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Title: Visuo-vestibular interaction in the reconstruction of travelled trajectories

Source: EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH, 154 (1): 11-21 JAN 2004

Title: The timing of galvanic vestibular stimulation affects responses to platform translation

Author(s): Hlavacka F, Shupert CL, Horak FB

Source: BRAIN RESEARCH 821 (1): 8-16 MAR 6 1999

Record 1 of 3

Author(s): Kennedy, PM; Cresswell, AG; Chua, R; Inglis, JT

Title: Vestibulospinal influences on lower limb motoneurons

Source: CANADIAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY AND PHARMACOLOGY, 82 (8-9): 675-681 AUG-SEP 2004

Record 2 of 3

Author(s): Bent, LR; McFadyen, BJ; Inglis, JT

Title: Is the use of vestibular information weighted differently across the initiation of walking?

Source: EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH, 157 (4): 407-416 AUG 2004

Record 3 of 3

Author(s): Hatzitaki, V; Pavlou, M; Bronstein, AM

Title: The integration of multiple proprioceptive information: effect of ankle tendon vibration on postural responses to platform tilt

Source: EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH, 154 (3): 345-354 FEB 2004

Title: Vestibular stimulation affects medium latency postural muscle responses

Author(s): Horak FB, Hlavacka F

Source: EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH 144 (1): 95-102 MAY 2002

Record 1 of 3

Author(s): Muller, MLTM; Redfern, MS

Title: Correlation between EMG and COP onset latency in response to a horizontal platform translation

Source: JOURNAL OF BIOMECHANICS, 37 (10): 1573-1581 OCT 2004

Record 2 of 3

Author(s): Keshner, EA; Kenyon, RV; Langston, J

Title: Postural responses exhibit multisensory dependencies with discordant visual and support surface motion

Source: JOURNAL OF VESTIBULAR RESEARCH-EQUILIBRIUM & ORIENTATION, 14 (4): 307-319 2004

Record 3 of 3

Author(s): Hatzitaki, V; Pavlou, M; Bronstein, AM

Title: The integration of multiple proprioceptive information: effect of ankle tendon vibration on postural responses to platform tilt

Source: EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH, 154 (3): 345-354 FEB 2004

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