Redfern MS, Cham R; Bilateral lower extremity response to unexpected slips and falls; NOIRS, 2008. 
  63. Steed DP, Roche JL, Redfern MS; Determining biomechanical properties of falls using an adult anthropometric dummy, 2008. 
  64. Beschorner KE, McGowan R, Redfern MS, Sparto PJ, Cham R; Effect of visual perturbations and dual task on treadmill walking of older and younger adults, 2009. 
  65. Beschorner KE, Lovell M, Higgs III CF, Redfern MS; Modeling mixed-lubrication of a shoe-floor interface applied to a pin-on-disk apparatus; Tribology Transactions, vol. 52(4), pp. 560-568, 2009. 
  66. Cham R, Studenski SA, Redfern MS, Bohnen NI; Age-related striatal dopaminergic denervation and severity of a slip perturbation, 2009. 
  67. Chambers AJ, Sukits AL, McCrory JL, Cham R; The effects of gender and obesity on trunk inertial parameters in old and elderly adults, 2009. 
  68. Coley B, Cham R; Adaptations to repeated slips during forward and backward walking, 2009. 
  69. Coley B, Cham R; Center of mass position during repeated exposure to forward and backward slipping, 2009. 
  70. Gil A, Sparto PJ, Chambers A, Cham R, Fitzgerald K; Relationship between physical function and stiffened pattern of movement during gait in patients with knee osteoarthritis, 2009. 
  71. Lin CC, Steed DP, Marchetti GF, Musolino MC, Redfern MS, Whitney SL; The use of an accelerometer to determine vestibulospinal function: The NIH toolbox project, 2009. 
  72. Mahboobin A, Cham R, Piazza SJ; Influence of foot-floor coefficient on the passive response to slip during walking, 2009. 
  73. Roche JL, Steed DP, Redfern MS; Temporal effects of galvanic vestibular stimulation on gait as measured by accelerometers, 2009. 
  74. Shiratori T, Coley B, Cham R, Hodgins JK; Modeling and simulation of balance recovery responses to tripping; Proceedings of the Annual Meeting for the American Society of Biomechanics, 2009. 
  75. Shiratori T, Coley B, Cham R, Hodgins JK; Simulating balance recovery responses to trips based on biomechanical principles; Proceedings of the Eurographics/ACM SIGGRAPH Symposium on Computer Animation, 2009. 
  76. Sukits AL, Montgomery JD, Kong PW, Hostler D, Suyama J, Cham R, Chambers AJ; Fatigue effects on slip risk while wearing fire-protective equipment, 2009. 
  77. Timcho EA, Chambers AJ, Cham R; Recovery gait following an unexpected slip, 2009. 
  78. Beschorner KE, Redfern MS, Cham R; Role of proprioception and foot somatosensation in detecting slipping accidents, 2010. 
  79.  Mahboobin A, Cham R, Piazza SJ; Use of walking simulations to assess the frictional requirements of slip resistant gait, 2010. 
  80. Coley B, Cham R; Proactive postural adjustments during multiple exposures to trips, 2010. 
  81. Sukits AL, Chambers AJ, Cham R, Nebes RD; The effect of a subject-specific dual-task on standing balance, 2010. 
  82. Chambers AJ, Cham R, Mahboobin A. (2011). Insights into the role of proactive strategies in postural responses to slips using gait simulations. Proceedings of the 2011 American Society of Biomechanics. Long Beach, CA, August 10-13. *Simulia Computational Biomechanics Award Nominee. 
  83. Chambers AJ, Cham R, Mahboobin A. (2011). Insights into the role of proactive strategies in postural responses to slips using gait simulations. 2011 The Aging Institute of UPMC: Celebrating Research on Aging: Building Collaborations for the Future. Pittsburgh, PA, April 19. 
  84. P. Loughlin, A. Mahboobin, J. Furman (2011). Designing vibrotactile balance feedback for desired body sway reductions. 33rd Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, Boston, Massachusetts, August 30−September 3 (Podium presentation) 
  85.  A. Mahboobin, M. Cenciarini, M. Redfern, and P. Loughlin (2011). Model-based investigation of ankle stiffness control versus active feedback control during quiet standing. Proceedings of the ASME 2011 Summer Bioengineering Conference, Farmington, Pennsylvania, June 2225 (Poster presentation) 
  86.  A. Mahboobin, R. Cham, S. J. Piazza (2011). Improved simulation of heel contact during normal walking. Proceedings of the ASME 2011 Summer Bioengineering Conference, Farmington, Pennsylvania, June 2225 (Podium presentation) 
  87. A. Mahboobin, M. Redfern, P. Loughlin (2011). A model-based approach to attention and sensory integration in postural control of older adults. 5th Annual Research Day, The Aging Institute of University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC) (Poster presentation)  
  88.  McCrory JL, Chambers AJ, Daftary A, and Redfern MS. (2011). The effect of pregnancy on ground reaction forces during stair locomotion. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 43:  S110. 
