Dr. Stuart Fellows Published Articles
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Fellows SJ, Kronenbürger M, Allert N, Coenen V, Fromm C, Noth J, Weiss PH (2006)
The effect of subthalamic nucleus deep brain stimulation on precision grip abnormalities in Parkinson's disease
Parkinsonism and Related Disorders, 12, 149-154.

Fellows SJ, Noth J (2004)
Grip force abnormalities in de novo Parkinson's disease
Movement Disorders, 19, 560-564.

Fellows SJ, Tabaza R, Heumann M, Klotz W, Neumann O, Schwarz M, Noth J, Töpper R (2002)
Modification of a functional motor task by non-consciously perceived sensory stimuli
Neuroreport, 13, 637-640.

Fellows SJ, Ernst J, Schwarz M, Töpper R, Noth J (2001)
Precision grip deficits in cerebellar disorders in man.
Clinical Neurophysiology, 112, 1793-1802.

Schwarz M, Fellows SJ, Schaffrath C, Noth J (2001)
Deficits in sensorimotor control during precise hand movements in Huntington's disease.
Clinical Neurophysiology, 112, 95-106.

Fellows SJ, Noth J, Schwarz M. (1998)
Precision grip and Parkinson's disease.
Brain, 121, 1771-1784.

Jueptner M, Ottinger S, Fellows SJ, Adamschewski J, Flerich L, Müller SP, Diener H-C, Thilmann AF, Weiller, C (1997)
The relevance of sensory input for the cerebellar control of movement
Neuroimage 5, 41-48.

Fellows SJ, Schwarz M, Schaffrath C, Dömges F, Noth J (1997)
Disturbances of precision grip in Huntington's disease.
Neuroscience Letters, 226, 103-106.

Weiller C, Jueptner M, Fellows SJ, Rijntjes M, Leonhardt G, Kiebel S, Müller S, Diener H-C, Thilmann AF (1996)
Brain representation of active and passive movements.
Neuroimage, 4, 105-110.

Fellows SJ, Töpper R, Schwarz M, Thilmann AF, Noth J (1996)
Stretch reflexes of the proximal arm in a patient with mirror movements: absence of bilateral long-latency components.
Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology, 101, 79-83.

Fellows, SJ, Kaus C, Thilmann AF (1994)
Voluntary movement at the elbow in spastic hemiparesis.
Annals of Neurology, 35, 418-428.

Fellows SJ, Kaus C, Ross HF, Thilmann AF (1994)
Agonist and antagonist EMG activation during isometric torque development at the elbow in spastic hemiparesis.
Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology, 93, 106-112.

Fellows SJ, Ross HF, Thilmann AF (1993)
The limitations of the tendon jerk as a marker of pathological stretch reflex activity in human spasticity.
Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry, 56, 531-537.

Fellows SJ, Dömges F, Töpper R, Thilmann AF, Noth J (1993)
Changes in the short and long-latency stretch reflex components of the triceps surae muscle during ischaemia in man.
Journal of Physiology, 472, 737-748.

Thilmann AF, Schwarz M, Töpper R, Fellows SJ, Noth J (1991)
Different mechanisms underlie the long-latency stretch reflex response of active human muscle at different joints.
Journal of Physiology, 444, 631-643.

Thilmann AF, Fellows SJ, Ross HF (1991)
Biomechanical changes at the ankle joint after stroke.
Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry, 54, 134-139.

Thilmann AF, Fellows SJ, Garms E (1991)
The mechanism of spastic muscle hypertonus: variation in reflex gain over the time course of spasticity.
Brain, 114, 233-244.

Thilmann AF, Fellows SJ (1991)
The time-course of bilateral changes in the reflex excitability of relaxed triceps surae muscle in human hemiparetic spasticity.
Journal of Neurology, 238, 293-298.

Thilmann AF, Fellows SJ, Garms E (1990)
Pathological stretch reflexes on the “good” side of hemiparetic patients.
Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry, 53, 208-214.

Fellows SJ, Thilmann AF (1989)
The role of joint biomechanics in determining stretch reflex latency at the normal human ankle.
Experimental Brain Research, 77, 135-139.

Fellows SJ, Rack PMH (1987)
Changes in the length of the human biceps brachii muscle during elbow movement.
Journal of Physiology, 383, 405-412.

Evans CM, Fellows SJ, Rack PMH, Ross HF, Walters DKW (1983)
Response of the normal human ankle joint to imposed sinusoidal movements.
Journal of Physiology, 344, 483-502.