Josephson MD, Rose WC, Knight CA. (2019) Evidence of bilinearity in the relationship between rate of neuromuscular excitation and rate of force development. Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology.[Epub ahead of print] PubMed PMID: 31525632.

Josephson, M., & Knight, C. A. (2018). Comparison of neural excitation measures from the surface electromyogram during rate-    dependent muscle contractions. Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology.

Bellumori, M., Uygur, M., & Knight, C. A. (2017). High-Speed Cycling Intervention Improves Rate-Dependent Mobility in Older Adults. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise49(1).

Uygur, M., Bellumori, M., & Knight, C. A. (2017). Effects of a low-resistance, interval bicycling intervention in Parkinson’s Disease. Physiotherapy Theory and Practice33(12).

Singh, H., Whitney, D. G., Knight, C. A., Miller, F., Manal, K., Kolm, P., & Modlesky, C. M. (2016). Site-Specific Transmission of a Floor-Based, High-Frequency, Low-Magnitude Vibration Stimulus in Children with Spastic Cerebral Palsy Presented to the American Academy of Cerebral Palsy and Developmental Medicine, September 9-13, 2014, San Diego, CA. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation97(2).

Hanlon, S., Caccese, J., Knight, C. A., Swanik, C. B., & Kaminski, T. W. (2016). Examining ankle-joint laxity using 2 knee positions and with simulated muscle guarding. Journal of Athletic Training51(2).

Uygur, M., Bellumori, M., Lenoir, K., Poole, K., Pretzer-Aboff, I., & Knight, C. A. (2015). Immediate effects of high-speed cycling intervals on bradykinesia in Parkinson’s disease. Physiotherapy Theory and Practice31(2).

Deangelis, A. I., Needle, A. R., Kaminski, T. W., Royer, T. R., Knight, C. A., & Swanik, C. B. (2015). An acoustic startle alters knee joint stiffness and neuromuscular control. Scandinavian Journal of Medicine and Science in Sports25(4).

Bellumori, M., Jaric, S., & Knight, C. A. (2013). Age-related decline in the rate of force development scaling factor. Motor Control17(4).

Rosen, A., Swanik, C., Thomas, S., Glutting, J., Knight, C., & Kaminski, T. W. (2013). Differences in lateral drop jumps from an unknown height among individuals with functional ankle instability. Journal of Athletic Training48(6).

Bozic, P. R., Celik, O., Uygur, M., Knight, C. A., & Jaric, S. (2013). Evaluation of novel tests of neuromuscular function based on brief muscle actions. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research27(6).

Gutierrez, G. M., Knight, C. A., Swanik, C. B., Royer, T., Manal, K., Caulfield, B., & Kaminski, T. W. (2012). Examining neuromuscular control during landings on a supinating platform in persons with and without ankle instability. American Journal of Sports Medicine40(1).

Bellumori, M., Jaric, S., & Knight, C. A. (2011). The rate of force development scaling factor (RFD-SF): Protocol, reliability, and muscle comparisons. Experimental Brain Research212(3).

Rose, W., & Knight, C. A. (2011). Spectral analysis of point processes: Motor unit activity and heart rate analysis. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise43(2).

de Freitas, P. B., Knight, C. A., & Barela, J. A. (2010). Postural reactions following forward platform perturbation in young, middle-age, and old adults. Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology20(4).

Fling, B. W., Knight, C. A., & Kamen, G. (2009). Relationships between motor unit size and recruitment threshold in older adults: Implications for size principle. Experimental Brain Research197(2).

Knight, C. A., Marmon, A. R., & Poojari, D. H. (2008). Postcontraction errors in isometric force control. Motor Control12(3).

Knight, C. A., & Marmon, A. R. (2008). Neural training for quick strength gains in the elderly: Strength as a learned skill. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research22(6).

Laroche, D. P., Roy, S. J., Knight, C. A., & Dickie, J. L. (2008). Elderly women have blunted response to resistance training despite reduced antagonist coactivation. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise40(9).

Knight, C. A., & Kamen, G. (2008). Relationships between voluntary activation and motor unit firing rate during maximal voluntary contractions in young and older adults. European Journal of Applied Physiology103(6).

Knight, C. A., & Kamen, G. (2007). Modulation of motor unit firing rates during a complex sinusoidal force task in young and older adults. Journal of Applied Physiology102(1).

LaRoche, D. P., Knight, C. A., Dickie, J. L., Lussier, M., & Roy, S. J. (2007). Explosive force and fractionated reaction time in elderly low- and high-active women. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise39(9).

Carter, A. B., Kaminski, T. W., Douex Jr., A. T., Knight, C. A., & Richards, J. G. (2007). Effects of high volume upper extremity plyometric training on throwing velocity and functional strength ratios of the shoulder rotators in collegiate baseball players. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research21(1).

Marwaha, R., Hall, S. J., Knight, C. A., & Jaric, S. (2006). Load and grip force coordination in static bimanual manipulation tasks in multiple sclerosis. Motor Control10(2).

Knight, C. A., & Kamen, G. (2005). Superficial motor units are larger than deeper motor units in human vastus lateralis muscle. Muscle and Nerve31(4).

Knight, C. A. (2005). Applications of the H reflex and transcranial magnetic stimulation. Athletic Therapy Today10(3).

Jaric, S., Knight, C. A., Collins, J. J., & Marwaha, R. (2005). Evaluation of a method for bimanual testing coordination of hand grip and load forces under isometric conditions. Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology15(6).

Knight, C. A. (2004). Neuromotor issues in the learning and control of golf skill. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport75(1).

Knight, C. A., & Kamen, G. (2004). Enhanced motor unit rate coding with improvements in a force-matching task. Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology14(6).

Kamen, G., & Knight, C. A. (2004). Training-related adaptations in motor unit discharge rate in young and older adults. Journals of Gerontology – Series A Biological Sciences and Medical Sciences59(12).

Price, T. B., Kamen, G., Damon, B. M., Knight, C. A., Applegate, B., Gore, J. C., … Signorile, J. F. (2003). Comparison of MRI with EMG to study muscle activity associated with dynamic plantar flexion. Magnetic Resonance Imaging21(8).

Sayers, S. P., Knight, C. A., & Clarkson, P. M. (2003). Neuromuscular variables affecting the magnitude of force loss after eccentric exercise. Journal of Sports Sciences21(5).

Sayers, S. P., Peters, B. T., Knight, C. A., Urso, M. L., Parkington, J., & Clarkson, P. M. (2003). Short-term immobilization after eccentric exercise. Part I: Contractile properties. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise35(5).

Knight, C. A., Rutledge, C. R., Cox, M. E., Acosta, M., & Hall, S. J. (2001). Effect of superficial heat, deep heat, and active exercise warm-up on the extensibility of the plantar flexors. Physical Therapy81(6).

Knight, C. A., & Kamen, G. (2001). Adaptations in muscular activation of the knee extensor muscles with strength training in young and older adults. Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology11(6).

Sayers, S. P., Knight, C. A., Clarkson, P. M., Van Wegen, E. H., & Kamen, G. (2001). Effect of ketoprofen on muscle function and sEMG activity after eccentric exercise. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise33(5).

Knight, C. A., & Caldwell, G. E. (2000). Muscular and metabolic costs of uphill backpacking: Are hiking poles beneficial? Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise32(12).


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