  89.  McCrory JL, Chambers AJ, Daftary A, and Redfern MS.  The effect of pregnancy on ground reaction forces during stair locomotion.  Proceedings of the 2011 meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine.  Denver, CO, May 31-June 4, 2011. 
  90.  McCrory JL, Chambers AJ, Daftary A, and Redfern MS. (2011). Ground reaction forces during stair ascent in pregnant fallers and non-fallers. Proceedings of the 2011 American Society of Biomechanics. Long Beach, CA, August 10-13. 
  91.  Parise E, Moore S, Beluk N, Chambers AJ, Huppert T, Redfern MS. (2011). Development of Near Infrared Spectroscopy for use in evaluating long term standing and walking fatigue. University of Pittsburgh Science 2011. Pittsburgh, PA, October 6-7. 
  92. Roche JL, Redfern MS:  Postural responses to translational and rotational perturbations in young and older adults.   Proceedings of the 2011 Meeting of the American Society of Biomechanics.  Long Beach, CA, August 10-13, 2011. 
  93. Schnellinger E, Roche J, Redfern MS:  Electromyographic responses to rotational and translational perturbations  Biomedical Engineering Society Annual Meeting, Hartford, CT; October 2011. 
  94.  Sukits AL, Chambers AJ, Perera S, Cham R. (2011). Developing Population-Specific Predictive Regression Equations For Body Segment Parameters. Proceedings of the ASME 2011 Summer Bioengineering Conference. Farmington, PA, June 22-25. *Top 10 Finalist for Best Master’s Level Solid Mechanics, Design and Rehabilitation Abstract 
  95.  Wade C, Garner JC, Redfern MS, Andres BO, Roche J:  Impact of extended durations to ballast and postural stability.   Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Meeting, Las Vegas, NV; September 2011. 
  96.  Chambers AJ, Cham R.  (2012). Changes in Spatiotemporal Gait Characteristics When Anticipating Slippery Floors in Young and Older Adults.  Proceedings of the 2012 Annual Meeting of the American Society of Biomechanics.  Gainesville, FL, August 15-18. 
  97.  Chambers AJ, Redfern MR. (2012). Application of Near-infrared Spectroscopy in Human Factors and Ergonomics. Proceedings of the 2012 Human Factors and Ergonomics Society. Boston, MA, October 22-26. 
  98. Khanwilkar P, Malandro, M, Redfern M, Badylak S, Hirschman A, Borovetz H:  Translational research Initiatives within a University Setting.  Proceedings of the AIChE 2012 Annual Meeting, Pittsburgh, PA; October 28-November 2, 2012. 
  99. Lin C-C, Whitney SL, Roche JL, Steed DP, Marchetti GF, Furman GR, Musolino MC, Redfern MS:  A comparison of the balance accelerometry measure (BAM) and the balance error scoring system (BESS) in persons with and without concussion.  American Physical Therapy Association-Combined Sections Meeting (APTA-CSM) 2012 Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL: February 8-11, 2012. 
  100.  Lopez J, Haney J, Chambers AJ. (2012). The Effect of Vision Loss on the Time to Complete Upper Extremity Peg Tasks.  Proceedings of the 2012 Biomedical Engineering Society.  Atlanta, GA, October 24-27. 
  101.  P. Loughlin, A. Mahboobin, J. Furman, P. Sparto (2012). Patient-customized vibrotactile feedback for postural control. Joint World Congress of International Society for Posture & Gait and Gait & Mental Function, Trondheim, Norway, June 2428 (Podium presentation) 
  102.  McCrory JL, Chambers AJ, Daftary A, Redfern MS. (2012). The effect of pregnancy on torso kinematics during gait.  (Abstract 2968) Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise.  44(5):  S574. 
  103.  Parise E, Chambers AJ, McCrory JL, Cham R.  (2012). The Impact of Obesity of Predicting Body Fat Percentage in Older Adults.  2012 The Aging Institute of UPMC: Celebrating Research on Aging: Building Collaborations for the Future. Pittsburgh, PA, April 24. 
  104.  Parise E, Chambers AJ, McCrory JL, Cham R.  (2012). The Impact of Obesity of Predicting Body Fat Percentage in Older Men.  Proceedings of the 2012 Annual Meeting of the American Society of Biomechanics.  Gainesville, FL, August 15-18. 
  105.  Parise E, Chambers AJ, McCrory JL, Cham R. (2012). The Impact of Obesity of Predicting Body Fat Percentage in Older Women.  Proceedings of the 2012 Biomedical Engineering Society.  Atlanta, GA,October 24-27. 
  106. McCrory JL, Chambers AJ, Daftary A, Redfern MS.  (2012). Torso kinematics during gait differ between pregnant fallers and non-fallers.  Proceedings of the 2012 Annual Meeting of the American Society of Biomechanics.  Gainesville, FL, August 15-18. 
