PD Dr. Benedikt Lauber
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Improving motor performance: Selected aspects of augmented feedback in exercise and health
B Lauber, M Keller
European journal of sport science 14 (1), 36-43, 2014
Changes in Standing and Walking Performance Under Dual-Task Conditions Across the Lifespan
J Ruffieux, M Keller, B Lauber, W Taube
Sports Medicine 45 (12), 1739-1758, 2015
The drop height determines neuromuscular adaptations and changes in jump performance in stretch‐shortening cycle training
W Taube, C Leukel, B Lauber, A Gollhofer
Scandinavian journal of medicine & science in sports 22 (5), 671-683, 2012
Jump performance and augmented feedback: Immediate benefits and long-term training effects
M Keller, B Lauber, D Gehring, C Leukel, W Taube
Human movement science 36, 177-189, 2014
Mechanical instability destabilises the ankle joint directly in the ankle-sprain mechanism
D Gehring, K Faschian, B Lauber, H Lohrer, T Nauck, A Gollhofer
British journal of sports medicine, bjsports-2013-092626, 2013
Reciprocal activation of gastrocnemius and soleus motor units is associated with fascicle length change during knee flexion
B Lauber, GA Lichtwark, AG Cresswell
Physiological reports 2 (6), e12044, 2014
Sustained cycling exercise increases intracortical inhibition
SK Sidhu, B Lauber, AG Cresswell, TJ Carroll
Med Sci Sports Exerc 45 (4), 654-62, 2013
Low-load blood flow restriction training induces similar morphological and mechanical Achilles tendon adaptations compared with high-load resistance training
C Centner, B Lauber, OR Seynnes, S Jerger, T Sohnius, A Gollhofer, ...
Journal of Applied Physiology 127 (6), 1660-1667, 2019
Enhanced jump performance when providing augmented feedback compared to an external or internal focus of attention
M Keller, B Lauber, M Gottschalk, W Taube
Journal of sports sciences 33 (10), 1067-1075, 2015
Surround inhibition can instantly be modulated by changing the attentional focus
YA Kuhn, M Keller, B Lauber, W Taube
Scientific reports 8 (1), 1085, 2018
A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis on Neural Adaptations Following Blood Flow Restriction Training: What We Know and What We Don't Know
C Centner, B Lauber
Frontiers in physiology 11, 887, 2020
Spinal reflex plasticity in response to alpine skiing in the elderly
B Lauber, M Keller, A Gollhofer, E Müller, W Taube
Scandinavian journal of medicine & science in sports 21 (s1), 62-68, 2011
Differences in motor cortical control of the soleus and tibialis anterior
B Lauber, A Gollhofer, W Taube
Journal of Experimental Biology 221 (20), jeb174680, 2018
Cross-limb Interference during motor learning
B Lauber, J Lundbye-Jensen, M Keller, A Gollhofer, W Taube, C Leukel
PloS one 8 (12), e81038, 2013
Time to task failure and motor cortical activity depend on the type of feedback in visuomotor tasks
B Lauber, C Leukel, A Gollhofer, W Taube
PloS one 7 (3), e32433, 2012
Specific interpretation of augmented feedback changes motor performance and cortical processing
B Lauber, M Keller, C Leukel, A Gollhofer, W Taube
Experimental brain research 227 (1), 31-41, 2013
Training‐, muscle‐and task‐specific up‐and downregulation of cortical inhibitory processes
W Taube, A Gollhofer, B Lauber
European Journal of Neuroscience 51 (6), 1428-1440, 2020
Anticipation of drop height affects neuromuscular control and muscle‐tendon mechanics
M Helm, K Freyler, J Waldvogel, B Lauber, A Gollhofer, R Ritzmann
Scandinavian journal of medicine & science in sports 30 (1), 46-63, 2020
The effects of a single bout of exercise on motor memory interference in the trained and untrained hemisphere
B Lauber, S Franke, W Taube, A Gollhofer
Neuroscience 347, 57-64, 2017
Force and Position Control in Humans-The Role of Augmented Feedback
B Lauber, M Keller, C Leukel, A Gollhofer, W Taube
JoVE (Journal of Visualized Experiments), e53291-e53291, 2016
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