Publications & Presentations

Publications

Gopalakrishnan, S., Mehrvar, S., Schmitt, H., Summerfelt, P., Dubis, A. M., Abroe, B., Connor Jr., T. B., Carroll, J., Huddleston, W. E., Ranji, M., & Eells, J. T. (In Press). Photobiomodulation preserves mitochondrial redox state and is retinoprotective in a rodent model of retinitis pigmentosa. Scientific Reports / Nature Publishing Group.
Probasco, M., Niemeyer, M., Worby, T., Loertscher, D., & Huddleston, W. E. (2019, December). Examining Neurocognitive Function and Its Role in Lower Extremity Injury Risk: A Systematic Review. , 50(1), 1-CSM233.
Fueger, C., Sergio, L. E., Heuer, S., Petrovska, L., & Huddleston, W. E. (2019, November). Remote concussion history does not affect visually-guided reaching in young adult females. Concussion, 4(3), CNC64.
Fueger, C., & Huddleston, W. E. (2018, December). Effects of concussions on visually guided motor actions: A literature review. Journal of clinical and experimental neuropsychology, 40(10), 1074-1080.
Amateis, A. L., Boesel, C. L., Ehnert, B. P., Evans, A. S., Hurst, K. E., Marek, K. L., Sullivan, A. C., Zalewski, K. R., & Huddleston, W. E. (2018, May). The need for mapping personal goals to exercise dosage in community-based exercise programs for people with Parkinson’s disease. Physiotherapy Theory and Practice, 1-9.
Almonroeder, T. G., Kernozek, T., Cobb, S., Slavens, B., Wang, J., & Huddleston, W. E. (2018, January (1st Quarter/Winter)). Cognitive Demands Influence Lower Extremity Mechanics During a Drop Vertical Jump Task in Female Athletes. Journal of Orthopaedic & Sports Physical Therapy, 1-22.
Keenan, K. G., Huddleston, W. E., & Ernest, B. E. (2017, November). Altered visual strategies and attention are related to increased force fluctuations during a pinch grip task in older adults. Journal of Neurophysiology, 118(5), 2537-2548.
Almonroeder, T. G., Kernozek, T., Cobb, S., Slavens, B., Wang, J., & Huddleston, W. E. (2017, November). Divided attention during cutting influences lower extremity mechanics in female athletes. Sports Biomechanics, 1-13.
Bazett-Jones, D. M., Huddleston, W. E., Cobb, S., O'Connor, K., & Earl-Boehm, J. E. (2017, May). Acute Responses of Strength and Running Mechanics to Increasing and Decreasing Pain in Patients With Patellofemoral Pain. Journal of Athletic Training, 52(5), 411-421.
Walia, N., Srite, M., & Huddleston, W. E. (2016, September). Eyeing the web interface: the influence of price, product, and personal involvement. Electronic Commerce Research, 16(3), 297-333.
Huddleston, W. E., Corbin, E. W., Recka, N. M., & Smith, B. E. (2016). Cognitive Contributions to Gait Characteristics in Older Adults. , 97(10), e102.
Fueger, C. J., Petrovska, L., & Huddleston, W. E. (2016). The effects of varying cognitive and motor demand on an attention-mediated reaching task.
Weinhandl, J. T., Earl-Boehm, J. E., Ebersole, K., Huddleston, W. E., Armstrong, B. S., & O'Connor, K. M. (2014). Reduced hamstrings strength increases anterior cruciate ligament loading during anticipated sidestep cutting. Clinical Biomechanics.
Huddleston, W. E., Ernest, B. E., & Keenan, K. (2014). Selective age effects on attentional components of a cued saccade task. Journal of Ophthalmology, 2014, 1-11.
Huddleston, W. E., Keenan, K., & Ernest, B. E. (2013). Relations among visual strategies, force fluctuations, and attention during a pinch grip task. Perceptual & Motor Skills, 117(3), 775-800.

Presentations

Huddleston, W. E., Greenberg, A. s., & DeYoe, E. A. (October 2019). Population motor attention fields in human parietal cortex: Variation in pAFs predicts individual variation in behavior. Society for Neuroscience 49th Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.
Fesharaki, N. J., Huddleston, W. E., Reuss, J., Pillai, J., & DeYoe, E. A. (October 2019). Comparison of low-frequency resting-state fMRI and breath-hold metrics of cerebrovascular reactivity. Society for Neuroscience 49th Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.
Heintz, B. D., Huddleston, W. E., & Keenan, K. (October 2019). Eye movements during a touchscreen Archimedes spiral tracing task. Society for Neuroscience 49th Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, USA.
Niemeyer, M. A., Probasco, M. O., Worby, T. N., Loertscher, D. E., & Huddleston, W. E. (October 2019). The missing link: A systematic review examining neurocognitive function and it's role in lower extremity injury risk. Annual Fall Conference of the WPTA, Madison, WI.
Koshewa, L., Ebersole, K., Huddleston, W. E., & Earl-Boehm, J. E. (June 2019). Does Restricting Anterior Movement of the Knees During a Barbell Back Squat Alter Lower Extremity Biomechanics?. 70th NATA Clinical Symposia and AT Expo, Las Vegas, NV.
Fesharaki, N. J., & Huddleston, W. E. (May 2019). A comparison of two fMRI-based metrics of cerebrovascular reactivity. UWM Health Research Symposium, UWM.
Frey, K., Goldman, R., Maki, M., & Huddleston, W. E. (May 2019). Is the SOAR a sensitive and responsive tool to detect knee flexion angle changes at initial contact during running?. UWM Health Research Symposium, UWM.
Probasco, P., Niemeyer, M., Loertscher, D., Worby, T., & Huddleston, W. E. (May 2019). The missing link: A systematic review examining neurocognitive function and it's role in lower extremity injury risk. UWM Health Research Symposium, UWM.
Ford, E., & Huddleston, W. E. (May 2019). The relationship between foot-COM placement and lateral pelvic tils when running in recreationally active young adults. UWM Health Research Symposium, UWM.
Swanson, A. N., & Huddleston, W. E. (November 2018). Does peripheral target dimension affect precision of saccade planning?. Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, San Diego, CA.
Huddleston, W. E., Greenberg, A. S., Mathis, J., & DeYoe, E. A. (November 2018). Voxel-wise modeling of attention fields in the motor system. Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, San Diego, CA.
Huddleston, W. E., & DeYoe, E. A. (October 2018). Cortical structure and function as possible mediators of performance on an attention task: A pilot study. CTSI Seminar Series, Wisconsin.
LeClair, D., & Huddleston, W. E. (August 2018). The role of attention in saccade planning precision with eye movement trajectories. UR@UWM Research Symposium, Golda Meier Library, UWM.
Schueller, A., Mrkalj, M., Thompson, A., Messina, M., & Huddleston, W. E. (May 2018). Attentional capacity and lower extremity risk: A systematic review. Partners in Health Spring Research Symposium, UW-Milwaukee.
Nehls, D., Pearson, A., Scaffidi, G., Sustachek, A., Sustachek, K., Wohkittel, N., Earl-Boehm, J. E., & Huddleston, W. E. (May 2018). Testing the Sensitivity of the Standardized Observational Analysis of Running in Healthy Adults. Partners in Health Spring Research Symposium, UW-Milwaukee.