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(82)       Jaekwan K Park, Nicolaas E.P. Deutz, Hangue Park, Michael L. Madigan, Clayton L. Cruthirds, Sarah K. Kirschner, Mariëlle P.K.J Engelen.  Risk factors for postural and functional balance impairment in patients with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease.  (accepted to Journal of Clinical Medicine on Feb 20, 2020)

(81)*     Aviles J, Porter GC, Estabrooks PA, Alexander NB, Madigan ML. Potential implementation of reactive balance training within continuing care retirement communities. (accepted by Translational Journal of the American College of Sports Medicine on 9-23-19)

(80)*     Koushyar H, Anderson DE, Nussbaum MA, Madigan ML. Relative effort while walking is higher among women who are obese, and older women. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise (2020) 52(1):105-111.


(79)*     Aviles J, Allin LJ, Van Mullekom J, Nussbaum MA, Alexander NB, Madigan ML.  Comparison of treadmill trip-like training versus Tai Chi to improve reactive balance among older adult residents of senior housing: a pilot controlled trial. Journals of Gerontology: Medical Sciences (2019) 74(9):1497-1503.


(78)*     Koushyar H, Bieryla, KA, Nussbaum MA, Madigan ML. Age-related strength loss affects non-stepping balance recovery. PLOS ONE 14(1): e0210049.

(77)*     Allin LJ, Nussbaum MA, Madigan ML. Two novel slip training methods improve the likelihood of recovering balance and avoiding a fall after a laboratory-induced slip. Journal of Applied Biomechanics (2019) 35(1):37-43.

(76)*     Madigan ML, Aviles J, Allin LJ, Nussbaum MA. Alexander NB. A reactive balance rating method that correlates with kinematics after trip-like perturbations on a treadmill and fall risk among residents of older adult congregate housing. Journal of Gerontology: Medical Sciences (2018) 73(9):1222-1228.


(75)*    Allin, LJ, Nussbaum MA, Madigan ML. Feet kinematics upon slipping discriminate between recoveries and three types of slip-induced falls. Ergonomics, 2018, 61(6): 866-876. 
(74)*    Webster CA, Nussbaum MA and Madigan ML. Stiffness and proprioceptive contributions of ankle braces and the influence of localized muscle fatigue. Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology (2017) 34:37-43.
(73)*    Arena SL, Garman CR, Nussbaum MA, Madigan ML. Required friction during overground walking is lower among obese versus non-obese older men, but does not differ with obesity among women. Applied Ergonomics (2017) 62:77-82.

(72)*    Koushyar H, Nussbaum MA, Davy KP, Madigan ML. Relative Strength at the Hip, Knee, and Ankle is Lower among Younger and Older Females Who Are Obese. Journal of Geriatric Physical Therapy (2017) 40:143-149.


(71)*    Byju AG, Nussbaum MA, Madigan ML. Alternative measures of toe trajectory more accurately 
predict the probability of tripping than minimum toe clearance. Journal of Biomechanics (2016) 49(16):4016-4021.
(70)*    Arena SL, Davis JL, Grant JW, Madigan ML. Tripping while walking elicits earlier and larger deviations in head acceleration compared to slipping PLOS ONE (2016) DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0165670
(69)*    Garman CR, Nussbaum MA, Franck CT, Madigan ML. A pilot study exploring obesity-related differences in fall rate and kinematic response resulting from a laboratory-induced trip. IIE Transactions on Occupational Ergonomics and Human Factors (2016) 4(4): 211-221.
(68)*    Wu X, Nussbaum MA, Madigan ML. Executive Function and Measures of Fall Risk among People with Obesity. Journal of Perceptual and Motor Skills 2016, Vol. 122(3): 825–839.
(67)*    Allin LJ, Wu X, Nussbaum MA, Madigan ML. Falls resulting from a laboratory-induced slip occur at a higher rate among individuals who are obese. Journal of Biomechanics (2016) 49: 678-683. 


(66)*    Garman C, Franck CH, Nussbaum MA, Madigan ML. A bootstrapping method to assess the influence of age, obesity, gender, and gait speed on probability of tripping as a function of obstacle height. Journal of Biomechanics (2015) 48(6): 1229–1232.


