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David P. Dillard
01-09-2004, 01:52 PM
BIOMECHANICS: PUBLICATIONS: Some Examples of Recent Discussions of
Biomechanics from the Social Science Literature and Beyond and Selected
Interdisciplinary Web Resources That Relate to Biomechanics

Neuromodulated control of bipedal locomotion using a polymorphic CPG
circuit.
Ishiguro, Akio; Fujii, Akinobu; Eggenberger Hotz, Peter;
Adaptive Behavior, Vol 11(1) Winter 2003 p. 7-17

Motor effects of GABA-sub(A ) antagonism in globus pallidus: Studies of
locomotion and tremulous jaw movements in rats.
Wisniecki, Anna; Correa, Merce; Arizzi, Maria N.;
Psychopharmacology, Vol 170(2), November 2003. p. 140-149

Evolution of avian locomotion: Correlates of flight size, locomotor
modules, nesting biology, body size, development, and the origin of
flapping flight.
Dial, Kenneth P.;
Auk, Vol 120(4) October 2003 p. 941-952

The magnitude and the extinction duration of the cocaine-induced
conditioned locomotion-activated response are related to the number of
cocaine injections paired with the testing context in C57BL/6J mice.
Michel, Anne; Tambour, Sophie; Tirelli, Ezio;
Behavioural Brain Research, Vol 145(1-2) October 2003

Who Is Teaching Whom? Pedagogical Messages in Locomotion
Hinton-Johnson, KaaVonia;
English Record, 2003 Fall Vol 54 (1) p. 20-29

Locomotion, assessment, and regulatory fit: Value transfer from "how" to
"what".
Avnet, Tamar; Higgins, E. Tory;
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology,
Vol 39(5) Sepember 2003 p. 525-530

An Integrated Approach to the Introductory Biomechanics Course.
Knudson, Duane.
Physical Educator, v. 60 no. 3 Fall 2003 p. 122-133

State-dependent and odor-mediated anemotactic responses of a
micro-arthropod on a novel type of locomotion compensator.
van Tilborg, Merijn; van der Pers, Jan N. C.; Roessingh, Peter;
Behavior Research Methods, Instruments & Computers,
Vol 35 (3) August 2003 p. 478-482

Sensitised locomotion does not predict conditioned locomotion in
cocaine-treated mice: further evidence against the excitatory conditioning
model of context-dependent sensitisation. Tirelli, Ezio; Tambour, Sophie;
Michel, Anne; European Neuropsychopharmacology,
Vol 13 (4) August 2003 p. 289-296

Integration of motor and visual information in the parietal area 5 during
locomotion. Beloozerova, Irina N.; Sirota, Mikhail G.;
Journal of Neurophysiology,
Vol 90 (2) Aug 2003 p. 961-971

Correlation between exposure to biomechanical stress and Whiplash
Associated Disorders (WAD). Castro, William H. M.; Pain Research &
Management,
Vol 8 (2) Summer 2003
Special Issue: International Congress on Whiplash Associated Disorders;
Berne, Switzerland, March 8 to 10, 2001: Part 2. pp. 76-78.

Attentional focus influences the walk-run transition in human locomotion.
Daniels, Gregory L.; Newell, Karl M.;
Biological Psychology, Vol 63 (2) May 2003 p. 163-178

Neural correlates of Pavlovian conditioning in components of the neural
network supporting ciliary locomotion
in Hermissenda. Crow, Terry; Tian, Lian-Ming;
Learning & Memory, Vol 10 (3) May-June 2003

Clorgyline-induced switch from locomotion to mouthing in sensitization to
the dopamine D-sub-2/D-sub-3 agonist quinpirole in rats: Role of sigma and
imidazoline I-sub-2 receptors. Culver, Kirsten E.; Szechtman, Henry;
Psychopharmacology,
Vol 167 (2) May 2003 p. 211-218

Voles scale locomotion to the size of the open-field by adjusting the
distance between stops: A possible link to path integration.
Eilam, David; Dank, Maya; Maurer, Roland;
Behavioural Brain Research, Vol 141 (1) April 2003 p. 73-81

Rewarding injections of cholinergic agonist carbachol into the ventral
tegmental area induce locomotion and c-Fos expression in the retrosplenial
area and supramammillary nucleus.
Ikemoto, Satoshi; Witkin, Brian M.; Morales, Marisela;
Brain Research, Vol 969 (1-2) April 2003 p. 78-87

