View Full Version : references Reli/asymm

B7gw000__ron Turchyniak
04-22-1993, 05:15 PM
In the last few weeks I asked several quest
Thanks to all those who replied.

Here is 'brief' reference list.. gathered in the discussions
{for those interested in GAIT}
__________________________________________________ _______

__________________________________________________ _______

Bates, B.T., Devita, P., & Lander, J.E. (1984). Reliability of
ground reaction force data. Proceedings of the Third Biannual
Conference of the Canadian Society for Biomechanics (CSB) (pp. 77-
78). Winnipeg, MB.

Bates, B.T.,McCaw, S.T., Simpson, K.J., & Dufek, J.S. (1988). Intraday
variability of two performer-measurement systems. In G. DeGroot, P.
Hollander, P.Huijing, G.J.V.I. Schenou (Eds.). International Series
on Biomechanics, XI-B, 7-B (pp 1090-1092). Netherlands, Amsterdam:
Free University Press.

Brodsky, J.W., Kourosh, S., Mooney, V. (1989). Objective evaluation
and review of commercial gait analysis systems. The American
Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society, 19th annual meeting, Las Vegas,

DeVita, P. and B.T. Bates (1988). Intraday reliability of ground
reaction force data. Jounral of Human Movement Science 7:73-85.

Devita, P., Bates, B.T., & Lander, J.E. (1984). The evaluation of
foot function using two measurement systems. Proceedings of the
Third Biannual Conference of the Canadian Society for Biomechanics
(CSB) (pp. 83-84). Winnipeg, MB.

Hughes, J., Pratt, L., Linge, K., Clark, P., & Klenerman, L. (1991).
Reliability of pressure measurements: the EMED F system. Clinical
Biomechanics, 6 14-18.

Wertsch, et al. (1992). A portable insole plantar pressure measurement
system. Journal of Rehabilitation Research and Development. 29


Bates, B.T., Dufek, J.S. & Howard, D. (1992), The effect of trial
size on statistical power. Med. Sci. Sports Exerc. 24(9), 1059-1064.


Dewar, M.E., & Judge.,G. (1980). Temporal asymmetry as a gait quality
indicator. Medical & Biological Engineering & Computing, 18, 689-

Gundersen, L.A., Valle, D.R., Barr A.E et al. (1989). Bilateral
analysis of the knee and ankle during gait: An examination of the
relationship between lateral dominance and symmetry. Physical
Therapy, 69(8) 640-650.

Hamill, J.B., Bates, B.T., and Knutzen, K.M. (1983). Ground reaction
force symmetry during walking and running. Medicine and Science in
Sports and Exercise, 15 , 170.

Herzog, W., Nigg, B.M., and Read, L.J. (1989).
Asymmetries in ground reaction force patterns in
normal human gait. Medicine and Science in Sports and
Exercise, 21 (1), 110-114.

Jarrett, M.O., Moore, P.R., & Swanson, J.G. (1980). Assessment of gait
using components of the ground reaction force vector. Medical and
Biological Engineering and Computing. 18: 685-688.

Matsusaka, N., Fujita, M., Hamamina, A.,
Norimatsu, T., & Suzuki, R. (1985). Relationship
between right and left legs in human gait from a
viewpoint of balance control. In D.A. Winter, R.W.
Norman, R.P. Wells, K.C. Hayes, & A.E. Patla (Eds.),
Biomechanics IX-A (pp. 427-430). Champaign, IL: Human

Suhail, A., Haleem, A. (1985). Left turnings save time. Ergonomics,
28(10) 1483-1487.

Vagenas, G., & Hoshizaki, T.B. (1986). Optimization of an asymetrical
motor skill: sprint start. International Journal of Sports
Biomechanics. 2: 29-40.

Vagenas, G., & Hoshizaki, T.B. (1991). Functional asymmetries and
lateral dominance in the lower limbs of distance runners.
International Journal of Sports Biomechanics. 7: 311-329.

Vanden-Abeele, J. (1980). Comments on the functional asymmetries of
the lower extremities. Cortex. 16: 325-329.
Ron Turchyniak