DRAFT: This module has unpublished changes.

Human Performance:

 

 

Donlin, M., DeGoede, K.M., Reaction Time of Young Adult and Middle-Aged Men and Women During a Forward Fall, American Society of Biomechanics Annual Meeting, Rochester, 2018.

 

Twist, M, DeGoede K, Pose Method of Running: Fact or Fiction.  American Society of Biomechanics Annual Meeting, Raleigh, 2016.

 

Seymour, K.M., C.I. Higginson, K.M. DeGoede, M.K. Bifano, R. Orr, J.S. Higginson.  Cellular Telephone Dialing Influences Kinematic and Spatiotemporal Gait Parameters in Healthy Adults.  Journal of Motor Behavior. 2016.  DOI: 10.1080/00222895.2016.1152226

 

Lehman, S, DeGoede, K, Use of a Judo Break-fall Technique During a Lateral Fall.  American Society of Biomechanics, Long Beach, 2011.

 

Wisner, D, DeGoede, K, Reaction To A Loss Of Balance In Healthy Menopausal-Aged And Young Women. International Society of Biomechanics and American Society of Biomechanics, 2005.

 

 

Lo J., G.N. McCabe, K.M. DeGoede, H. Okuizumi, J.A. Ashton-Miller.  On reducing hand impact force in forward falls: results of a brief intervention in young males.  Journal of Clinical Biomechanics. 18(8) pp 730-736, 2003.

 

 

 

DeGoede, K M, Ashton-Miller, J A and Schultz, A B.  Fall-Related Upper Body Injuries in the Older Adult: A Review of the Biomechanical Issues (Survey Article).  Journal of Biomechanics.  36(7):1043-1053, 2003.

 

 

 

DeGoede, K M and Ashton-Miller, J A, Biomechanical simulations of forward fall arrests: effects of upper extremity arrest strategy, gender and aging-related declines in muscle strength.  Journal of Biomechanics.  36: 413-420, 2003.

 

 

DeGoede, K M, Ashton-Miller, J A, and Alexander, N B.,  The propagation of an impact force along the upper extremity. World Council of Biomechanics, 2002.

 

DeGoede, K M and Ashton-Miller, J A, Fall Arrest Strategy Affects Peak Hand Impact Force in a Forward Fall, Journal of Biomechanics.  35(6): 843-848, 2002.

 

DeGoede, K M, Ashton-Miller, J A, Schultz, A B, and Alexander, N B.  Peak Hand Reaction Forces During the Bimanual Arrest of a Moving Mass.  ASME Journal of Biomechanical Engineering. 124(2):107-112, 2002.

 

DeGoede, K M, Ashton-Miller, J A, Liao J, Alexander, N B, and Nyquist, L V. How Quickly Can Healthy Adults Move Their Hands to Intercept an Approaching Object?  Age and gender effects. Journal of Gerontology: Medical Science. 56(9): M584-8, 2001.

 

McCabe, G, DeGoede, K. M., Ashton-Miller, J. A., Healthy adults can learn to reduce wrist impact force in a forward fall: A 3-month intervention study in young males.  American Society of Biomechanics, 2001.  

 

DeGoede, K M and Ashton-Miller, J A.   Can Peak Impact Forces Be Volitionally Reduces in a Forward Fall Onto the Hands?  American Society of Biomechanics, July 2000.

 

DeGoede, K M, Ashton-Miller, J A, and Alexander, N B.  Age and Gender Differences in the Time to Intercept an Onrushing Object with Both Hands. Geriatrics Society of America, Nov. 1999

 

DeGoede, K M and Ashton-Miller, J A.  Effect of Elbow Angle and Rotational Velocity on Impact Force During a Fall onto an Outstretched Hand (Forward Dynamics Modeling).  American Society of Biomechanics, Oct. 1999.

 

DeGoede, K M, Ashton-Miller, J A, and Schultz, A B. Effect of Elbow Angle and Impact Velocity on the Peak Impact Force Applied to the Hands of Young Females (Experimental Study).  International Society of Biomechanics, Aug. 1999.

 

DeGoede, K M, Schultz, A B, and Ashton-Miller, J A. Risk of Wrist Fractures in Forward Falls onto Outstretched Arms.  Geriatrics Society of America, Nov. 1998.

 

Mansour, J M, Wentorf, F A, and Degoede, K M.  In Vivo Kinematics of the Rabbit Knee in Unstable Models of Osteoarthrosis. Annals of Biomedical Engineering 26:353-360, 1998.

 

 
DRAFT: This module has unpublished changes.