(65)*    Wu X, Madigan ML. Impaired Plantar Sensitivity among the Obese is Associated with Increased Postural Sway Neuroscience Letters, 2014, 583, 49-54.
(64)    Madigan ML, Rosenblatt NJ, Grabiner MD. Obesity as a Factor Contributing to Falls by Older Adults. Current Obesity Reports, 2014, 3, 348-354.
(63)*    Beringer DN, Nussbaum MA, Madigan ML. Temporal changes in the required shoe-floor friction when walking following an induced slip. PLoS ONE, 2014, 9(5), e96525.
(62)*    Anderson DE, Franck C, Madigan ML. Age differences in the required coefficient of friction during level walking do not exist when experimentally-controlling speed and step length. Journal of Applied Biomechanics, 2014, 30, 542–546.    
(61)    Pamukoff DN, Haakonssen EC, Zaccaria JA, Madigan ML, Miller ME, Marsh AP. The effects of strength and power training on single-step balance recovery in older adults: a preliminary study. Clinical Interventions in Aging, 2014, 9, 697–704.
(60)*    Anderson DE, Madigan ML. Healthy older adults have insufficient hip range of motion and plantar flexor strength to walk like healthy young adults. Journal of Biomechanics, 2014, 47(5), 1104-1109.
(59)    Easterling DR, Watson LT, Madigan ML, Castle BS, Trosset MW. Parallel deterministic and stochastic global minimization of functions with very many minima. Computational Optimization and Applications, 2014, 57, 469-492. 


(58)*    Hendershot BD, Toosizadeh N, Muslim K, Madigan ML, Nussbaum MA.  Evidence for an exposure-response relationship between trunk flexion and impairments in trunk postural control. Journal of Biomechanics, 2013, 46(14), 2554-2557.
(57)*    Toosizadeh N, Bazrgari B, Hendershot B, Muslim K, Nussbaum MA, Madigan ML.  Disturbance and recovery of trunk mechanical and neuromuscular behaviors following repetitive lifting: Influences of flexion angle and lift rate on creep-induced effects. Ergonomics, 2013, 56(6), 954-963.
(56)*    Beeman SM, Kemper AR, Madigan ML, Duma SM.  Kinetic and kinematic responses of post mortem human surrogates and the hybrid III ATD in high-speed frontal sled tests. Accident Analysis & Prevention, 2013, 55, 34-47.
(55)*    Muslim K, Bazrgari B, Hendershot B, Toosizadeh N, Nussbaum MA, Madigan ML. 
Disturbance and recovery of trunk mechanical and neuromuscular behaviors following repeated static flexion: Influences of duration and duty cycle on creep-induced effects.  Applied Ergonomics, 2013, 44(4), 643-651.
(54)*    Miller EM, Bazrgari B, Nussbaum MA, Madigan ML. Effects of exercise-induced low back pain on intrinsic trunk stiffness and paraspinal muscle reflexes. Journal of Biomechanics, 2013, 46, 801-805.
(53)*    Toosizadeh N, Nussbaum MA, Bazrgari B, Madigan ML.  Load-relaxation properties of the human trunk in response to prolonged flexion: measuring and modeling the effect of flexion angle. PLoS ONE, 2012, 7(11), e48625. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0048625
(52)*    Anderson DE, Madigan ML. Effects of age-related differences in femoral loading and bone mineral density on strains in the proximal femur during controlled walking. Journal of Applied Biomechanics, 2013, 29, 505-516.


(51)*    Hendershot BD, Bazrgari B, Nussbaum MA, Madigan ML. Within- and between-day reliability of trunk mechanical behaviors estimated using position-controlled perturbations. Journal of Biomechanics, 2012, 45(11), 2019-2022.
(50)*    Miller EM, Bazrgari B, Nussbaum MA, Madigan ML. Effects of gender, preload, and trunk angle on intrinsic trunk stiffness. Journal of Musculoskeletal Research, 2012, 15(2).
(49)*    Costello KE, Matrangola SL, Madigan ML. Independent effects of adding weight and inertia on postural sway during quiet standing. BioMedical Engineering OnLine 2012, 11:20.
(48)*    Beeman SM, Kemper AR, Madigan ML, Franck CT, Loftus SC.  Occupant kinematics in low-speed frontal sled tests: human volunteers, hybrid III ATD, and PMHS. Accident Analysis & Prevention, 2012, 47, 128-139. 
(47)*    Lin, D, Nussbaum, MA,  Madigan, ML Efficacy of three interventions at mitigating the adverse effects of muscle fatigue on postural control. Ergonomics, 2012, 55(1), 103-113.
(46)*    Singh N, Taylor WR, Madigan ML, Nussbaum MA. The spectral content of postural sway during quiet stance: influences of age, vision and somatosensory inputs. Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology, 2012, 22, 131-136.

(45)     Bazrgari B, Nussbaum MA, Madigan ML. Estimation of trunk mechanical properties using system identification: effects of experimental setup and modeling assumptions. Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering, 2012, 15(9), 1001-1009.


