2022 - Research.com Best Scientist Award
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Gait, Physical therapy, Parkinson's disease and STRIDE. His studies deal with areas such as Dual tasking, Cognition, Affect and Motor control as well as Physical medicine and rehabilitation. His Gait study incorporates themes from Basal ganglia, Dementia, Neuroscience and Swing.
His research on Physical therapy focuses in particular on Gait. His Parkinson's disease research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Central nervous system disease, Degenerative disease, Treadmill and Rhythm. His research in STRIDE intersects with topics in Range, Interval and Stroop effect.
Jeffrey M. Hausdorff spends much of his time researching Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Parkinson's disease, Gait, Physical therapy and Gait. His work in the fields of STRIDE overlaps with other areas such as In patient. His research integrates issues of Treadmill, Central nervous system disease, Neuroscience, Degenerative disease and Gait Disturbance in his study of Parkinson's disease.
His Gait research incorporates themes from Rehabilitation, Rhythm, Preferred walking speed and Motor control. His research investigates the connection with Physical therapy and areas like Injury prevention which intersect with concerns in Human factors and ergonomics and Occupational safety and health. The study incorporates disciplines such as Postural Balance, Balance, Fall risk, Young adult and Ambulatory in addition to Gait.
Jeffrey M. Hausdorff mainly focuses on Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Cognition, Gait, Parkinson's disease and Gait. His Physical medicine and rehabilitation research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Rehabilitation, Disease, Neural correlates of consciousness, Inertial measurement unit and Cohort. His Cognition research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Psychological intervention, Young adult, Gerontology, Applied psychology and Dementia.
Many of his research projects under Gait are closely connected to Foot with Foot, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. He has researched Parkinson's disease in several fields, including Treadmill, Neurology and Timed Up and Go test. His studies in Gait integrate themes in fields like Swing, Cadence, Intervention, Rhythm and STRIDE.
His primary areas of investigation include Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Cognition, Parkinson's disease, Gait and In patient. His Physical medicine and rehabilitation study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Neurology and Proportional hazards model. The various areas that Jeffrey M. Hausdorff examines in his Cognition study include Psychological intervention, Gerontology and Standardized test.
Jeffrey M. Hausdorff combines subjects such as Treadmill, Effects of sleep deprivation on cognitive performance and Event-related potential with his study of Parkinson's disease. Jeffrey M. Hausdorff interconnects Ambulatory, Explained variation, Gold standard and Rating scale in the investigation of issues within Gait. Jeffrey M. Hausdorff connects Gait with Enhanced sensitivity in his study.
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PhysioBank, PhysioToolkit, and PhysioNet: components of a new research resource for complex physiologic signals.
Ary L. Goldberger;Luis A. N. Amaral;Leon Glass;Jeffrey M. Hausdorff.
Gait variability and fall risk in community-living older adults: A 1-year prospective study
Jeffrey M. Hausdorff;Dean A. Rios;Helen K. Edelberg.
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (2001)
Fractal dynamics in physiology: Alterations with disease and aging
Ary L. Goldberger;Luis A. N. Amaral;Jeffrey M. Hausdorff;Plamen Ch. Ivanov.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2002)
The role of executive function and attention in gait
Galit Yogev‐Seligmann;Galit Yogev‐Seligmann;Jeffrey M. Hausdorff;Jeffrey M. Hausdorff;Jeffrey M. Hausdorff;Nir Giladi;Nir Giladi.
Movement Disorders (2008)
Falls and freezing of gait in Parkinson's disease : a review of two interconnected, episodic phenomena
Bastiaan R. Bloem;Jeffrey M. Hausdorff;Jeffrey M. Hausdorff;Jasper E. Visser;Nir Giladi.
Movement Disorders (2004)
Long-range anticorrelations and non-Gaussian behavior of the heartbeat
C.-K. Peng;C.-K. Peng;C.-K. Peng;J. Mietus;J. Mietus;J. Mietus;J. M. Hausdorff;J. M. Hausdorff;J. M. Hausdorff;S. Havlin;S. Havlin;S. Havlin.
Physical Review Letters (1993)
Risk factors for falls among older adults: a review of the literature.
Anne Felicia Ambrose;Geet Paul;Jeffrey M. Hausdorff;Jeffrey M. Hausdorff.
Is walking a random walk? Evidence for long-range correlations in stride interval of human gait
Jeffrey M. Hausdorff;C.-K. Peng;Zvi Ladin;Jeanne Y. Wei.
Journal of Applied Physiology (1995)
Altered fractal dynamics of gait: reduced stride-interval correlations with aging and Huntington’s disease
Jeffrey M. Hausdorff;Susan L. Mitchell;Renée Firtion;C. K. Peng.
Journal of Applied Physiology (1997)
Gait variability: methods, modeling and meaning
Jeffrey M Hausdorff;Jeffrey M Hausdorff;Jeffrey M Hausdorff.
Journal of Neuroengineering and Rehabilitation (2005)
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