Helen J. Huang
Helen J. Huang
Assistant Professor, University of Central Florida
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Isolating gait-related movement artifacts in electroencephalography during human walking
JE Kline, HJ Huang, KL Snyder, DP Ferris
Journal of neural engineering 12 (4), 046022, 2015
Moving the arms to activate the legs
DP Ferris, HJ Huang, PC Kao
Exercise and sport sciences reviews 34 (3), 113-120, 2006
Reduction of metabolic cost during motor learning of arm reaching dynamics
HJ Huang, R Kram, AA Ahmed
Journal of Neuroscience 32 (6), 2182-2190, 2012
Neural coupling between upper and lower limbs during recumbent stepping
HJ Huang, DP Ferris
Journal of Applied Physiology 97 (4), 1299-1308, 2004
A representation of effort in decision-making and motor control
R Shadmehr, HJ Huang, AA Ahmed
Current biology 26 (14), 1929-1934, 2016
Highly stretchable and wearable strain sensor based on printable carbon nanotube layers/polydimethylsiloxane composites with adjustable sensitivity
X Wang, J Li, H Song, H Huang, J Gou
ACS applied materials & interfaces 10 (8), 7371-7380, 2018
Independent component analysis of gait-related movement artifact recorded using EEG electrodes during treadmill walking
KL Snyder, JE Kline, HJ Huang, DP Ferris
Frontiers in human neuroscience 9, 639, 2015
Upper and lower limb muscle activation is bidirectionally and ipsilaterally coupled
HJ Huang, DP Ferris
Medicine and science in sports and exercise 41 (9), 1778, 2009
Older adults learn less, but still reduce metabolic cost, during motor adaptation
HJ Huang, AA Ahmed
Journal of neurophysiology 111 (1), 135-144, 2014
Tradeoff between stability and maneuverability during whole-body movements
HJ Huang, AA Ahmed
PLoS One 6 (7), e21815, 2011
Reductions in muscle coactivation and metabolic cost during visuomotor adaptation
HJ Huang, AA Ahmed
Journal of neurophysiology 112 (9), 2264-2274, 2014
Cortical spectral activity and connectivity during active and viewed arm and leg movement
JE Kline, HJ Huang, KL Snyder, DP Ferris
Frontiers in neuroscience 10, 91, 2016
Electromyography exposes heterogeneity in muscle co-contraction following stroke
CL Banks, HJ Huang, VL Little, C Patten
Frontiers in neurology 8, 699, 2017
More reliable EEG electrode digitizing methods can reduce source estimation uncertainty, but current methods already accurately identify brodmann areas
SY Shirazi, HJ Huang
Frontiers in neuroscience 13, 1159, 2019
Upper limb effort does not increase maximal voluntary muscle activation in individuals with incomplete spinal cord injury
HJ Huang, DP Ferris
Clinical neurophysiology 120 (9), 1741-1749, 2009
Shifting maladaptive fall risk appraisal in older adults through an in-home physio-feedback and exercise program (PEER): A pilot study
L Thiamwong, HJ Huang, BP Ng, X Yan, ML Sole, JR Stout, S Talbert
Clinical gerontologist 43 (4), 378-390, 2020
Assessing fall risk appraisal through combined physiological and perceived fall risk measures using innovative technology
L Thiamwong, ML Sole, BP Ng, GF Welch, HJ Huang, JR Stout
Journal of gerontological nursing 46 (4), 41-47, 2020
Computer simulations of neural mechanisms explaining upper and lower limb excitatory neural coupling
HJ Huang, DP Ferris
Journal of neuroengineering and rehabilitation 7 (1), 1-13, 2010
Dry Epidermal Electrodes Can Provide Long-Term High Fidelity Electromyography for Limited Dynamic Lower Limb Movements
J Li, P Wang, HJ Huang
Sensors 20 (17), 4848, 2020
Assessment of Single Use Dry Epidermal Electrodes for Surface Electromyography Recordings*
J Li, G Barnes, P Wang, HJ Huang
2019 9th International IEEE/EMBS Conference on Neural Engineering (NER), 702-705, 2019
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