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PEER REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS (In chronological order)
  1. Gates, D.H. and Dingwell, J.B. (2007) Peripheral neuropathy does not alter the fractal dynamics of stride intervals of gait, Journal of Applied Physiology, 102 (3): 965- 971. [link

  2. Gates, D.H., Su, J.L. and Dingwell, J.B. (2007) Possible biomechanical origins of the long-range correlations in stride intervals of walking, Physica A, 380: 259-270. [link]  

  3. Gates, D.H. and Dingwell, J.B. (2008) The effects of neuromuscular fatigue on task performance during repetitive goal-directed movements, Experimental Brain Research, 187 (4): 573-585. [link]   

  4. Gates, D.H. and Dingwell, J.B. (2009) Comparison of different state space definitions for local dynamic stability analyses, Journal of Biomechanics. 42 (9): 1345-1349 [link]. 

  5. Gates, D.H. and Dingwell, J.B. (2010) Muscle fatigue does not lead to increased instability of upper extremity repetitive movements, Journal of Biomechanics. 43(5): 913-919. [link

  6. Welch, T, Bridges, A, Gates, D, Heller, M, Stillman D, Raasch, C, Carhart, M (2010) An evaluation of the BioRID II and Hybrid III during low- and moderate-speed rear impacts, SAE Int. J. Passeng Cars – Mech Syst. 3(1): 704-433. 

  7. Gates, D.H., Bridges, A., Welch, T.D.J., Lam, T., Scher, I., Yamaguchi, G.T. (2010) Lumbar loads in low to moderate speed rear impacts, Technical Paper #2010-01- 0141, Society of Automotive Engineers.
     
  8. Lam, T., and Gates, D.H. (2010) Repeated impacts on a motorcycle helmet: What happens after a significant impact? Technical Paper # 2010-01-1016, Society of Automotive Engineers. 

  9. Segala, D, Gates, D.H., Dingwell, J.B., Chelidze, D (2011) Nonlinear smooth orthogonal decomposition of kinematic features of sawing reconstructs muscle fatigue evolution as indicated by electromyography, Journal of Biomechanical Engineering 133(3): 031009. [link

  10. Gates, D.H. and Dingwell, J.B. (2011) The effects of muscle fatigue and movement height on movement stability and variability, Experimental Brain Research. 209(4): 525-36. [link]
     
  11. Gates, D.H., Darter, B.J., Dingwell, J.B., Wilken, J.M. (2012) Comparison of walking overground and in Computer Assisted Rehabilitation Environment (CAREN) in individuals with and without transtibial amputations, Journal of Neuroengineering and Rehabilitation 9:81. [link

  12. Gates, D.H., Dingwell, J.B., Scott, S.J., Sinitski, E.H., Wilken, J.M. (2012) Gait characteristics of individuals with transtibial amputations walking on a destabilizing rock surface, Gait & Posture, 36: 33-39. [link

  13. Gates, D.H., Wilken, J.M., Scott, S.J., Sinitski, E.H., Dingwell, J.B. (2012) Kinematic strategies when walking across a destabilizing rock surface, Gait & Posture, 35(1): 36-42. [link

  14. Gates, D.H., Scott, S.J., Wilken, J.M., Dingwell, J.B. (2013) Frontal plane dynamic margins of stability of individuals with and without transtibial amputation walking on a loose rock surface, Gait & Posture. 38: 570-575. [link

  15. Gates, D.H., Aldridge, J.M., Wilken, J.M. (2013) Kinematic comparison of walking on uneven ground using powered and unpowered prostheses, Clinical Biomechanics 28: 467-472. 

  16. Sturdy, J., Gates, D.H., Darter, B.J., Wilken, J.M. (2014) Assessing preparative gait adaptations in persons with transtibial amputation in response to repeated medial-lateral perturbations, Gait & Posture 39 (3): 995-8 [link].


  17. Cowley, J.C., Dingwell, J.B., and Gates, D.H. (2014) Effects of local and widespread muscle fatigue on movement timing. Experimental Brain Research, 232 (12): 3939-3948.

  18. Engdahl, S., Christie, B., Kelly, B., Davis, A., Chestek, C. and Gates, D.H. (2015) Assessing patient interest in advanced prosthetic technology. Journal of Neural Engineering and Rehabilitation, 12:51 [link].

  19. Gates, D.H., Smurr Walters, L., Cowley, J.C., Wilken, J.M., and Resnik, L. (2016) Motion requirements for upper limb activities of daily living. American Journal of Occupational Therapy. 70(1), 1-10. 

  20. Musselman, M., Gates, D.H., and Djurdjanovic, D. (2016) “A system-based approach to monitoring the neuromusculoskeletal system” International Journal of Prognostics and Health Management7(2):1-14.

  21. Martini, D., Goulet, G.C., Gates, D.H., Broglio, S.P. (2016) “Long-term effects of adolescent concussion history on gait, across age” Gait & Posture, 49: 264-270. (PMID# 27472823)

  22. Davidson, A., Gardinier, E.S., Gates, D.H. (2016) “Within and between day reliability of energetic cost measures during treadmill walking” Cogent Engineering. 3(1): 1251028

  23. Cowley, J.C., Resnik, L., Wilken, J.M., Smurr Walters, L, Gates, D.H. (2017) “Movement quality of conventional prostheses and the DEKA arm during everyday tasks” Prosthetics Orthotics International, (Mar) 1-8. (PMID #26932980)

  24. Koller, J., Gates, D.H., Ferris, D., Remy, C.D. (2017) “Confidence in the curve: establishing instantaneous cost mapping techniques using bilateral ankle exoskeletons" Journal of Applied Physiology. 122(2): 242-252. (PMID # 27856717).

  25. Engdahl, S., Chestek, C., Kelly, B., Davis, A., and Gates, D.H. (2017) “Factors associated with interest in novel interfaces for upper limb prosthetic control” PLoS ONE 12(8): e0182482.

  26. Cowley, J.C., Leonardis, J., Lipps, D., and Gates, D.H. (2017) “The Influence of wrist posture, grip type and grip force on median nerve shape and cross-sectional area.” Clinical Anatomy 30(4): 470-478. (PMID #28281294).

  27. Cowley, J.C. and Gates, D.H. (2017) “Proximal and distal muscle fatigue differentially affect coordination” PLoS ONE. 12(2): e0172835.

  28. Gardinier, E.S., Wensman, J., Kelly, B.M. and Gates, D.H. (2017) “A controlled clinical trial of a clinically-tuned powered ankle prosthesis in people with transtibial amputation” Clinical Rehabilitation. doi: 10.1177/0269215517723054

  29. Lapointe, A., Nolasco, L., Sosnowski, A., Andrews, E., Martini, D.N., Palmieri-Smith, R., Gates, D.H., and Broglio, S.P. (2017) “Kinematic differences during a jump cut maneuver in people with and without a concussion history” International Journal of Psychophysiology (In Press, accepted 8/12/17)
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