William R Young
William R Young
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Assessing and training standing balance in older adults: a novel approach using the ‘Nintendo Wii’Balance Board
W Young, S Ferguson, S Brault, C Craig
Gait & posture 33 (2), 303-305, 2011
How fear of falling can increase fall-risk in older adults: applying psychological theory to practical observations
WR Young, AM Williams
Gait & posture 41 (1), 7-12, 2015
Synthesis of walking sounds for alleviating gait disturbances in Parkinson's disease
MWM Rodger, WR Young, CM Craig
IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering 22 (3 …, 2013
Auditory cueing in Parkinson's patients with freezing of gait. What matters most: action-relevance or cue-continuity?
WR Young, L Shreve, EJ Quinn, C Craig, H Bronte-Stewart
Neuropsychologia 87, 54-62, 2016
Auditory observation of stepping actions can cue both spatial and temporal components of gait in Parkinson׳ s disease patients
WR Young, MWM Rodger, CM Craig
Neuropsychologia 57, 140-153, 2014
Can telling older adults where to look reduce falls? Evidence for a causal link between inappropriate visual sampling and suboptimal stepping performance
WR Young, MA Hollands
Experimental brain research 204 (1), 103-113, 2010
Perceiving and reenacting spatiotemporal characteristics of walking sounds.
W Young, M Rodger, CM Craig
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 39 (2), 464, 2013
Influences of state anxiety on gaze behavior and stepping accuracy in older adults during adaptive locomotion
WR Young, AM Wing, MA Hollands
Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences …, 2012
Evidence for age-related decline in visuomotor function and reactive stepping adjustments
WR Young, MA Hollands
Gait & posture 36 (3), 477-481, 2012
A Wii bit of fun: a novel platform to deliver effective balance training to older adults
C Whyatt, NA Merriman, WR Young, FN Newell, C Craig
Games for health journal 4 (6), 423-433, 2015
Examining links between anxiety, reinvestment and walking when talking by older adults during adaptive gait
WR Young, M Olonilua, RSW Masters, S Dimitriadis, AM Williams
Experimental brain research 234 (1), 161-172, 2016
Gazing into thin air: the dual-task costs of movement planning and execution during adaptive gait
TJ Ellmers, AJ Cocks, M Doumas, AM Williams, WR Young
PloS one 11 (11), e0166063, 2016
Newly acquired fear of falling leads to altered eye movement patterns and reduced stepping safety: a case study
WR Young, MA Hollands
PLoS one 7 (11), e49765, 2012
Gait stability in older adults during level-ground walking: the attentional focus approach
TCT Mak, WR Young, DCL Chan, TWL Wong
The Journals of Gerontology: Series B 75 (2), 274-281, 2020
Time to get a move on: Overcoming bradykinetic movement in Parkinson's disease with artificial sensory guidance generated from biological motion
MMN Bieńkiewicz, MWM Rodger, WR Young, CM Craig
Behavioural brain research 253, 113-120, 2013
Evidence of a link between fall-related anxiety and high-risk patterns of visual search in older adults during adaptive locomotion
TJ Ellmers, AJ Cocks, WR Young
The Journals of Gerontology: Series A 75 (5), 961-967, 2020
The influence of anxiety and attentional focus on visual search during adaptive gait.
TJ Ellmers, WR Young
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 45 (6), 697, 2019
Conscious motor control impairs attentional processing efficiency during precision stepping
TJ Ellmers, WR Young
Gait & Posture 63, 58-62, 2018
A validation of neural co-activation as a measure of attentional focus in a postural task
TJ Ellmers, G Machado, TWL Wong, F Zhu, AM Williams, WR Young
Gait & Posture 50, 229-231, 2016
Kinect4FOG: monitoring and improving mobility in people with Parkinson’s using a novel system incorporating the Microsoft Kinect v2
A Amini, K Banitsas, WR Young
Disability and Rehabilitation: Assistive Technology 14 (6), 566-573, 2019
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