  107. McCrory JL, Chambers AJ, Daftary A, Redfern MS:  The effect of pregnancy on torso kinematics during gait.  The 2011 Annual Meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine, San Francisco, CA; May 29-June 2, 2012. 
  108. Redfern MS, Roche JL, Jennings DJ:  Attentional dynamics during perturbation recovery in young and older adults.  2012 Joint World Congress of ISPGR and Gait & Mental Function, Trondheim, Norway; June 24-28, 2012. 
  109. Roche JL, Lowry KA, Redfern MS:  Harmonic Ratios: A measure of physiological asymmetry.  2012 Joint World Congress of ISPGR and Gait & Mental Function, Trondheim, Norway; June 24-28, 2012. 
  110. Sparto PJ, Furman JM, Redfern MS, Fuhrman, S, Perera S, Jennings JR, Nebes R:  Lack of inhibitory control induces errors in step initiation in older adults (Oral Presentation).  2012 Joint World Congress of ISPGR and Gait & Mental Function, Trondheim, Norway; June 24-28, 2012.  
  111.  Sukits AL, Ledgerwood AT, Haney JM, Chambers AJ, Cham R, Aizenstein HJ, Nebes RD.  (2012). Effects of Fractional Anisotropy in the Corpus Callosum as Determined by Diffusion Tensor Imaging on Temporal Variability in Older Adults.  Proceedings of the 2012 Annual Meeting of the American Society of Biomechanics.  Gainesville, FL, August 15-18. 
  112.  Sukits AL, Ledgerwood AT, Haney JM, Chambers AJ, Cham R, Aizenstein HJ, Nebes RD. (2012). Effects of Fractional Anisotropy in the Corpus Callosum as Determined by Diffusion Tensor Imaging on Temporal Variability in Older Adults.  2012 The Aging Institute of UPMC: Celebrating Research on Aging: Building Collaborations for the Future. Pittsburgh, PA, April 24. 
  113. R. Van Ham and A. Mahboobin (2012). Kinematics of step initiation in young and older adults. Biomedical Engineering Society Annual Meeting, Atlanta, Georgia, October 24−27 (Poster presentation) 
  114. Wade C, Andres RO, Garner J, Redfern MS:  Walking on ballast impacts balance.  18th World Congress on Ergonomics (sponsored by the International Ergonomics Association)  Recife, Brazil; February 12-16, 2012. 
  115. Albert D, Ledgerwood AT, Chambers AJ, Redfern MS, Beschorner K; Effect of shoe tread depth on foot slipping kinematics; American Society of Biomechanics Annual Meeting, 2013. 
  116. Beschorner KE, Chambers A, Redfern MS:  Effect of shoe tread depth on hydrodynamic pressures in the shoe-floor interface during slipping.  Proceedings of the 2013 American Society for Biomechanics Annual Meeting.  Omaha, NB; September 2013. 
  117. R. Cham, A. Mahboobin, M. S. Redfern, and A. C. Nau (2013). Impact of central and peripheral vision loss on standing balance. Journal of Biomechanics Award Semi-finalist. American Society of Biomechanics, Omaha, Nebraska, September 47 (Podium presentation) 
  118.  Gorman S, Quinn L, Sklar S, Smith H, Chambers AJ, Hirschman A, Johnson J. (2013). Diagnostic Tool for Dysphagia. Proceedings of the 2013 Rice University Beyond Traditional Borders Design Competition. Houston, TX, April 4-6, 2013. 
  119.  Guyer JR, Owens GE, Trout JM, Smith LJ, Rosen CA, Chambers AJ; Ergonomic analysis of microlaryngoscopy using surface electromyography; Science 2013 – Convergence, 2013. 
  120.  Haney J, Redfern MS, Huppert Theodore, Chambers AJ; Effects of prolonged standing on oxygen saturation in the soleus and erector spinae muscles of the lower back using near infrared spectroscopy; American Society of Biomechanics Annual Meeting, 2013. *Semifinalist for the Journal of Biomechanics Award. 
  121.  Kolling A, Montgomery J, McCrory JL, Cham R, Chambers AJ; Impact of obesity on anthropometric predictors of body fat in older adults; American Society of Biomechanics Annual Meeting, 2013. 
  122.  Lin C-C, Whitney SL, Sparto PJ, Furman JF, Loughlin PJ, Redfern MS, Marchetti GF, Sienko:  The effect of vibrotactile feedback on reaction times during dual-task balance performance in different age groups.  American Physical Therapy Association-Combined Sections Meeting (APTA-CSM) 2013 Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA, February 2013. 
  123.  Luther A, Chambers A, Cham R; Kinematic analysis of foot clearance during stair ambulation in older adult unilateral transfemoral amputees; American Society of Biomechanics Annual Meeting, 2013. 
  124.  Luther A, Chambers AJ, Cham R. (2013). Kinematic Analysis of Foot Clearance During Stair Ambulation in Older Adult Unilateral Transfemoral Amputees. 7th Annual Research Day on Aging, Pittsburgh, PA, April 2013. 
  125.  A. Mahboobin (2013). An automated iterative method for adjusting virtual model markers in an OpenSim model. American Society of Biomechanics, Omaha, Nebraska, September 47 (Poster presentation)  

