Professor Denise Taylor

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Professor

Email: denise.taylor@aut.ac.nz

ORCID: ORCID logo https://orcid.org/0000-0002-0955-5702

Academic appointments:

  • Professor, Auckland University of Technology (2002 - ongoing)
  • Adjunct Professor, Fiji National University (2018 - ongoing)

Qualifications:

  • PhD, University of Otago
  • MSc Rehabilitation, Southampton University
  • Grad Dip Physiotherapy, Coventry University
  • Certificate in Health Economics, University of Aberdeen
  • Behavioural Economics, edX

Overview:

Denise is Director of the Health and Rehabilitation Research Institute and leads a multidisciplinary team of researchers interested in neurological rehabilitation. She is an Associate Director of the Medical Technologies Centre of Research Excellence and a Principle Investigator in Brain Research New Zealand. Denise also has an active role in the Eisdell Moore Centre for Hearing and Balance Research (University of Auckland).

Research interests:

Neurological Rehabilitation
Developing and testing rehabilitation devices to improve outcomes for people with neurological disorders
Vestibular Rehabilitation
Human motor control and learning
Translating neuroscience research into clinical interventions
Health economics and behavioural economics

Fields of research:

  • Virtual Reality and Related Simulation
  • Medical Devices
  • Rehabilitation Engineering
  • Clinical Sciences
  • Physiotherapy
  • Motor Control
  • Neurosciences
  • Neurology and Neuromuscular Diseases
  • Sensory Systems
  • Aged Health Care
  • Health Economics

Professional activities:

Appointment, affiliation, and membership

  • Director, Health & Rehabilitation Research Institute (2019 - ongoing)
  • Adjunct Professor, Fiji National University (2018 - ongoing)
  • Theme Co-lead Rehabilitation Technologies, MedTech CoRE (2018 - ongoing)
  • Principle Investigator Brain Research New Zealand, Brain Research New Zealand Centre for Research Excellence (2018 - ongoing)
  • Member Researcher and Clinician, Eidsell Moore Research Centre (2017 - ongoing)
  • Associate Director Medical Technologies Centre for Research Excellence, MedTech CoRE (2016 - ongoing)
  • Co-Director, New Zealand Dizziness and Balance Centre (2012 - ongoing)

Outreach and engagement

  • Invited speaker: Brain Awareness Month 2020: Tauranga (2020)
  • Invited presenter: Women in HealthTech – Networking & HealthTech Innovation Showcase (2020)
  • Invited panel member: Women in Science public event (2020)

Invitation to present research

  • Eisdell Moore Centre Symposium 2020, Auckland (2019)

Research outputs:

Journal articles

  • Kumari, N., Taylor, D., Rashid, U., Vandal, A. C., Smith, P. F., & Signal, N. (2020). Cerebellar transcranial direct current stimulation for learning a novel split-belt treadmill task: A randomised controlled trial. Scientific Reports, 10(1). doi:10.1038/s41598-020-68825-2

  • Signal, N. E. J., McLaren, R., Rashid, U., Vandal, A., King, M., Almesfer, F., . . . Taylor, D. (2020). Haptic nudges increase affected upper limb movement during inpatient stroke rehabilitation: Multiple-period randomized crossover study. JMIR mHealth and uHealth, 8(7). doi:10.2196/17036

  • Ghani, U., Signal, N., Niazi, I., & Taylor, D. (2020). ERP based measures of cognitive workload: A review. Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews, 118, 18-26. doi:10.1016/j.neubiorev.2020.07.020

  • Olsen, S., Signal, N., Niazi, I. K., Rashid, U., Alder, G., Mawston, G., . . . Taylor, D. (2020). Peripheral electrical stimulation paired with movement-related cortical potentials improves isometric muscle strength and voluntary activation following stroke. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 14. doi:10.3389/fnhum.2020.00156

  • Alder, G., Signal, N., Rashid, U., Olsen, S., Niazi, I. K., & Taylor, D. (2020). Intra- and inter-rater reliability of manual feature extraction methods in movement related cortical potential analysis. Sensors, 20(8). doi:10.3390/s20082427

  • Choisne, J., Fourrier, N., Handsfield, G., Signal, N., Taylor, D., Wilson, N., . . . Besier, T. F. (2020). An unsupervised data-driven model to classify gait patterns in children with cerebral palsy. Journal of Clinical Medicine, 9(5). doi:10.3390/jcm9051432

  • Sheerin, K. R., Reid, D., Taylor, D., & Besier, T. F. (2020). The effectiveness of real-time haptic feedback gait retraining for reducing resultant tibial acceleration with runners. Physical Therapy in Sport, 43, 173-180. doi:10.1016/j.ptsp.2020.03.001

  • Taylor, L., Parsons, J., Taylor, D., Binns, E., Lord, S., Edlin, R., . . . Kerse, N. (2020). Evaluating the effects of an exercise program (Staying UpRight) for older adults in long-term care on rates of falls: Study protocol for a randomised controlled trial. Trials, 21. doi:10.1186/s13063-019-3949-4

  • Kumarasinghe, K., Kasabov, N., & Taylor, D. (2020). Deep learning and deep knowledge representation in Spiking Neural Networks for Brain-Computer Interfaces. Neural Networks, 121, 169-185. doi:10.1016/j.neunet.2019.08.029

