Keith Lohse
Keith Lohse
Associate Professor, Washington University School of Medicine in Saint Louis
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Is more better? Using metadata to explore dose–response relationships in stroke rehabilitation
KR Lohse, CE Lang, LA Boyd
Stroke 45 (7), 2053-2058, 2014
Virtual reality therapy for adults post-stroke: a systematic review and meta-analysis exploring virtual environments and commercial games in therapy
KR Lohse, CGE Hilderman, KL Cheung, S Tatla, HFM Van der Loos
PloS one 9 (3), e93318, 2014
How changing the focus of attention affects performance, kinematics, and electromyography in dart throwing
KR Lohse, DE Sherwood, AF Healy
Human movement science 29 (4), 542-555, 2010
Video games and rehabilitation: using design principles to enhance engagement in physical therapy
K Lohse, N Shirzad, A Verster, N Hodges, HFM Van der Loos
Journal of neurologic physical therapy 37 (4), 166-175, 2013
Dose and timing in neurorehabilitation: prescribing motor therapy after stroke
CE Lang, KR Lohse, RL Birkenmeier
Current opinion in neurology 28 (6), 549-555, 2015
Motor skill acquisition across short and long time scales: a meta-analysis of neuroimaging data
KR Lohse, K Wadden, LA Boyd, NJ Hodges
Neuropsychologia 59, 130-141, 2014
Neuromuscular effects of shifting the focus of attention in a simple force production task
KR Lohse, DE Sherwood, AF Healy
Journal of Motor Behavior 43 (2), 173-184, 2011
The role of attention in motor control.
KR Lohse, M Jones, AF Healy, DE Sherwood
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 143 (2), 930, 2014
Defining the focus of attention: Effects of attention on perceived exertion and fatigue
KR Lohse, DE Sherwood
Frontiers in psychology 2, 332, 2011
Thinking about muscles: The neuromuscular effects of attentional focus on accuracy and fatigue
KR Lohse, DE Sherwood
Acta psychologica 140 (3), 236-245, 2012
On the advantage of an external focus of attention: a benefit to learning or performance?
KR Lohse, DE Sherwood, AF Healy
Human movement science 33, 120-134, 2014
The effects of reward magnitude on reward processing: An averaged and single trial event-related potential study
CC Meadows, PA Gable, KR Lohse, MW Miller
Biological Psychology 118, 154-160, 2016
Therapists’ perceptions of social media and video game technologies in upper limb rehabilitation
SK Tatla, N Shirzad, KR Lohse, N Virji-Babul, AM Hoens, L Holsti, LC Li, ...
JMIR serious games 3 (1), e3401, 2015
The influence of attention on learning and performance: Pre-movement time and accuracy in an isometric force production task
KR Lohse
Human Movement Science 31 (1), 12-25, 2012
Underpowered and overworked: Problems with data analysis in motor learning studies
K Lohse, T Buchanan, M Miller
Journal of Motor Learning and Development 4 (1), 37-58, 2016
Moving sport and exercise science forward: a call for the adoption of more transparent research practices
AR Caldwell, AD Vigotsky, MS Tenan, R Radel, DT Mellor, A Kreutzer, ...
Sports Medicine 50 (3), 449-459, 2020
Attentional focus affects movement efficiency
KR Lohse, G Wulf, RLWA ITE
Skill acquisition in sport, 66-84, 2012
Psychological characteristics, sport engagement, and performance in alpine skiers
B Fawver, RL Cowan, BS DeCouto, KR Lohse, L Podlog, AM Williams
Psychology of Sport and Exercise 47, 101616, 2020
Engaging environments enhance motor skill learning in a computer gaming task
KR Lohse, LA Boyd, NJ Hodges
Journal of motor behavior 48 (2), 172-182, 2016
Individual differences in motor skill learning: Past, present and future
DI Anderson, KR Lohse, TCV Lopes, AM Williams
Human Movement Science 78, 102818, 2021
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