Joshua Haworth
Joshua Haworth
Assistant Professor of Biomechanics, Oakland University
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Structural changes in postural sway lend insight into effects of balance training, vision, and support surface on postural control in a healthy population
AJ Strang, J Haworth, M Hieronymus, M Walsh, LJ Smart
European journal of applied physiology 111, 1485-1495, 2011
Development of attention to faces during the first 3 years: Influences of stimulus type
K Libertus, RJ Landa, JL Haworth
Frontiers in Psychology 8, 293890, 2017
Ready, set, go! Low anticipatory response during a dyadic task in infants at high familial risk for autism
RJ Landa, JL Haworth, MB Nebel
Frontiers in Psychology 7, 184053, 2016
Walking at the preferred stride frequency maximizes local dynamic stability of knee motion
DM Russell, JL Haworth
Journal of biomechanics 47 (1), 102-108, 2014
Effects of plyometrics performed during warm-up on 20 and 40 m sprint performance.
CC Creekmur, JL Haworth, RH Cox, MS Walsh
The Journal of sports medicine and physical fitness 57 (5), 550-555, 2016
Training history constrains postural sway dynamics: A study of balance in collegiate ice hockey players
M Walsh, E Slattery, A McMath, R Cox, J Haworth
Gait & posture 66, 278-282, 2018
Validation of a portable force plate for evaluating postural sway
M Walsh, C Church, A Hoffmeister, D Smith, J Haworth
Perceptual and motor skills 128 (1), 191-199, 2021
Gaze and posture coordinate differently with the complexity of visual stimulus motion
JL Haworth, S Vallabhajosula, N Stergiou
Experimental brain research 232, 2797-2806, 2014
Exploring the unmet need for technology to promote motor ability in children younger than 5 years of age: a systematic review
AJ Arnold, JL Haworth, VO Moran, A Abulhasan, N Steinbuch, E Kokkoni
Archives of rehabilitation research and clinical translation 2 (2), 100051, 2020
Coordination dynamics of (a) symmetrically loaded gait
DM Russell, JL Haworth, C Martinez-Garza
Experimental brain research 234, 867-881, 2016
Infant sitting postural control appears robust across changes in surface context
E Kokkoni, JL Haworth, RT Harbourne, N Stergiou, A Kyvelidou
Somatosensory & Motor Research 34 (4), 265-272, 2017
Immediate impact of extremity manipulation on dual task performance: a randomized, crossover clinical trial
CA Malaya, J Haworth, KA Pohlman, DL Smith
Chiropractic & manual therapies 29, 1-8, 2021
BTrackS limits of stability test is a reliable assessment of volitional dynamic postural control
J Haworth, D Goble, M Pile, B Kendall
Gait & Posture 80, 298-301, 2020
Impact of extremity manipulation on postural sway characteristics: a preliminary, randomized crossover study
CA Malaya, J Haworth, KA Pohlman, C Powell, DL Smith
Journal of manipulative and physiological therapeutics 43 (5), 457-468, 2020
Children with moderate to severe cerebral palsy may not benefit from stochastic vibration when developing independent sitting
A Kyvelidou, RT Harbourne, J Haworth, KK Schmid, N Stergiou
Developmental neurorehabilitation 21 (6), 362-370, 2018
Test–retest reliability of the balance tracking system modified clinical test of sensory integration and balance protocol across multiple time durations
DJ Goble, NO Conner, MR Nolff, JL Haworth, BJ Kendall
Medical Devices: Evidence and Research, 355-361, 2021
Children’s looking preference for biological motion may be related to an affinity for mathematical chaos
JL Haworth, A Kyvelidou, W Fisher, N Stergiou
Frontiers in psychology 6, 128494, 2015
Optimal variability and complexity: a novel approach for management principles
JL Haworth, S Vallabhajosula, G Tzetzis, N Stergiou
Chaos and complexity theory for management: nonlinear dynamics, 328-351, 2013
Indifference to chaotic motion may be related to social disinterest in children with autism
J Haworth, A Kyvelidou, W Fisher, N Stergiou
Journal of motor learning and development 4 (2), 219-235, 2016
Temporal more than spatial regulation of sway is important for posture in response to an ultra-compliant surface
JL Haworth, AJ Strang, M Hieronymus, MS Walsh
Somatosensory & Motor Research 35 (1), 45-51, 2018
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