Samuel Stuart
Samuel Stuart
Vice Chancellors Senior Research Fellow, Northumbria University
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fNIRS response during walking—Artefact or cortical activity? A systematic review
R Vitorio, S Stuart, L Rochester, L Alcock, A Pantall
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 83, 160-172, 2017
From A to Z: Wearable technology explained
A Godfrey, V Hetherington, H Shum, P Bonato, NH Lovell, S Stuart
Maturitas 113, 40-47, 2018
Cortical activity during walking and balance tasks in older adults and in people with Parkinson’s disease: a structured review
S Stuart, R Vitorio, R Morris, DN Martini, PC Fino, M Mancini
Maturitas 113, 53-72, 2018
The measurement of visual sampling during real-world activity in Parkinson's disease and healthy controls: A structured literature review
S Stuart, L Alcock, B Galna, S Lord, L Rochester
Journal of neuroscience methods 222, 175-188, 2014
Quantifying saccades while walking: validity of a novel velocity-based algorithm for mobile eye tracking
S Stuart, B Galna, S Lord, L Rochester, A Godfrey
2014 36th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in …, 2014
Validity of Mobility Lab (version 2) for gait assessment in young adults, older adults and Parkinson’s disease
R Morris, S Stuart, G McBarron, PC Fino, M Mancini, C Curtze
Physiological measurement 40 (9), 095003, 2019
Gait in Parkinson’s disease: a visuo-cognitive challenge
S Stuart, S Lord, E Hill, L Rochester
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 62, 76-88, 2016
Direct and indirect effects of attention and visual function on gait impairment in Parkinson's disease: influence of task and turning
S Stuart, B Galna, LS Delicato, S Lord, L Rochester
European Journal of Neuroscience 46 (1), 1703-1716, 2017
Assessment of the ability of open-and closed-loop cueing to improve turning and freezing in people with Parkinson’s disease
M Mancini, K Smulders, G Harker, S Stuart, JG Nutt
Scientific reports 8 (1), 1-9, 2018
Reduced gait variability and enhanced brain activity in older adults with auditory cues: a functional near-infrared spectroscopy study
R Vitorio, S Stuart, LTB Gobbi, L Rochester, L Alcock, A Pantall
Neurorehabilitation and neural repair 32 (11), 976-987, 2018
Accuracy and re-test reliability of mobile eye-tracking in Parkinson's disease and older adults
S Stuart, L Alcock, A Godfrey, S Lord, L Rochester, B Galna
Medical engineering & physics 38 (3), 308-315, 2016
Monitoring multiple cortical regions during walking in young and older adults: Dual-task response and comparison challenges
S Stuart, L Alcock, L Rochester, R Vitorio, A Pantall
International journal of psychophysiology 135, 63-72, 2019
Pre-frontal Cortical Activity During Walking and Turning is reliable and differentiates across young, older adults and people with Parkinson's disease
S Stuart, V Belluscio, J Quinn, M Mancini
Frontiers in neurology 10, 536, 2019
Instrumented gait assessment with a single wearable: an introductory tutorial
S Del Din, A Hickey, C Ladha, S Stuart, AK Bourke, P Esser, L Rochester, ...
F1000Research 5 (2323), 2323, 2016
Vision, visuo-cognition and postural control in Parkinson's disease: an associative pilot study
E Hill, S Stuart, S Lord, S Del Din, L Rochester
Gait & posture 48, 74-76, 2016
A protocol to examine vision and gait in Parkinson’s disease: impact of cognition and response to visual cues
S Stuart, B Galna, S Lord, L Rochester
F1000Research 4, 2015
Prefrontal cortical activation with open and closed-loop tactile cueing when walking and turning in Parkinson disease: a pilot study
S Stuart, M Mancini
journal of neurologic physical therapy: JNPT 44 (2), 121-131, 2020
The association between prefrontal cortex activity and turning behavior in people with and without freezing of gait
V Belluscio, S Stuart, E Bergamini, G Vannozzi, M Mancini
Neuroscience 416, 168-176, 2019
Do people with Parkinson’s disease look at task relevant stimuli when walking? An exploration of eye movements
D Hunt, S Stuart, J Nell, JM Hausdorff, B Galna, L Rochester, L Alcock
Behavioural brain research 348, 82-89, 2018
Eye-tracker algorithms to detect saccades during static and dynamic tasks: a structured review
S Stuart, A Hickey, R Vitorio, K Welman, S Foo, D Keen, A Godfrey
Physiological measurement 40 (2), 02TR01, 2019
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