Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation

Journal

Publication Venue For

  • Fore-aft resistance applied at the center of mass using a novel robotic interface proportionately increases propulsive force generation in healthy nonimpaired individuals walking at a constant speed.  16. 2019
  • Walking and balance outcomes for stroke survivors: A randomized clinical trial comparing body-weight-supported treadmill training with versus without challenging mobility skills.  15. 2018
  • How a diverse research ecosystem has generated new rehabilitation technologies: Review of NIDILRR's Rehabilitation Engineering Research Centers.  14. 2017
  • Frontal brain activation changes due to dual-tasking under partial body weight support conditions in older adults with multiple sclerosis.  14. 2017
  • Collaborative robotic biomechanical interactions and gait adjustments in young, non-impaired individuals.  13. 2016
  • Improvement of hemispatial neglect by a see-through head-mounted display: A preliminary study.  12. 2015
  • Effect of progressive horizontal resistive force on the comfortable walking speed of individuals post-stroke..  12:12. 2015
  • Effect of progressive horizontal resistive force on the comfortable walking speed of individuals post-stroke.  12. 2015
  • Foot force direction control during a pedaling task in individuals post-stroke.  11. 2014
  • Maximum walking speeds obtained using treadmill and overground robot system in persons with post-stroke hemiplegia.  9. 2012
  • Recent trends in assistive technology for mobility.  9. 2012
  • Structures promoting research, training, and technology transfer in mobility: Lessons learned from a visit to European centers.  9. 2012
  • Major trends in mobility technology research and development: overview of the results of the NSF-WTEC European study..  9:22. 2012
  • Why do we need improved mobility technology?.  9:16. 2012
  • Overground walking speed changes when subjected to body weight support conditions for nonimpaired and post stroke individuals.  7. 2010
  • Finger extensor variability in TMS parameters among chronic stroke patients.  2. 2005
  • International Standard Serial Number (issn)

  • 1743-0003
  • Electronic International Standard Serial Number (eissn)

  • 1743-0003