Kathleen H. Sienko
Kathleen H. Sienko
Professor of Mechanical Engineering, University of Michigan
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Cell phone based balance trainer
BC Lee, J Kim, S Chen, KH Sienko
Journal of neuroengineering and rehabilitation 9 (1), 1-14, 2012
Novice designers' use of prototypes in engineering design
M Deininger, SR Daly, KH Sienko, JC Lee
Design studies 51, 25-65, 2017
Artificial gravity: head movements during short-radius centrifugation
LR Young, H Hecht, LE Lyne, KH Sienko, CC Cheung, J Kavelaars
Acta Astronautica 49 (3-10), 215-226, 2001
Effects of multi-directional vibrotactile feedback on vestibular-deficient postural performance during continuous multi-directional support surface perturbations
KH Sienko, MD Balkwill, LIE Oddsson, C Wall
Journal of Vestibular Research 18 (5-6), 273-285, 2008
The effect of vibrotactile feedback on postural sway during locomotor activities
KH Sienko, MD Balkwill, LIE Oddsson, C Wall
Journal of neuroengineering and rehabilitation 10 (1), 1-6, 2013
Adaptation of the vestibulo-ocular reflex, subjective tilt, and motion sickness to head movements during short-radius centrifugation
LR Young, KH Sienko, LE Lyne, H Hecht, A Natapoff
Journal of vestibular research 13 (2-3), 65-77, 2003
Effects of long-term balance training with vibrotactile sensory augmentation among community-dwelling healthy older adults: a randomized preliminary study
T Bao, WJ Carender, C Kinnaird, VJ Barone, G Peethambaran, ...
Journal of Neuroengineering and Rehabilitation 15 (1), 1-13, 2018
A wearable device for real-time motion error detection and vibrotactile instructional cuing
BC Lee, S Chen, KH Sienko
IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering 19 (4 …, 2011
Determining the preferred modality for real-time biofeedback during balance training
KE Bechly, WJ Carender, JD Myles, KH Sienko
Gait & posture 37 (3), 391-396, 2013
Biofeedback improves postural control recovery from multi-axis discrete perturbations
KH Sienko, MD Balkwill, C Wall
Journal of neuroengineering and rehabilitation 9 (1), 1-11, 2012
Potential mechanisms of sensory augmentation systems on human balance control
KH Sienko, RD Seidler, WJ Carender, AD Goodworth, SL Whitney, ...
Frontiers in neurology 9, 944, 2018
Effects of biofeedback on secondary-task response time and postural stability in older adults
S Haggerty, LT Jiang, A Galecki, KH Sienko
Gait & posture 35 (4), 523-528, 2012
Directional postural responses induced by vibrotactile stimulations applied to the torso
BC Lee, BJ Martin, KH Sienko
Experimental brain research 222 (4), 471-482, 2012
Assessment of vibrotactile feedback on postural stability during pseudorandom multidirectional platform motion
KH Sienko, VV Vichare, MD Balkwill
IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering 57 (4), 944-952, 2009
Multi-axis tilt estimation and fall remediation
MS Weinberg, C Wall III, KH Sienko, EW O'neil
US Patent 8,092,398, 2012
The role of sensory augmentation for people with vestibular deficits: Real-time balance aid and/or rehabilitation device?
KH Sienko, SL Whitney, WJ Carender, C Wall III
Journal of Vestibular Research 27 (1), 63-76, 2017
Configurable, wearable sensing and vibrotactile feedback system for real-time postural balance and gait training: proof-of-concept
J Xu, T Bao, UH Lee, C Kinnaird, W Carender, Y Huang, KH Sienko, ...
Journal of neuroengineering and rehabilitation 14 (1), 1-10, 2017
A conceptual framework for the progression of balance exercises in persons with balance and vestibular disorders
BN Klatt, WJ Carender, CC Lin, SF Alsubaie, CR Kinnaird, KH Sienko, ...
Physical medicine and rehabilitation international 2 (4), 2015
Design ethnography in capstone design: Investigating student use and perceptions
I Mohedas, SR Daly, KH Sienko
International Journal of Engineering Education 30 (4), 888-900, 2014
Requirements development: Approaches and behaviors of novice designers
I Mohedas, SR Daly, KH Sienko
Journal of Mechanical Design 137 (7), 071407, 2015
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