Lara Boyd
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Agreed definitions and a shared vision for new standards in stroke recovery research: the stroke recovery and rehabilitation roundtable taskforce
J Bernhardt, KS Hayward, G Kwakkel, NS Ward, SL Wolf, K Borschmann, ...
International Journal of Stroke 12 (5), 444-450, 2017
Observation of amounts of movement practice provided during stroke rehabilitation
CE Lang, JR MacDonald, DS Reisman, L Boyd, TJ Kimberley, ...
Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation 90 (10), 1692-1698, 2009
Is more better? Using metadata to explore dose–response relationships in stroke rehabilitation
KR Lohse, CE Lang, LA Boyd
Stroke 45 (7), 2053-2058, 2014
Developmental coordination disorder: a review and update
JG Zwicker, C Missiuna, SR Harris, LA Boyd
European Journal of Paediatric Neurology 16 (6), 573-581, 2012
Biomarkers of stroke recovery: consensus-based core recommendations from the stroke recovery and rehabilitation roundtable
LA Boyd, KS Hayward, NS Ward, CM Stinear, C Rosso, RJ Fisher, ...
International Journal of Stroke 12 (5), 480-493, 2017
Promoting neuroplasticity for motor rehabilitation after stroke: considering the effects of aerobic exercise and genetic variation on brain-derived neurotrophic factor
CS Mang, KL Campbell, CJD Ross, LA Boyd
Physical therapy 93 (12), 1707-1716, 2013
Cervicovestibular rehabilitation in sport-related concussion: a randomised controlled trial
KJ Schneider, WH Meeuwisse, A Nettel-Aguirre, K Barlow, L Boyd, J Kang, ...
British journal of sports medicine 48 (17), 1294-1298, 2014
Aerobic exercise improves cognition and motor function poststroke
BM Quaney, LA Boyd, JM McDowd, LH Zahner, J He, MS Mayo, ...
Neurorehabilitation and neural repair 23 (9), 879-885, 2009
Brain activation associated with motor skill practice in children with developmental coordination disorder: an fMRI study
JG Zwicker, C Missiuna, SR Harris, LA Boyd
International Journal of Developmental Neuroscience 29 (2), 145-152, 2011
Understanding the role of the primary somatosensory cortex: Opportunities for rehabilitation
MR Borich, SM Brodie, WA Gray, S Ionta, LA Boyd
Neuropsychologia 79, 246-255, 2015
Neural correlates of developmental coordination disorder: a review of hypotheses
JG Zwicker, C Missiuna, LA Boyd
Journal of child neurology 24 (10), 1273-1281, 2009
Does the representation of time depend on the cerebellum? Effect of cerebellar stroke
DL Harrington, RR Lee, LA Boyd, SZ Rapcsak, RT Knight
Brain 127 (3), 561-574, 2004
A single bout of high-intensity aerobic exercise facilitates response to paired associative stimulation and promotes sequence-specific implicit motor learning
CS Mang, NJ Snow, KL Campbell, CJD Ross, LA Boyd
Journal of applied physiology 117 (11), 1325-1336, 2014
Neural representation of interval encoding and decision making
DL Harrington, LA Boyd, AR Mayer, DM Sheltraw, RR Lee, M Huang, ...
Cognitive Brain Research 21 (2), 193-205, 2004
Moving rehabilitation research forward: developing consensus statements for rehabilitation and recovery research
J Bernhardt, K Borschmann, L Boyd, S Thomas Carmichael, D Corbett, ...
International journal of stroke 11 (4), 454-458, 2016
Brain activation of children with developmental coordination disorder is different than peers
JG Zwicker, C Missiuna, SR Harris, LA Boyd
Pediatrics 126 (3), e678-e686, 2010
Explicit information interferes with implicit motor learning of both continuous and discrete movement tasks after stroke
LA Boyd, CJ Winstein
Journal of Neurologic Physical Therapy 30 (2), 46-57, 2006
Impact of explicit information on implicit motor-sequence learning following middle cerebral artery stroke
LA Boyd, CJ Winstein
Physical Therapy 83 (11), 976-989, 2003
Providing explicit information disrupts implicit motor learning after basal ganglia stroke
LA Boyd, CJ Winstein
Learning & memory 11 (4), 388-396, 2004
Implicit motor-sequence learning in humans following unilateral stroke: the impact of practice and explicit knowledge
LA Boyd, CJ Winstein
Neuroscience letters 298 (1), 65-69, 2001
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