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Hanlon, Michael and Kennedy, Rodney (2012) Physiological and Biomechanical Testing of EasyPedal Pedal Prototypes. Invest NI. 11 pp. [Research report (external)]


Kennedy, Rodney and Hanlon, Michael (2011) Concurrent validity a portable device for assessing leg extensor muscle function under stretch-shortening cycle conditions. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 25 (Supple). S98. [Journal article]


Breslin, Gavin, Hodges, Nicola J, Hanlon, Michael, Kennedy, Rodney and Williams, A, Mark (2010) The 'learned parameters' hypothesis as an explanation of the especial skill effect. In: North American Society for Sport and Physical Activity., Arizona, USA. Human Kinetics Pub Inc. Vol 32 1 pp. [Conference contribution]

Breslin, Gavin, Hodges, Nicola J., Kennedy, Rodney, Hanlon, Michael and Williams, A. Mark (2010) An Especial Skill: Support for a Learned Parameters Hypothesis. Acta Psychologica, 134 (1). pp. 55-60. [Journal article]


Hanlon, Michael and Anderson, Ross (2009) Real-time gait event detection using wearable sensors. Gait & Posture, 30 (4). pp. 523-527. [Journal article]

Hanlon, Michael, Condell, Joan and Kearney, P (2009) The Spanning Set as a Measure of Movement Variability. In: The 27th Annual International Society of Biomechanics in Sports Conference (ISBS 2009), Limerick, Ireland. International Society of Biomechanics in Sport. 4 pp. [Conference contribution]


Hanlon, Michael and Anderson, Ross (2006) Prediction methods to account for the effect of gait speed on lower limb angular kinematics. GAIT and POSTURE, 24 (3). pp. 280-287. [Journal article]


Hanlon, Michael and ANDERSON, ROSS (2005) Use of real-time bandwidth kinematic feedback in learning a cyclical lower limb movement skill. Gait and Posture, 21 . S131. [Journal article]

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