Michael J. Grey
Michael J. Grey
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Muscle-tendon interaction and elastic energy usage in human walking
M Ishikawa, PV Komi, MJ Grey, V Lepola, GP Bruggemann
Journal of applied physiology 99 (2), 603-608, 2005
Group II muscle afferents probably contribute to the medium latency soleus stretch reflex during walking in humans
MJ Grey, M Ladouceur, JB Andersen, JB Nielsen, T Sinkjær
The Journal of physiology 534 (3), 925-933, 2001
Cortical excitability changes following grasping exercise augmented with electrical stimulation
GI Barsi, DB Popovic, IM Tarkka, T Sinkjær, MJ Grey
Experimental brain research 191 (1), 57, 2008
Barefoot vs common footwear: a systematic review of the kinematic, kinetic and muscle activity differences during walking
S Franklin, MJ Grey, N Heneghan, L Bowen, FX Li
Gait & posture 42 (3), 230-239, 2015
Post-activation depression of soleus stretch reflexes in healthy and spastic humans
MJ Grey, K Klinge, C Crone, J Lorentzen, F Biering-Sørensen, ...
Experimental brain research 185 (2), 189-197, 2008
Positive force feedback in human walking
MJ Grey, JB Nielsen, N Mazzaro, T Sinkjær
The Journal of physiology 581 (1), 99-105, 2007
Distinguishing active from passive components of ankle plantar flexor stiffness in stroke, spinal cord injury and multiple sclerosis
J Lorentzen, MJ Grey, C Crone, D Mazevet, F Biering-Sørensen, ...
Clinical neurophysiology 121 (11), 1939-1951, 2010
Ankle extensor proprioceptors contribute to the enhancement of the soleus EMG during the stance phase of human walking
MJ Grey, N Mazzaro, JB Nielsen, T Sinkjær
Canadian journal of physiology and pharmacology 82 (8-9), 610-616, 2004
Contribution of afferent feedback and descending drive to human hopping
AT Zuur, J Lundbye‐Jensen, C Leukel, W Taube, MJ Grey, A Gollhofer, ...
The Journal of physiology 588 (5), 799-807, 2010
Involvement of the corticospinal tract in the control of human gait
D Barthélemy, MJ Grey, JB Nielsen, L Bouyer
Progress in brain research 192, 181-197, 2011
Contribution of afferent feedback to the soleus muscle activity during human locomotion
N Mazzaro, MJ Grey, T Sinkjær
Journal of Neurophysiology 93 (1), 167-177, 2005
Within‐step modulation of leg muscle activity by afferent feedback in human walking
R Klint, JB Nielsen, J Cole, T Sinkjaer, MJ Grey
The Journal of physiology 586 (19), 4643-4648, 2008
Identifying the causal mechanisms of the quiet eye
CC Gonzalez, J Causer, RC Miall, MJ Grey, G Humphreys, AM Williams
European Journal of Sport Science 17 (1), 74-84, 2017
Load rather than length sensitive feedback contributes to soleus muscle activity during human treadmill walking
R Af Klint, N Mazzaro, JB Nielsen, T Sinkjaer, MJ Grey
Journal of neurophysiology 103 (5), 2747-2756, 2010
Anatomy and physiology of knee stability
JF Abulhasan, MJ Grey
Journal of Functional Morphology and kinesiology 2 (4), 34, 2017
TMS brain mapping in less than two minutes
M Van De Ruit, MJL Perenboom, MJ Grey
Brain stimulation 8 (2), 231-239, 2015
Mechanical and neural stretch responses of the human soleus muscle at different walking speeds
NJ Cronin, M Ishikawa, MJ Grey, R Af Klint, PV Komi, J Avela, T Sinkjaer, ...
The Journal of physiology 587 (13), 3375-3382, 2009
Sudden drop in ground support produces force-related unload response in human overground walking
R Af Klint, JB Nielsen, T Sinkjaer, MJ Grey
Journal of neurophysiology 101 (4), 1705-1712, 2009
Decreased contribution from afferent feedback to the soleus muscle during walking in patients with spastic stroke
N Mazzaro, JF Nielsen, MJ Grey, T Sinkjaer
Journal of Stroke and Cerebrovascular Diseases 16 (4), 135-144, 2007
Evidence for a supraspinal contribution to the human quadriceps long-latency stretch reflex
N Mrachacz-Kersting, MJ Grey, T Sinkjær
Experimental brain research 168 (4), 529, 2006
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