Monica A. Daley
Monica A. Daley
Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, University of California- Irvine
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Neuromechanics: an integrative approach for understanding motor control
K Nishikawa, AA Biewener, P Aerts, AN Ahn, HJ Chiel, MA Daley, ...
Integrative and Comparative Biology 47 (1), 16-54, 2007
2192007
A physiologist's perspective on robotic exoskeletons for human locomotion
DP Ferris, GS Sawicki, MA Daley
International Journal of Humanoid Robotics 4 (03), 507-528, 2007
2062007
Running over rough terrain reveals limb control for intrinsic stability
MA Daley, AA Biewener
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 103 (42), 15681, 2006
2062006
Running stability is enhanced by a proximo-distal gradient in joint neuromechanical control
MA Daley, G Felix, AA Biewener
Journal of Experimental Biology 210 (3), 383, 2007
2022007
Muscle force-length dynamics during level versus incline locomotion: a comparison of in vivo performance of two guinea fowl ankle extensors
MA Daley, AA Biewener
Journal of Experimental Biology 206 (17), 2941-2958, 2003
1642003
Running over rough terrain: guinea fowl maintain dynamic stability despite a large unexpected change in substrate height
MA Daley, JR Usherwood, G Felix, AA Biewener
Journal of experimental biology 209 (1), 171, 2006
1622006
Unsteady locomotion: integrating muscle function with whole body dynamics and neuromuscular control
AA Biewener, MA Daley
Journal of Experimental Biology 210 (17), 2949-2960, 2007
1462007
Biomechanics and energetics of walking on uneven terrain
AS Voloshina, AD Kuo, MA Daley, DP Ferris
Journal of Experimental Biology 216 (21), 3963-3970, 2013
1412013
Two explanations for the compliant running paradox: reduced work of bouncing viscera and increased stability in uneven terrain
MA Daley, JR Usherwood
Biology Letters 6 (3), 418-421, 2010
902010
The role of intrinsic muscle mechanics in the neuromuscular control of stable running in the guinea fowl
MA Daley, A Voloshina, AA Biewener
The Journal of Physiology 587 (11), 2693-2707, 2009
742009
Don't break a leg: running birds from quail to ostrich prioritise leg safety and economy on uneven terrain
AV Birn-Jeffery, CM Hubicki, Y Blum, D Renjewski, JW Hurst, MA Daley
Journal of Experimental Biology 217 (21), 3786-3796, 2014
722014
Compass gait mechanics account for top walking speeds in ducks and humans
JR Usherwood, KL Szymanek, MA Daley
Journal of Experimental Biology 211 (23), 3744-3749, 2008
572008
Tracheal length changes during zebra finch song and their possible role in upper vocal tract filtering
M Daley, F Goller
Journal of neurobiology 59 (3), 319-330, 2004
572004
Novel motor gestures for phonation during inspiration enhance the acoustic complexity of birdsong
F Goller, MA Daley
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciencesá…, 2001
532001
The gait dynamics of the modern broiler chicken: a cautionary tale of selective breeding
H Paxton, MA Daley, SA Corr, JR Hutchinson
Journal of Experimental Biology 216 (17), 3237-3248, 2013
502013
Birds achieve high robustness in uneven terrain through active control of landing conditions
AV Birn-Jeffery, MA Daley
Journal of Experimental Biology 215 (12), 2117-2127, 2012
502012
Leg muscles that mediate stability: mechanics and control of two distal extensor muscles during obstacle negotiation in the guinea fowl
MA Daley, AA Biewener
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 366á…, 2011
502011
Does a crouched leg posture enhance running stability and robustness?
Y Blum, A Birn-Jeffery, MA Daley, A Seyfarth
Journal of Theoretical Biology, 2011
462011
Impact loading and locomotor-respiratory coordination significantly influence breathing dynamics in running humans
MA Daley, DM Bramble, DR Carrier
PloS one 8 (8), e70752, 2013
382013
Bio-inspired swing leg control for spring-mass robots running on ground with unexpected height disturbance
HR Vejdani, Y Blum, MA Daley, JW Hurst
Bioinspiration & biomimetics 8 (4), 046006, 2013
332013
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