Shannon B Lim
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Capturing step counts at slow walking speeds in older adults: comparison of ankle and waist placement of measuring device
LA Simpson, JJ Eng, TD Klassen, SB Lim, DR Louie, B Parappilly, ...
Journal of rehabilitation medicine 47 (9), 830-835, 2015
642015
“Stepping up” activity poststroke: ankle-positioned accelerometer can accurately record steps during slow walking
TD Klassen, LA Simpson, SB Lim, DR Louie, B Parappilly, BM Sakakibara, ...
Physical therapy 96 (3), 355-360, 2016
582016
Postural threat influences vestibular-evoked muscular responses
SB Lim, TW Cleworth, BC Horslen, JS Blouin, JT Inglis, MG Carpenter
Journal of neurophysiology 117 (2), 604-611, 2017
212017
The efficacy of lower extremity mirror therapy for improving balance, gait, and motor function poststroke: a systematic review and meta-analysis
DR Louie, SB Lim, JJ Eng
Journal of Stroke and Cerebrovascular Diseases 28 (1), 107-120, 2019
192019
Exploring the dynamic nature of contextual interference: previous experience affects current practice but not learning
NJ Hodges, KR Lohse, A Wilson, SB Lim, D Mulligan
Journal of motor behavior 46 (6), 455-467, 2014
192014
Manipulating visual–motor experience to probe for observation-induced after-effects in adaptation learning
SB Lim, BC Larssen, NJ Hodges
Experimental brain research 232 (3), 789-802, 2014
162014
Benefits of multi-session balance and gait training with multi-modal biofeedback in healthy older adults
SB Lim, BC Horslen, JR Davis, JHJ Allum, MG Carpenter
Gait & posture 47, 10-17, 2016
112016
Modulation of stochastic vestibular stimulation-induced reflexes within a dynamic balance paradigm: the effect of response phase and emotional state
SB Lim
University of British Columbia, 2014
52014
A consensus guide to using functional near-infrared spectroscopy in posture and gait research
JC Menant, I Maidan, L Alcock, E Al-Yahya, A Cerasa, DJ Clark, ...
Gait & posture, 2020
42020
What observation of motor skills does and does not teach us
NJ Hodges, NT Ong, BC Larssen, SB Lim
BIO Web of Conferences 1, 00034, 2011
42011
Increased sensorimotor cortex activation with decreased motor performance during functional upper extremity tasks poststroke
SB Lim, JJ Eng
Journal of Neurologic Physical Therapy 43 (3), 141-150, 2019
22019
Step count monitor for individuals post-stroke: Accuracy of the Fitbit One
TD Klassen, JJ Eng, C Chan, Z Hassall, S Lim, R Louie, A Mow, ...
Stroke 45 (12), E261-E261, 2014
22014
Cortical activation during shoulder and finger movements in healthy adults: A functional near-infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS) Study
CL Yang, SB Lim, S Peters, JJ Eng
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 14, 2020
12020
Brain activity during real-time walking and with walking interventions after stroke: a systematic review
SB Lim, DR Louie, S Peters, T Liu-Ambrose, LA Boyd, JJ Eng
Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 18 (1), 1-19, 2021
2021
Passive, yet not inactive: robotic exoskeleton walking increases cortical activation dependent on task
S Peters, SB Lim, DR Louie, C Yang, JJ Eng
Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 17 (1), 1-12, 2020
2020
To avoid or not to avoid (well-learned tasks)-That is the question: A test of uncertainty-based adaptive scheduling for learning
TM Coppola, S Lim, R Chua, NJ Hodges
JOURNAL OF SPORT & EXERCISE PSYCHOLOGY 34, S78-S79, 2012
2012
Choice of practice schedule is influenced by previous experience with a particular practice (either random or blocked)
D Hendry, S Lim, A Wilson, D Mulligan, NJ Hodges
JOURNAL OF SPORT & EXERCISE PSYCHOLOGY 33, S73-S74, 2011
2011
Observing or simulating? It depends on prior exposure
S Lim, BC Larssen, NT Ong, NJ Hodges
Journal of Exercise, Movement, and Sport (SCAPPS refereed abstracts …, 2011
2011
Telework and telerehabilitation programs for workers with a stroke during the COVID-19 pandemic: A commentary
V Moradi, T Babaee, E Esfandiari, SB Lim, R Kordi
Work, 1-4, 0
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