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- J. Rebula, S. Schaal, J.M. Finley, and L. Righetti. (2019). A Robustness Analysis of Inverse Optimal Control of Bipedal Walking. IEEE Robotics and Automation Letters.
- Sanchez, N., Simha, S. N., Donelan, J. M., & Finley, J. M. (2019). Taking advantage of external mechanical work to reduce metabolic cost: the mechanics and energetics of split‐belt treadmill walking. The Journal of physiology.
- Nozari, P., & Finley, J. M. (2019, March). Development of a Platform to Evaluate Principles of Bipedal Locomotion Using Dynamical Movement Primitives. In 2019 9th International IEEE/EMBS Conference on Neural Engineering (NER) (pp. 1062-1065). IEEE.
- Sánchez, Natalia, and James M. Finley. (2018). Individual Differences in Locomotor Function Predict the Capacity to Reduce Asymmetry and Modify the Energetic Cost of Walking Poststroke. Neurorehabilitation and neural repair 32.8 (2018): 701-713.
- C. Liu, L. De Macedo, and J. M. Finley. (2018). Conservation of Reactive Stabilization Strategies in the Presence of Step Length Asymmetries during Walking. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 12, 251.
- A. Kim, K. S. Kretch, Z. Zhou, and J.M. Finley. (2018). The quality of visual information about the lower extremities influences visuomotor coordination during virtual obstacle negotiation. Journal of neurophysiology. 2018 120:2, 839-847
- K.L. Havens, T. Mukherjee, and J.M. Finley. (2018). Analysis of Biases in Dynamic Margins of Stability Introduced by the Use of Simplified Center of Mass Estimates during Walking and Turning. Gait and Posture. 59, 162-167.
- N. Sánchez and J.M. Finley (2017). Individual differences in locomotor function predict the capacity to reduce asymmetry and modify the energetic cost of walking post- stroke. bioRxiv.
- J.M. Finley. (2017). Splitting the difference: New insights into distinguishing features of human versus feline models of adaptive locomotor control. Journal of Physiology. 595(17):5723-5724.
- N. Sánchez, S. Park, and J.M. Finley (2017). Evidence of Energetic Optimization during Adaptation Differs for Metabolic, Mechanical, and Perceptual Estimates of Energetic Cost. Scientific Reports. 7(1):7682.
- A. Kim, N. Darakjian, and J.M. Finley (2017). Walking in Fully Immersive Virtual Environments: A Feasibility Test for Older Adults and Individuals with Parkinson's disease. Journal of Neuroengineering and Rehabilitation. 14, 16.
- J.M. Finley and A.J. Bastian. (2017). Associations between Foot Placement Asymmetries and Metabolic Cost of Transport in Hemiparetic Gait. Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair. 31, 168-177.
- A. Kim, Z. Zhou, K. Kretch, J.M. Finley. (2017). Manipulating the fidelity of lower extremity visual feedback to identify obstacle negotiation strategies in immersive virtual reality. Conf Proc IEEE Eng Med Biol Soc 1: 4491-4494.
- S. Park and J.M. Finley. (2017). Characterizing dynamic balance during adaptive locomotor learning. Conf Proc IEEE Eng Med Biol Soc 1: 50-53.
- A. Nagamori, F. Valero-Cuevas, and J.M. Finley (2016). Unilateral eccentric contraction of the plantarflexors leads to bilateral alterations in leg dexterity. Frontiers in Physiology. 7, 582.
- A. Marjaninejad and J.M. Finley. (2016). A model-based exploration of the role of pattern generating circuits during locomotor adaptation. Conf Proc IEEE Eng Med Biol Soc 1: 21-24.
- 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, Y.Y. Dhaher, E.J. Perreault. (2009). Regulation of Feed-forward and Feedback Strategies at the Human Ankle during Balance Control. Conf Proc IEEE Eng Med Biol Soc 1: 7265-7268.
- 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