Ricci Hannah
Ricci Hannah
Lecturer in Biomechanics and Human Movement Control, King's College London
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Human capacity for explosive force production: neural and contractile determinants
JP Folland, MW Buckthorpe, R Hannah
Scandinavian journal of medicine & science in sports 24 (6), 894-906, 2014
Reliability of neuromuscular measurements during explosive isometric contractions, with special reference to electromyography normalization techniques
MW Buckthorpe, R Hannah, TG Pain, JP Folland
Muscle & nerve 46 (4), 566-576, 2012
Temporal cascade of frontal, motor and muscle processes underlying human action-stopping
S Jana, R Hannah, V Muralidharan, AR Aron
Elife 9, e50371, 2020
Pulse duration as well as current direction determines the specificity of transcranial magnetic stimulation of motor cortex during contraction
R Hannah, JC Rothwell
Brain stimulation 10 (1), 106-115, 2017
Effect of coil orientation on strength–duration time constant and I-wave activation with controllable pulse parameter transcranial magnetic stimulation
K D’Ostilio, SM Goetz, R Hannah, M Ciocca, R Chieffo, JCA Chen, ...
Clinical Neurophysiology 127 (1), 675-683, 2016
Explosive neuromuscular performance of males versus females
R Hannah, C Minshull, MW Buckthorpe, JP Folland
Experimental physiology 97 (5), 618-629, 2012
Selective suppression of local interneuron circuits in human motor cortex contributes to movement preparation
R Hannah, SE Cavanagh, S Tremblay, S Simeoni, JC Rothwell
Journal of Neuroscience 38 (5), 1264-1276, 2018
Towards real-world generalizability of a circuit for action-stopping
R Hannah, AR Aron
Nature Reviews Neuroscience 22 (9), 538-552, 2021
Alexithymia mediates the relationship between interoceptive sensibility and anxiety
ER Palser, CE Palmer, A Galvez-Pol, R Hannah, A Fotopoulou, JM Kilner
PloS one 13 (9), e0203212, 2018
Variability and predictors of response to continuous theta burst stimulation: a TMS-EEG study
L Rocchi, J Ibáñez, A Benussi, R Hannah, V Rawji, E Casula, J Rothwell
Frontiers in neuroscience 12, 400, 2018
Effects of pulse width, waveform and current direction in the cortex: A combined cTMS-EEG study
EP Casula, L Rocchi, R Hannah, JC Rothwell
Brain stimulation 11 (5), 1063-1070, 2018
TMS of primary motor cortex with a biphasic pulse activates two independent sets of excitable neurones
M Sommer, M Ciocca, R Chieffo, P Hammond, A Neef, W Paulus, ...
Brain stimulation 11 (3), 558-565, 2018
Locomotor muscle fatigue is not critically regulated after prior upper body exercise
MA Johnson, GR Sharpe, NC Williams, R Hannah
Journal of Applied Physiology 119 (7), 840-850, 2015
Longer electromechanical delay impairs hamstrings explosive force versus quadriceps
R Hannah, C Minshull, SL Smith, JP Folland
Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise 46 (5), 963-972, 2014
Whole‐body vibration does not influence knee joint neuromuscular function or proprioception
R Hannah, C Minshull, JP Folland
Scandinavian journal of medicine & science in sports 23 (1), 96-104, 2013
Temporally-precise disruption of prefrontal cortex informed by the timing of beta bursts impairs human action-stopping
R Hannah, V Muralidharan, KK Sundby, AR Aron
Neuroimage 222, 117222, 2020
Cortical paired associative stimulation influences response inhibition: cortico-cortical and cortico-subcortical networks
S Kohl, R Hannah, L Rocchi, CL Nord, J Rothwell, V Voon
Biological psychiatry 85 (4), 355-363, 2019
Non-invasive brain stimulation as a tool to study cerebellar-M1 interactions in humans
S Tremblay, D Austin, R Hannah, JC Rothwell
Cerebellum & ataxias 3 (1), 1-23, 2016
β-Alanine supplementation enhances human skeletal muscle relaxation speed but not force production capacity
R Hannah, RL Stannard, C Minshull, GG Artioli, RC Harris, C Sale
Journal of applied physiology 118 (5), 604-612, 2015
Explosive hamstrings-to-quadriceps force ratio of males versus females
R Hannah, JP Folland, SL Smith, C Minshull
European journal of applied physiology 115 (4), 837-847, 2015
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