James Stinear
James Stinear
Associate Professor, University of Auckland
Verified email at auckland.ac.nz
TitleCited byYear
Rhythmic bilateral movement training modulates corticomotor excitability and enhances upper limb motricity poststroke: a pilot study
JW Stinear, WD Byblow
Journal of Clinical Neurophysiology 21 (2), 124-131, 2004
1602004
Non-invasive brain stimulation enhances fine motor control of the hemiparetic ankle: implications for rehabilitation
S Madhavan, KA Weber, JW Stinear
Experimental brain research 209 (1), 9-17, 2011
1302011
Rewiring the brain: potential role of the premotor cortex in motor control, learning, and recovery of function following brain injury
SS Kantak, JW Stinear, ER Buch, LG Cohen
Neurorehabilitation and neural repair 26 (3), 282-292, 2012
1262012
Disinhibition in the human motor cortex is enhanced by synchronous upper limb movements
JW Stinear, WD Byblow
The Journal of physiology 543 (1), 307-316, 2002
1252002
Primary motor and premotor cortex in implicit sequence learning–evidence for competition between implicit and explicit human motor memory systems
SS Kantak, CK Mummidisetty, JW Stinear
European Journal of Neuroscience 36 (5), 2710-2715, 2012
992012
Prevalence of metabolic syndrome and metabolic syndrome components in young adults: A pooled analysis
PB Nolan, G Carrick-Ranson, JW Stinear, SA Reading, LC Dalleck
Preventive medicine reports 7, 211-215, 2017
962017
Focal and bidirectional modulation of lower limb motor cortex using anodal transcranial direct current stimulation
S Madhavan, JW Stinear
Brain stimulation 3 (1), 42-50, 2010
732010
A paradox: after stroke, the non‐lesioned lower limb motor cortex may be maladaptive
S Madhavan, LM Rogers, JW Stinear
European Journal of Neuroscience 32 (6), 1032-1039, 2010
642010
The effects of transcranial stimulation on paretic lower limb motor excitability during walking
G Jayaram, JW Stinear
Journal of Clinical Neurophysiology 26 (4), 272-279, 2009
632009
Relationships between functional and structural corticospinal tract integrity and walking post stroke
G Jayaram, CJ Stagg, P Esser, U Kischka, J Stinear, H Johansen-Berg
Clinical Neurophysiology 123 (12), 2422-2428, 2012
602012
Stimulation‐induced changes in lower limb corticomotor excitability during treadmill walking in humans
JW Stinear, TG Hornby
The Journal of physiology 567 (2), 701-711, 2005
562005
Contralesional paired associative stimulation increases paretic lower limb motor excitability post-stroke
G Jayaram, JW Stinear
Experimental brain research 185 (4), 563-570, 2008
542008
Corticospinal tract integrity correlates with knee extensor weakness in chronic stroke survivors
S Madhavan, C Krishnan, A Jayaraman, WZ Rymer, JW Stinear
Clinical neurophysiology 122 (8), 1588-1594, 2011
472011
The contribution of cervical propriospinal premotoneurons in recovering hemiparetic stroke patients
JW Stinear, WD Byblow
Journal of clinical neurophysiology 21 (6), 426-434, 2004
462004
The subdominant hand increases the efficacy of voluntary alterations in bimanual coordination
WD Byblow, GN Lewis, JW Stinear, NJ Austin, M Lynch
Experimental brain research 131 (3), 366-374, 2000
462000
An interhemispheric asymmetry in motor cortex disinhibition during bimanual movement
JW Stinear, WD Byblow
Brain research 1022 (1-2), 81-87, 2004
372004
Amplitude of muscle stretch modulates corticomotor gain during passive movement
JP Coxon, JW Stinear, WD Byblow
Brain research 1031 (1), 109-117, 2005
312005
Phasic spike-timing-dependent plasticity of human motor cortex during walking
MM Prior, JW Stinear
Brain research 1110 (1), 150-158, 2006
272006
Suppression of motor evoked potentials in biceps brachii preceding pronator contraction
T Gerachshenko, JW Stinear
Experimental brain research 183 (4), 531-539, 2007
262007
Active-passive bilateral therapy as a priming mechanism for individuals in the subacute phase of post-stroke recovery: a feasibility study
ME Stoykov, JW Stinear
American journal of physical medicine & rehabilitation/Association of …, 2010
252010
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