  126.  McCrory JL, Chambers AJ, Daftary A, Redfern MS.  Within-subject variability of step width and trunk kinematics during gait in pregnant fallers and non-fallers.  Proceedings of the 2013 Annual Meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine.  Indianapolis, IN  May 28-June 1, 2013. 
  127.  Merrill Z, Sandrian P, Cham R, Chambers AJ; Young adults have higher arm elevation than older adults during unexpected slips; American Society of Biomechanics Annual Meeting, 2013. 
  128.  O’Connell C, Cham R, Chambers AJ; Comparison of knee kinematics in older adults with unilateral transfemoral amputations during baseline walking and ramp descent; American Society of Biomechanics Annual Meeting, 2013. 
  129. Owens G, Trout J, Baker N, Chambers A; Effect of vision loss on performance of standard peg tests; Science 2013 – Convergence, 2013.

  130.  Shoko Horibata, Arash Mahboobin, Richard Debski, and Hiromichi Fujie (2013). Kinematics changes due to anterior cruciate ligament deficiency - A gait simulation approach. The Japanese Society of Mechanical Engineers, Kanto, Japan, March 14-15, 2014 (submitted, in Japanese)  

  131.  Siviy C, Luther A, Chambers A, Cham R; Development of a geometric model to determine inertial parameters in amputees; American Society of Biomechanics Annual Meeting, 2013. 

  132.  Siviy CJ, Luther AJ, Chambers AJ, Cham R. (2013). Development of a Geometric Model to Determine Inertial Parameters in Elderly Amputees. 7th Annual Research Day on Aging, Pittsburgh, PA, April 2013. 

  133.  Van Ham R, Mahboobin A; Insights into the role of lower extremity net joint moment contributions to rapid voluntary stepping in the elderly; American Society of Biomechanics Annual Meeting, 2013. 

  134.  R. Van Ham and A. Mahboobin (2013). Kinematics of step initiation in young and older adults. 7th Annual Research Day on Aging, The Aging Institute of University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (Poster presentation) 

  135.  K.E. Beschorner, B. Muncy, D. Tomashek, R.O. Smith, K. Keenan, 2014, Certain Gait Adaptations Lead to Improved Stepping Accuracy While Wearing Multifocal Lens Glasses, World Congress of Biomechanics, Boston, MA.  

  136. Genna GJ, Redfern MS, Durrant JD:  Auditory alerting for postural reaction modification.  Poster presentation at the American Academy of Audiology Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL; March 2014.   

  137. Lin C-C, Sparto PJ, Furman JF, Loughlin PJ, Redfern MS, Sienko KH, Whitney SL:  The effect of vibrotactile feedback on postural sway under dual-task conditions in people with unilateral vestibular hypofunction.  Poster presentation at the American Physical Therapy Association-Combined Sections Meeting (APTA-CSM) 2014 Annual Meeting, Las Vegas, NV; February 2014. 

  138. S.R. Moghaddam, K.E. Beschorner, 2014, Finite Element Model of Shoe-Floor Hysteresis Friction, STLE Tribology Frontiers, Chicago, IL. 

  139. M.S. Redfern, K.E. Beschorner, R. Cham, 2014, Preventing Slips and Falls: Biomechanics and Environment, World Congress of Biomechanics, Boston, MA.  

  140. Smith LJ, Trout JM, Sridharan SS, Guyer JR, Owens GE, Chambers AJ, Rosen CA; Comparison of microsuspension laryngoscopy positions: a randomized, prospective study; American Laryngological Association Annual Meeting, 2014.

  
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