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Mileva, K., Zaidell, L., James, D.C., Bowtell, J., Pollock, R.D., Newham, D.J., and Sumners, D.P. (2019). Lower body acceleration and muscular responses to rotational and vertical whole-body vibration of different frequencies and amplitudes. Dose-Response, 17(1), doi:

Jones, G.D., James, D.C., Thacker, M., and Green, D.A. (2018). Parameters that remain consistent independent of pausing before gait-initiation during normal rise-to-walk behaviour delineated by sit-to-walk and sit-to-stand-and-walk. PLoS One, 13(10), doi:

James, D.C., Solan, M.C., and Mileva, K.N. (2018). Wide-pulse, high-frequency, low-intensity neuromuscular electrical stimulation has potential for targeted strengthening of an intrinsic foot muscle: a feasibility study. Journal of Foot and Ankle Research, 11 doi:

McCrum, C., Oberländer, K.D., Epro, G., Krauss, P., James, D.C., Reeves, N., and Karamanidis, K. (2017). Loading rate and contraction duration effects on in vivo human Achilles tendon mechanical properties. Clinical Physiology and Functional Imaging doi:

Jones, G.D., James, D.C., Thacker, M., and Green, D.A. (2016). Sit-to-stand-and-walk from 120% knee height: A novel approach to assess dynamic postural control independent of lead-limb. Journal of Visualized Experiments, 2016(114), doi:

Jones, G.D., James, D.C., Thacker, M., Jones, E.J., and Green, D.A. (2016). Sit-to-walk and sit-to-stand-and-walk task dynamics are maintained during rising at an elevated seat-height independent of lead-limb in healthy individuals. Gait and Posture, 48(July), 226 - 229. doi:

James, D.C., Mileva, K.N., and Solan, M.C. (2015). 47 An acute session of high-frequency, low-intensity, wide-pulse electrical stimulation evokes fatigue adaptations in an intrinsic foot muscle. British Journal of Sports Medicine, 49(Suppl), doi:

James, D.C., Farmer, L.J., Sayers, J.B., Cook, D.P., and Mileva, K.N. (2015). The biomechanical characteristics of wearing FitFlop™ sandals highlight significant alterations in gait pattern: a comparative study. Clinical Biomechanics, 30(4), 347-354. doi:

James, D.C., Mileva, K.N., and Cook, D.P. (2014). Low-frequency accelerations over-estimate impact-related shock during walking. Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology, 24(2), 264-270. doi:

James, D.C., Chesters, T., Sumners, D.P., Cook, D.P., Green, D.A., and Mileva, K.N. (2012). Wide-pulse electrical stimulation to an intrinsic foot muscle induces acute functional changes in forefoot-rearfoot coupling behaviour during walking. International Journal of Sports Medicine, 34(5), 438-443. doi:

James, D.C., and Cook, D. (2011). Coefficient of cross correlation analysis of kinematics during walking barefoot and in Vibram FiveFingers®. Footwear Science, 3(SUP 1), S79-S81. doi:

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Jones, G.D., James, D.C., Thacker, M., Perry, R., and Green, D.A. (2019). Gait-Initiation Onset Estimation During Sit-to-Walk Comparing Healthy Individuals and Ambulatory Community-Dwelling Stroke Survivors. doi:

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