(44)*    Bazrgari B, Hendershot B, Muslim K, Toosizadeh N, Nussbaum MA, Madigan ML. Disturbance and recovery of trunk mechanical and neuromuscular behaviours following prolonged trunk flexion: influences of duration and external load on creep-induced effects. Ergonomics, 2011, 54(11), 1043-1052.
(43)*    Beeman SM, Kemper AR, Madigan ML, Duma SM. Effects of bracing on human kinematics in low-speed frontal sled tests. Annals of Biomedical Engineering, 2011, 39(12), 2998-3010.
(42)*    Miller E, Matrangola SL, Madigan ML. Effects of obesity on balance recovery from small postural perturbations. Ergonomics, 2011, 54(6), 547-554.
(41)*    Bieryla KB, Madigan ML. Proof of concept for perturbation-based balance training among older adults at a high risk of falls. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehab, 2011, 92(5), 841-843.
(40)*    Matrangola SL, Madigan ML. The effects of obesity on balance recovery using an ankle strategy. Human Movement Science, 2011, 30, 584-595.
(39)*    Davidson BS, Madigan ML, Southward SC, Nussbaum MA. Neural control of posture during small magnitude perturbations: The effects of aging and localized muscle fatigue IEEE Transactions on Bio-Medical Engineering, 2011, 58(6), 1546-1554.
(38)*    Hendershot B, Bazrgari B, Muslim K, Toosizadeh N, Nussbaum MA, Madigan ML. Disturbance and recovery of intrinsic stiffness and reflexive muscle responses following prolonged trunk flexion: influences of flexion angle and duration. Clinical Biomechanics, 2011, 26(3), 250-256.
(37)*    Bazrgari B, Nussbaum MA, Madigan ML, Shirazi-Adl A. Soft tissue wobbling affects trunk dynamic response to sudden anterior perturbations. Journal of Biomechanics, 2011, 44(3), 547-551.
(36)*    Wojcik LA, Nussbaum MA, Lin D, Shibata PA and Madigan ML.  Age and gender moderate the effects of localized muscle fatigue on lower extremity joint torques used during quiet stance. Human Movement Science, 2011, 30(3), 574-583.


(35)*    Shain KS, Madigan ML, Rowson S, Bisplinghoff J, Duma S. Analysis of the ability of catcher's masks to attenuate head accelerations upon impact with a baseball. Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine, 2010, 20(6), 422-427.
(34)*    Miller E, Slota GP, Agnew MJ, Madigan ML. Females exhibit shorter paraspinal reflex latencies than males in response to sudden trunk flexion perturbations. Clinical Biomechanics, 2010, 25(6), 541-545.
(33)*    Anderson DE, Madigan ML, Nussbaum MA. A new method for gravity correction of dynamometer data and determining passive elastic moments at the joint.  Journal of Biomechanics, 2010, 43(6), 1220-1223.


(32)*    Qu X, Nussbaum MA, Madigan ML. Model-based assessments of the effects of age and ankle fatigue on the control of upright posture in humans. Gait & Posture, 2009, 30, 518-522.
(31)*    Singh NB, Nussbaum MA, Madigan ML. Evaluation of circumferential pressure as an intervention to mitigate postural instability induced by localized muscle fatigue at the ankle. International Journal of Industrial Engineering, 2009, 39, 821-827.
(30)*    Matrangola SL, Madigan ML. The relative effects of weight loss and strength training on balance recovery. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 2009, 41(7), 1488-1493.
(29)*    Lin D, Nussbaum MA, Seol H, Singh NB, Madigan ML, Wojcik LA. Acute effects of localized muscle fatigue on postural control and patterns of recovery during upright stance:  influence of fatigue location and age. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 2009, 106(3), 425-434.
(28)*    Davidson BS, Madigan ML, Nussbaum MA, Wojcik LA. Effects of localized muscle fatigue on recovery from a postural perturbation without stepping. Gait & Posture,  2009, 29, 552-557.
(27)*    Anderson DA, Madigan ML, Nussbaum MA. An algorithm for directly fitting a moment-angle-angular velocity model to maximum voluntary muscular moment measured with an isokinetic dynamometer. Isokinetics and Exercise Science, 2009, 17, 51-56.
(26)*    Bieryla KA, Anderson DA, Madigan ML. Estimations of relative effort during sit-to-stand increase when accounting for variations in maximum voluntary torque with joint angle and angular velocity. Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology, 2009, 19, 139-144.


