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The aging neuromuscular system and motor performance
SK Hunter, HM Pereira, KG Keenan
Journal of applied physiology, 2016
4622016
Influence of amplitude cancellation on the simulated surface electromyogram
KG Keenan, D Farina, KS Maluf, R Merletti, RM Enoka
Journal of applied physiology 98 (1), 120-131, 2005
4422005
The effects of single-leg landing technique on ACL loading
WA Laughlin, JT Weinhandl, TW Kernozek, SC Cobb, KG Keenan, ...
Journal of biomechanics 44 (10), 1845-1851, 2011
2692011
Amplitude cancellation reduces the size of motor unit potentials averaged from the surface EMG
KG Keenan, D Farina, R Merletti, RM Enoka
Journal of applied physiology 100 (6), 1928-1937, 2006
1362006
Influence of motor unit properties on the size of the simulated evoked surface EMG potential
KG Keenan, D Farina, R Merletti, RM Enoka
Experimental brain research 169, 37-49, 2006
952006
Contralateral activity in a homologous hand muscle during voluntary contractions is greater in old adults
M Shinohara, KG Keenan, RM Enoka
Journal of Applied Physiology 94 (3), 966-974, 2003
832003
Experimentally valid predictions of muscle force and EMG in models of motor-unit function are most sensitive to neural properties
KG Keenan, FJ Valero-Cuevas
Journal of neurophysiology 98 (3), 1581-1590, 2007
592007
Power spectrum of the rectified EMG: when and why is rectification beneficial for identifying neural connectivity?
F Negro, K Keenan, D Farina
Journal of neural engineering 12 (3), 036008, 2015
572015
Isotemporal substitution of sedentary behavior and physical activity on function
NL Lerma, CC Cho, AM Swartz, NE Miller, KG Keenan, SJ Strath
Medicine and science in sports and exercise 50 (4), 792, 2018
462018
Sensitivity of the cross-correlaton between simulated surface EMGs for two muscles to detect motor unit synchronization
KG Keenan, D Farina, FG Meyer, R Merletti, RM Enoka
Journal of Applied Physiology 102 (3), 1193-1201, 2007
452007
Maximal voluntary fingertip force production is not limited by movement speed in combined motion and force tasks
KG Keenan, VJ Santos, M Venkadesan, FJ Valero-Cuevas
Journal of Neuroscience 29 (27), 8784-8789, 2009
402009
Sensitivity of EMG-EMG coherence to detect the common oscillatory drive to hand muscles in young and older adults
KG Keenan, WV Massey, TJ Walters, JD Collins
Journal of neurophysiology 107 (10), 2866-2875, 2012
392012
Girls in the boat: Sex differences in rowing performance and participation
KG Keenan, JW Senefeld, SK Hunter
PloS one 13 (1), e0191504, 2018
312018
Farina D, Maluf KS, Merletti R, Enoka RM
KG Keenan
Influence of amplitude cancellation on the simulated surface electromyogram …, 2005
302005
Oscillations in neural drive and age-related reductions in force steadiness with a cognitive challenge
HM Pereira, B Schlinder-DeLap, KG Keenan, F Negro, D Farina, ...
Journal of Applied Physiology 126 (4), 1056-1065, 2019
282019
Epoch length to accurately estimate the amplitude of interference EMG is likely the result of unavoidable amplitude cancellation
KG Keenan, FJ Valero-Cuevas
Biomedical signal processing and control 3 (2), 154-162, 2008
272008
Fluctuations in motor output during steady contractions are weakly related across contraction types and between hands
M Shinohara, KG Keenan, RM Enoka
Muscle & Nerve: Official Journal of the American Association of …, 2005
262005
Influence of amplitude cancellation on the accuracy of determining the onset of muscle activity from the surface electromyogram
M Jesunathadas, SS Aidoor, KG Keenan, D Farina, RM Enoka
Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology 22 (3), 494-500, 2012
242012
Control of fingertip forces in young and older adults pressing against fixed low-and high-friction surfaces
KG Keenan, WV Massey
PLoS One 7 (10), e48193, 2012
222012
Coherence between surface electromyograms is influenced by electrode placement in hand muscles
KG Keenan, JD Collins, WV Massey, TJ Walters, HD Gruszka
Journal of neuroscience methods 195 (1), 10-14, 2011
222011
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