E. Paul Zehr

Neuroscience, Division of Medical Sciences, University of Victoria
E-mail: pzehr@uvic.ca
Page: http://zehr.ca/

Fields of interest:

coordination during walking, neuromuscular plasticity and rehabilitation.

Recent Publications:

Lamont EV, Zehr EP:
Multi-frequency arm cycling reveals bilateral locomotor coupling to increase movement symmetry,
Exp. Brain Res., 2011, 211, 299-312

Klimstra MD, Thomas E, Zehr PE:
Biomechanical outcomes and neural correlates of cutaneous reflexes evoked during rhythmic arm cycling,
J. Biomech., 2011, 44, 802-809

Haridas C, Zehr EP, Misiaszek JE:
Adaptation of cutaneous stumble correction when stumbling is part of the locomotor environment,
J. Neurophysiol., 2008, 99, 2789-2797

Stoloff R, Zehr EP, Ferris DP:
Recumbent stepping has similar but simpler neural control compared to walking,
Exp. Brain Res., 2007, 178, 427-438

Zehr EP, Klimstra M, Dragert K, Barzi Y, Bowden MG, Javan B, Phadke C:
Enhancement of arm and leg locomotor coupling with augmented cutaneous feedback from the hand,
J. Neurophysiol., 2007, 98, 1810-1814

Carroll TJ, Baldwin ERL, Collins DF, Zehr EP:
Corticospinal excitability is lower during rhythmic arm movement than during tonic contraction,
J. Neurophysiol., 2006, 95, 914-921

Zehr EP:
Neural control of rhythmic human movement: the common core hypothesis,
Exerc. Sport Sci. Rev,. 2005, 35, 54-60

Zehr EP, Hundza SR:
Forward and backward arm cycling are regulated by equivalent neural mechanisms,
J. Neurophysiol., 2005, 93, 633-640

Zehr EP, Carroll TJ, Chua R, Collins DF, Frigon A, Haridas C, Hundza SR, Kido A:
Possible contributions of spinal CPG activity to rhythmic human arm movement,
Can. J. Physiol. Pharm., 2004, 82, 566-568

Zehr EP, Haridas C:
Modulation of cutaneous reflexes in arm muscles during walking: further evidence for similar control mechanisms for rhythmic human arm and leg movements,
Exp. Brain Res., 2003, 149, 260-266