Meghan E. Huber
Meghan E. Huber
Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, University of Massachusetts Amherst
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In-home virtual reality videogame telerehabilitation in adolescents with hemiplegic cerebral palsy
MR Golomb, BC McDonald, SJ Warden, J Yonkman, AJ Saykin, B Shirley, ...
Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation 91 (1), 1-8. e1, 2010
Learning and transfer of complex motor skills in virtual reality: a perspective review
DE Levac, ME Huber, D Sternad
Journal of neuroengineering and rehabilitation 16, 1-15, 2019
Validity and reliability of Kinect skeleton for measuring shoulder joint angles: a feasibility study
ME Huber, AL Seitz, M Leeser, D Sternad
Physiotherapy 101 (4), 389-393, 2015
Feasibility of modified remotely monitored in-home gaming technology for improving hand function in adolescents with cerebral palsy
M Huber, B Rabin, C Docan, GC Burdea, M AbdelBaky, MR Golomb
IEEE Transactions on information technology in biomedicine 14 (2), 526-534, 2010
PlayStation 3-based tele-rehabilitation for children with hemiplegia
M Huber, B Rabin, C Docan, G Burdea, ME Nwosu, M Abdelbaky, ...
2008 Virtual Rehabilitation, 105-112, 2008
Velocity-curvature patterns limit human–robot physical interaction
P Maurice, ME Huber, N Hogan, D Sternad
IEEE robotics and automation letters 3 (1), 249-256, 2017
Acquisition of novel and complex motor skills: stable solutions where intrinsic noise matters less
D Sternad, ME Huber, N Kuznetsov
Progress in Motor Control: Skill learning, performance, health, and injury …, 2014
Additive manufacturing of biomechanically tailored meshes for compliant wearable and implantable devices
SW Pattinson, ME Huber, S Kim, J Lee, S Grunsfeld, R Roberts, G Dreifus, ...
Advanced Functional Materials 29 (32), 1901815, 2019
Girls can play ball: Stereotype threat reduces variability in a motor skill
ME Huber, AJ Brown, D Sternad
Acta Psychologica 169, 79-87, 2016
Eleven Months of home virtual reality telerehabilitation-Lessons learned
MR Golomb, M Barkat-Masih, B Rabin, M Abdelbaky, M Huber, G Burdea
2009 virtual rehabilitation international conference, 23-28, 2009
Exploiting the geometry of the solution space to reduce sensitivity to neuromotor noise
Z Zhang, D Guo, ME Huber, SW Park, D Sternad
PLoS Computational Biology 14 (2), e1006013, 2018
The effect of stereotype threat on performance of a rhythmic motor skill.
ME Huber, AE Seitchik, AJ Brown, D Sternad, SG Harkins
Journal of experimental psychology: human perception and performance 41 (2), 525, 2015
Low-dimensional organization of angular momentum during walking on a narrow beam
E Chiovetto, ME Huber, D Sternad, MA Giese
Scientific reports 8 (1), 95, 2018
Persistence of reduced neuromotor noise in long-term motor skill learning
ME Huber, N Kuznetsov, D Sternad
Journal of Neurophysiology 116 (6), 2922-2935, 2016
Implicit guidance to stable performance in a rhythmic perceptual-motor skill
ME Huber, D Sternad
Experimental brain research 233, 1783-1799, 2015
Validity and reliability of kinect for measuring shoulder joint angles
ME Huber, AL Seitz, M Leeser, D Sternad
2014 40th annual northeast bioengineering conference (NEBEC), 1-2, 2014
Rigid soles improve balance in beam walking, but improvements do not persist with bare feet
ME Huber, E Chiovetto, M Giese, D Sternad
Scientific reports 10 (1), 7629, 2020
Modulating hip stiffness with a robotic exoskeleton immediately changes gait
J Lee, HR Warren, V Agarwal, ME Huber, N Hogan
2020 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA), 733-739, 2020
Controlling physical interactions: Humans do not minimize muscle effort
R Koeppen, ME Huber, D Sternad, N Hogan
Dynamic Systems and Control Conference 58271, V001T36A003, 2017
Applying hip stiffness with an exoskeleton to compensate gait kinematics
J Lee, ME Huber, N Hogan
IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering 29, 2645-2654, 2021
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