Locomotion, incidental learning, and the selection of spatial reference
systems.
Valiquette, Christine M.; McNamara, Timothy P.; Smith, Keith;
Memory & Cognition, Vol 31 (3) April 2003 p. 479-489

The learning of goal-directed locomotion: A perception-action perspective.
Montagne, Gilles; Buekers, Martinus; Camachon, Cyril;
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Experimental Psychology,
Vol 56A(3) April 2003 p. 551-567

The role of locomotion in the acquisition and transfer of spatial
knowledge in children.
Lehnung, Maria; Leplow, Bernd; Ekroll, Vebjoern;
Scandinavian Journal of Psychology, Vol 44 (2) April 2003 p. 79-86

Dynamic Plantar Pressure Distribution During Terrestrial Locomotion of
Bonobos (Pan paniscus).
By: Vereecke, Evie; D'Aout, Kristiaan; Clercq, Dirk De.
American Journal of Physical Anthropology
v. 120 no. 4 April 2003 p. 373-83

Biomechanical activity devices to index wandering behavior in dementia.
Algase, Donna L.; Beattie, Elizabeth R. A.; Leitsch, Sara A.; American
Journal of Alzheimer's Disease & Other Dementias,
Vol 18 (2) March-April 2003 p. 85-92

A quantum biomechanical basis for near-death life reviews. Beck, Thomas
E.; Colli, Janet E.;
Journal of Near-Death Studies, Vol 21 (3) Spring 2003 p. 169-189

Injury biomechanics of the cervical spine in car collisions: Some needs
for further research. Svensson, Mats Y.;
Pain Research & Management,
Vol 8 (1), Spring 2003
Special Issue: International Congress on Whiplash
Associated Disorders, Berne, Switzerland,
March 8 to 10, 2001: Part 1. p. 44-46

Biomechanical Analysis of Running in Military Boots with New and Degraded
Insoles.
Dixon, Sharon J.; Waterworth, Claire; Smith, Calum V..
Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise,
v. 35 no. 3 March 2003 p. 472-9

Biomechanical Consequences of Impairment: A Taxonomically Valid Basis for
Classification in a Unified Disability Athletics System. By: Tweedy, Sean
M..
Research Quarterly for Exercise & Sport,
v. 74 no. 1 March 2003 p. 9-16

Repeated predictable or unpredictable stress: Effects on cocaine-induced
locomotion and cyclic AMP-dependent protein kinase activity.
Araujo, Ana Paula N.; DeLucia, Roberto; Scavone, Cristoforo;
Behavioural Brain Research, Vol 139 (1-2) February 2003 p. 75-81

Gaze during visually-guided locomotion in cats.
Fowler, Garth A.; Sherk, Helen;
Behavioural Brain Research,
Vol 139 (1-2) February 2003 p. 83-96

Drugs, flies, and videotape: The effects of ethanol and cocaine on
Drosophila locomotion.
Rothenfluh, Adrian; Heberlein, Ulrike;
Current Opinion in Neurobiology,
Vol 12 (6) December 2002 p. 639-645

Rate of change of angular bearing as the relevant property in a horizontal
intercepting task during locomotion. Lenoir, Matthieu; Musch, Eliane;
Savelsbergh, Geert J. P.;
Journal of Motor Behavior
Vol 34 (4) December 2002 pp. 385-401

Changes in biomechanical features of the two-point touch technique as it
is learned. Wall, Robert S.; Ashmead, Daniel H.;
Journal of Visual Impairment & Blindness
Vol 96 (12) December 2002 p. 829-841

The role of handedness in graphic production: Interactions between
biomechanical and cognitive factors in drawing development. Braswell,
Gregory S.; Rosengren, Karl S.;
British Journal of Developmental Psychology,
Vol 20 (4) November 2002 p. 581-599

Here are some interdisciplinary internet resources that touch both
biomechanics and the social sciences.

Institute of Sports Science and Clinical Biomechanics


Kinesiology And Health Science Links


Web Resources in KINESIOLOGY


Sport: Internet Resources


Geometry.Net - Science: Sports Sciences


Links to Psychology Information on Internet


This is of course the tip of the iceberg, but hopefully will help those
interested to find interdisciplinary literature which touches biomechanics
and locomotion issues.


Sincerely,
David Dillard
Temple University
(215) 204 - 4584
jwne@astro.temple.edu




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