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  • Learning and long-term retention of dynamic self-stabilization skills. [Journal Article]
    Exp Brain Res 2019Vimal VP, DiZio P, Lackner JR
  • In earlier studies, we had subjects use a joystick to balance themselves when seated in a device programmed to behave like an inverted pendulum. Subjects tested in a vertically oriented roll plane showed rapid learning for dynamically stabilizing themselves about the direction of balance when it corresponded with the direction of gravity. Subjects tested in a horizontally oriented roll plane, unl…
  • Alveolar ridge preservation: why, when and how. [Journal Article]
    Br Dent J 2019; 227(4):264-274Kalsi AS, Kalsi JS, Bassi S
  • Alveolar ridge preservation (ARP) is a method of decreasing bone resorption following tooth extraction and facilitating prosthetically-driven implant placement. An understanding of the physiological responses occurring after extraction and the effects of ARP are important in order to implement clinical procedures. ARP is a predictable way to reduce undesirable horizontal and vertical ridge reduct…
  • Ground reaction forces of overground galloping in ridden Thoroughbred racehorses. [Journal Article]
    J Exp Biol 2019; 222(Pt 16)Self Davies ZT, Spence AJ, Wilson AM
  • The horse has evolved to gallop economically at high speed. Limb force increases with speed but direct measures of limb ground reaction forces (GRFs) at gallop are sparse. This study reports GRFs for multiple limbs, using force plates, across seven Thoroughbred racehorses during ridden galloping. The results show peak vertical GRF values of 13.6 N kg-1 (non-lead hindlimb), 12.3 N kg-1 (lead hindl…
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