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2011Occlusal measurement method can affect SEMG activity during occlusionForrester, Stephanie E.; Presswood, R.G.; Toy, Andrew C.; Pain, Matthew T.G.
2009Predicting maximum eccentric strength from surface EMG measurementsPain, Matthew T.G.; Forrester, Stephanie E.
2009Reducing ground reaction forces in gymnastics’ landings may increase internal loadingMills, Chris; Pain, Matthew T.G.; Yeadon, Maurice R.
2008Relative age effect in Spanish association football: its extent and implications for wasted potentialPerez Jimenez, Idafe; Pain, Matthew T.G.
2001The role of the heel pad and shank soft tissue during impacts: a further resolution of a paradoxPain, Matthew T.G.; Challis, John H.
2002Soft tissue motion during impacts: their potential contributions to energy dissipationPain, Matthew T.G.; Challis, John H.
2008Soft tissue motion influences skeletal loads during impactsChallis, John H.; Pain, Matthew T.G.
2007Sprint starts and the minimum auditory reaction timePain, Matthew T.G.; Hibbs, Abigail.
2013The torque–velocity relationship in large human muscles: maximum voluntary versus electrically stimulated behaviourPain, Matthew T.G.; Young, Fraser; Kim, Jinwoo; Forrester, Stephanie E.
2012Utilising human performance criteria and computer simulation to design a martial arts kicking robot with increased biofidelityTsui, Felix; Pain, Matthew T.G.
2005Video analysis of the deformation and effective mass of gymnastics landing matsPain, Matthew T.G.; Mills, Chris; Yeadon, Maurice R.
2004Wobbling mass influence on impact ground reaction forces: A simulation model sensitivity analysisPain, Matthew T.G.; Challis, John H.
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