Jeffrey M. Hausdorff
Treadmill training in Parkinson’s disease is underpinned by the interregional connectivity in cortical-subcortical network
Dopaminergic therapy and prefrontal activation during walking in individuals with Parkinson's disease: does the levodopa overdose hypothesis extend to gait?
Which obstacle attributes place additional demands on higher-level cognitive function in patients with Parkinson's disease?
Prefrontal cortex activation during obstacle negotiation: What's the effect size and timing?
Evidence for Differential Effects of 2 Forms of Exercise on Prefrontal Plasticity During Walking in Parkinson's Disease
Treadmill walking reduces pre-frontal activation in patients with Parkinson's disease
When is Higher Level Cognitive Control Needed for Locomotor Tasks Among Patients with Parkinson's Disease?
Effects of aging on prefrontal brain activation during challenging walking conditions
Measuring prefrontal cortical activity during dual task walking in patients with Parkinson's disease: Feasibility of using a new portable fNIRS device
The Role of the Frontal Lobe in Complex Walking among Patients with Parkinson's Disease and Healthy Older Adults: An fNIRS Study
Changes in oxygenated hemoglobin link freezing of gait to frontal activation in patients with Parkinson disease: an fNIRS study of transient motor-cognitive failures
Increased frontal brain activation during walking while dual tasking: An fNIRS study in healthy young adults