(25)*    Matrangola SM, Madigan ML, Nussbaum MA, Ross R, Davy KD. Changes in body segment inertial parameters of obese with weight loss.  Journal of Biomechanics, 2008, 41, 3278-3281.
(24)*    Lee H, Granata KP, Madigan ML. Effects of trunk exertion force and direction on postural control of the trunk during unstable sitting. Clinical Biomechanics, 2008, 23(5), 505-509.
(23)*    Franklin TC, Granata KP, Hendricks SL, Madigan ML. Linear time delay methods and stability analyses of the human spine: effects of neuromuscular reflex response. IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering, 2008 Aug, 16(4), 353-359.
(22)*    Lin D, Seol H, Nussbaum M, Madigan ML. Reliability of COP-based postural sway measures and age-related differences. Gait & Posture, 2008, 28, 337-342.
(21)*    Slota GP, Granata KP, Madigan ML. Effects of seated whole-body vibration on postural control of the trunk during unstable seated balance.  Clinical Biomechanics, 2008, 23(4), 381-386.
(20)*    Kim S, Nussbaum MA, Madigan ML. Direct parameterization of postural stability during quiet upright stance: Effects of age and altered sensory conditions.  Journal of Biomechanics, 2008, 41(2), 406-411.


(19)*    Qu X, Nussbaum MA, Madigan ML. A balance control model of quiet upright stance based on an optimal control strategy.  Journal of Biomechanics, 2007, 40(16), 3590-3597.
(18)*    Anderson DE, Madigan ML, Nussbaum MA. Maximum voluntary joint torque as a function of joint angle and angular velocity: model development and application to the lower limb Journal of Biomechanics, 2007, 40, 3105-3113.
(17)*    Bieryla KA, Madigan ML, Nussbaum MA. Practicing recovery from a simulated trip improves recovery kinematics after an actual trip. Gait & Posture, 2007, 26(2), 208-213.
(16)*    Wilson EL, Madigan ML. Effects of fatigue and gender on peroneal reflexes elicited by sudden ankle inversion Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology, 2007, 17, 160-6.


(15)*    Pline KP, Madigan ML, Nussbaum MA. Influence of fatigue time and level on increases in postural sway. Ergonomics, 2006, 49(15), 1639-1648.
(14)*    Madigan ML, Davidson BS, Nussbaum MA. Postural sway and joint kinematics during quiet standing are affected by lumbar extensor fatigue. Human Movement Science, 2006, 25, 788-799.
(13)    Madigan ML. Age-related differences in muscle power during single step balance recovery. Journal of Applied Biomechanics, 2006, 22, 185-192.
(12)*    Herrmann C, Madigan M, Davidson B, Granata K. Effect of lumbar extensor fatigue on paraspinal reflexes. Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology, 2006, 16, 637-641.
(11)*    Wilson EL, Madigan ML, Davidson BS, Nussbaum MA. Postural strategy changes with fatigue of the lumbar extensor muscles. Gait & Posture, 2006, 23, 348-354.


(10)*    Pline KM, Madigan ML, Nussbaum MA, Grange RW. Lumbar extensor fatigue and circumferential ankle pressure impair ankle joint motion sense. Neuroscience Letters, 2005, 390(1), 9-14.
(9)*    Madigan ML, Lloyd EM. Age-related differences in joint torques during the support phase of single step recovery from a forward fall, Journal of Gerontology: Medical Sciences, 2005, 60, 910-914.
(8)*    Madigan ML, Lloyd EM.  Age and stepping limb performance differences during a single step recovery from a forward fall. Journal of Gerontology: Medical Sciences, 2005, 60, 481-485.

2004 and earlier

(7)*   Davidson B, Madigan ML, Nussbaum MA. Effects of lumbar extensor fatigue and fatigue rate on postural sway. European Journal of Applied Physiology 2004, 93, 183-189.
(6)     Madigan ML, Pidcoe PE. Changes in landing biomechanics during a fatiguing landing activity. Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology, 2003, 13, 491-498. 
(5)    Arena R, Humphrey R, Peberdy M, Madigan M.  Predicting peak oxygen consumption during a conservative ramping protocol:  implications for the heart failure population.  Journal of Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation, 2003, 23, 183-189.
(4)    Arena R, Humphrey R, Peberdy M, Madigan M.  Comparison of oxygen uptake on-kinetic calculations during submaximal exercise.  Journal of Exercise Physiologyonline, 2003, 6, 1-7.
(3)    Arena R, Humphrey R, Peberdy M, Madigan M. Comparison of oxygen consumption on-kinetic calculations in heart failure. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 2002, 34(10), 1563-1569.
(2)    Madigan ML, Pidcoe PE. A muscle temperature compensation technique for EMG fatigue analysis. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 2002, 34(5), 780-784.
(1)    Miller GE, Madigan M, Fink R. A preliminary flow visualization study in a multiple disk centrifugal artificial ventricle. Artificial Organs, 1995, 19, 680-684.

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