Neha Lodha
Neha Lodha
Associate professor
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Motor coordination in autism spectrum disorders: a synthesis and meta-analysis
KA Fournier, CJ Hass, SK Naik, N Lodha, JH Cauraugh
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 40, 1227-1240, 2010
Bilateral movement training and stroke motor recovery progress: a structured review and meta-analysis
JH Cauraugh, N Lodha, SK Naik, JJ Summers
Human movement science 29 (5), 853-870, 2010
Balance capabilities after lateral ankle trauma and intervention: a meta-analysis
EA Wikstrom, S Naik, N Lodha, JH Cauraugh
Database of Abstracts of Reviews of Effects (DARE): Quality-assessed Reviews …, 2009
Bilateral balance impairments after lateral ankle trauma: a systematic review and meta-analysis
EA Wikstrom, S Naik, N Lodha, JH Cauraugh
Gait & posture 31 (4), 407-414, 2010
Force control and degree of motor impairments in chronic stroke
N Lodha, SK Naik, SA Coombes, JH Cauraugh
Clinical Neurophysiology 121 (11), 1952-1961, 2010
Upper extremity improvements in chronic stroke: coupled bilateral load training
JH Cauraugh, SA Coombes, N Lodha, SK Naik, JJ Summers
Restorative neurology and neuroscience 27 (1), 17-25, 2009
Force control deficits in chronic stroke: grip formation and release phases
SK Naik, C Patten, N Lodha, SA Coombes, JH Cauraugh
Experimental brain research 211, 1-15, 2011
Bimanual isometric force control: asymmetry and coordination evidence post stroke
N Lodha, SA Coombes, JH Cauraugh
Clinical Neurophysiology 123 (4), 787-795, 2012
Shaping leg muscles in Drosophila: role of ladybird, a conserved regulator of appendicular myogenesis
T Maqbool, C Soler, T Jagla, M Daczewska, N Lodha, S Palliyil, ...
PloS one 1 (1), e122, 2006
Increased force variability in chronic stroke: contributions of force modulation below 1 Hz
N Lodha, G Misra, SA Coombes, EA Christou, JH Cauraugh
PloS one 8 (12), e83468, 2013
Bimanual force control strategies in chronic stroke: finger extension versus power grip
N Lodha, C Patten, SA Coombes, JH Cauraugh
Neuropsychologia 50 (11), 2536-2545, 2012
Low-frequency oscillations and control of the motor output
N Lodha, EA Christou
Frontiers in physiology 8, 78, 2017
Force control is related to low-frequency oscillations in force and surface EMG
H Moon, C Kim, M Kwon, YT Chen, T Onushko, N Lodha, EA Christou
PloS one 9 (11), e109202, 2014
Long-term rehabilitation for chronic stroke arm movements: a randomized controlled trial
JH Cauraugh, SK Naik, N Lodha, SA Coombes, JJ Summers
Clinical rehabilitation 25 (12), 1086-1096, 2011
Motor output variability impairs driving ability in older adults
N Lodha, H Moon, C Kim, T Onushko, EA Christou
Journals of Gerontology Series A: Biomedical Sciences and Medical Sciences …, 2016
Strength or motor control: what matters in high-functioning stroke?
N Lodha, P Patel, A Casamento-Moran, E Hays, SN Poisson, EA Christou
Frontiers in neurology 9, 1160, 2019
Motor control differs for increasing and releasing force
SH Park, MH Kwon, D Solis, N Lodha, EA Christou
Journal of neurophysiology 115 (6), 2924-2930, 2016
Motor impairments in transient ischemic attack increase the odds of a subsequent stroke: a meta-analysis
N Lodha, J Harrell, S Eisenschenk, EA Christou
Frontiers in neurology 8, 243, 2017
EMG synchrony to assess impaired corticomotor control of locomotion after stroke
N Lodha, YT Chen, TE McGuirk, EJ Fox, SA Kautz, EA Christou, DJ Clark
Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology 37, 35-40, 2017
Cognitive and motor deficits contribute to longer braking time in stroke
N Lodha, P Patel, JM Shad, A Casamento-Moran, EA Christou
Journal of neuroengineering and rehabilitation 18 (1), 1-10, 2021
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