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Evidence of a link between fall-related anxiety and high-risk patterns of visual search in older adults during adaptive locomotion
TJ Ellmers, AJ Cocks, WR Young
The Journals of Gerontology: Series A 75 (5), 961-967, 2020
352020
Conscious motor control impairs attentional processing efficiency during precision stepping
TJ Ellmers, WR Young
Gait & posture 63, 58-62, 2018
352018
Gazing into thin air: the dual-task costs of movement planning and execution during adaptive gait
TJ Ellmers, AJ Cocks, M Doumas, AM Williams, WR Young
PloS one 11 (11), e0166063, 2016
352016
The influence of anxiety and attentional focus on visual search during adaptive gait.
TJ Ellmers, WR Young
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 45 (6), 697, 2019
292019
A validation of neural co-activation as a measure of attentional focus in a postural task
TJ Ellmers, G Machado, TWL Wong, F Zhu, AM Williams, WR Young
Gait & Posture 50, 229-231, 2016
282016
Revisiting the relationship between internal focus and balance control in young and older adults
VWK Chow, TJ Ellmers, WR Young, TCT Mak, TWL Wong
Frontiers in neurology 9, 1131, 2019
262019
Exploring attentional focus of older adult fallers during heightened postural threat
TJ Ellmers, AJ Cocks, WR Young
Psychological research 84, 1877-1889, 2020
192020
Recalibrating disparities in perceived and actual balance abilities in older adults: a mixed-methods evaluation of a novel exergaming intervention
TJ Ellmers, IT Paraskevopoulos, AM Williams, WR Young
Journal of neuroengineering and rehabilitation 15, 1-12, 2018
182018
Consciously processing balance leads to distorted perceptions of instability in older adults
TJ Ellmers, EC Kal, WR Young
Journal of Neurology 268, 1374-1384, 2021
172021
Face masks, vision, and risk of falls
EC Kal, WR Young, TJ Ellmers
bmj 371, 2020
162020
Re-evaluating the measurement and influence of conscious movement processing on gait performance in older adults: Development of the Gait-Specific Attentional Profile
WR Young, TJ Ellmers, NP Kinrade, J Cossar, AJ Cocks
Gait & Posture 81, 73-77, 2020
102020
Fear of falling alters anticipatory postural control during cued gait initiation
TJ Ellmers, A Maslivec, WR Young
Neuroscience 438, 41-49, 2020
102020
Conscious movement processing, fall-related anxiety, and the visuomotor control of locomotion in older adults
TJ Ellmers, AJ Cocks, EC Kal, WR Young
The Journals of Gerontology: Series B 75 (9), 1911-1920, 2020
92020
Integratingfall-risk assessments within a simple balance exergame
TJ Ellmers, WR Young, IT Paraskevopoulos
2017 9th International Conference on Virtual Worlds and Games for Serious …, 2017
62017
Short-latency inhibition mitigates the relationship between conscious movement processing and overly cautious gait
TJ Ellmers, EC Kal, JK Richardson, WR Young
Age and ageing 50 (3), 830-837, 2021
52021
Standing up to threats: Translating the two-system model of fear to balance control in older adults
TJ Ellmers, MR Wilson, EC Kal, WR Young
Experimental Gerontology 158, 111647, 2022
42022
Dog‐assisted interventions in care homes: A qualitative exploration of the nature, meaning and impact of interactions for older people
B Jain, T Hafford‐Letchfield, T Ellmers, C Chandra, B Billings, R Teacher, ...
Health & Social Care in the Community 29 (5), 1450-1460, 2021
42021
Explicit motor learning interventions are still relevant for ACL injury rehabilitation: do not put all your eggs in the implicit basket!
E Kal, T Ellmers, J Diekfuss, M Winters, J Van Der Kamp
British Journal of Sports Medicine, 2021
42021
A scoping review exploring the ‘grey area’of suicide-related expression in later life: Developing a conceptual framework for professional engagement
T Hafford-Letchfield, B Jain, H Gleeson, C Roesch, T Ellmers
Ageing & Society, 1-30, 2022
32022
Protective or harmful? A qualitative exploration of older people’s perceptions of worries about falling
TJ Ellmers, MR Wilson, M Norris, WR Young
Age and ageing 51 (4), afac067, 2022
32022
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