  • Rashid, U., Niazi, I. K., Jochumsen, M., Krol, L. R., Signal, N., & Taylor, D. (2019). Automated labeling of movement- related cortical potentials using segmented regression. IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering, 27(6), 1282-1291. doi:10.1109/TNSRE.2019.2913880

  • Jochumsen, M., Navid, M. S., Nedergaard, R. W., Signal, N., Rashid, U., Hassan, A., . . . Niazi, I. K. (2019). Self-paced online vs. cue-based offline brain-computer interfaces for inducing neural plasticity. Brain Sciences, 9(6). doi:10.3390/brainsci9060127

  • Dobson, R., Herbst, P., Candy, S., Brott, T., Garrett, J., Humphrey, G., . . . Whittaker, R. (2019). Understanding end-user perspectives of mobile pulmonary rehabilitation (mPR): Cross-sectional survey and interviews. JMIR Formative Research, 3(4). doi:10.2196/15466

  • Kumari, N., Taylor, D., & Signal, N. (2019). The effect of cerebellar transcranial direct current stimulation on motor learning: A systematic review of randomized controlled trials. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 13. doi:10.3389/fnhum.2019.00328

  • Alder, G., Signal, N., Olsen, S., & Taylor, D. (2019). A systematic review of paired associative stimulation (PAS) to modulate lower limb corticomotor excitability: Implications for stimulation parameter selection and experimental design. Frontiers in Neuroscience, 13. doi:10.3389/fnins.2019.00895

  • Rashid, U., Niazi, I. K., Signal, N., Farina, D., & Taylor, D. (2019). Optimal automatic detection of muscle activation intervals. Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology, 48, 103-111. doi:10.1016/j.jelekin.2019.06.010

  • Rashid, U., Kumari, N., Taylor, D., David, T., & Signal, N. (2019). Gait event anomaly detection and correction during a split-belt treadmill task. IEEE Access, 7, 68469-68478. doi:10.1109/ACCESS.2019.2918559

  • Sezier, A. E. I., Saywell, N., Terry, G., Taylor, D., & Kayes, N. (2019). Working-age adults' perspectives on living with persistent postural-perceptual dizziness: A qualitative exploratory study. BMJ Open, 9(4). doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2018-024326

  • McLaren, R., Signal, N., Lord, S., Taylor, S., Henderson, J., & Taylor, D. (2019). The volume and timing of upper limb movement in acute stroke rehabilitation: Still room for improvement. Disability and Rehabilitation. doi:10.1080/09638288.2019.1590471

  • Rashid, U., Niazi, I. K., Signal, N., & Taylor, D. (2018). An EEG experimental study evaluating the performance of Texas instruments ADS1299. Sensors (Switzerland), 18(11). doi:10.3390/s18113721

  • Jones, K. M., Bhattacharjee, R., Krishnamurthi, R., Blanton, S., Barker-Collo, S., Theadom, A., . . . Feigin, V. L. (2018). Determining the feasibility and preliminary efficacy of a stroke instructional and educational DVD in a multinational context: A randomized controlled pilot study. Clinical Rehabilitation, 32(8). doi:10.1177/0269215518777565

  • Olsen, S. O., Signal, N., Niazi, I., Christensen, T., Jochumsen, M., & Taylor, D. T. (2018). Paired associative stimulation delivered by pairing movement-related cortical potentials with peripheral electrical stimulation: An investigation of the duration of neuromodulatory effects. Neuromodulation, 21(4), 362-367. doi:10.1111/ner.12616

  • Huggins, J. E., Guger, C., Ziat, M., Zander, T. O., Taylor, D., Tangermann, M., . . . Aarnoutse, E. J. (2017). Workshops of the Sixth International Brain–Computer Interface Meeting: brain–computer interfaces past, present, and future. Brain-Computer Interfaces, 4(1-2), 3-36. doi:10.1080/2326263X.2016.1275488

  • Jochumsen, M., Rovsing, C., Rovsing, H., Cremoux, S., Signal, N., Allen, K., . . . Niazi, I. K. (2017). Quantification of movement-related EEG correlates associated with motor training: A study on movement-related cortical potentials and sensorimotor rhythms. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 11. doi:10.3389/fnhum.2017.00604

  • Taylor, D., Binns, E., & Signal, N. (2017). Upping the ante: Working harder to address physical inactivity in older adults. Current Opinion in Psychiatry, 30(5). doi:10.1097/YCO.0000000000000349

  • Lewis, G. N., Hume, P. A., Stavric, V., Brown, S. R., & Taylor, D. (2017). New Zealand rugby health study: Motor cortex excitability in retired elite and community level rugby players. New Zealand Medical Journal, 130(1448). Retrieved from https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/28081555

  • Mudge, S., Rosie, J., Stott, S., Taylor, D., Signal, N., & McPherson, K. (2016). Ageing with cerebral palsy; what are the health experiences of adults with cerebral palsy? A qualitative study.. BMJ Open, 6(10). doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2016-012551

  • Signal, N., McPherson, K., Lewis, G., Kayes, N., Saywell, N., Mudge, S., & Taylor, D. (2016). What influences acceptability and engagement with a high intensity exercise programme for people with stroke? A qualitative descriptive study. NeuroRehabilitation, 39(4). doi:10.3233/NRE-161382

  • McLaren, R., Joseph, F., Baguley, C., & Taylor, D. (2016). A review of e-textiles in neurological rehabilitation: How close are we?. Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation, 13(Jun). doi:10.1186/s12984-016-0167-0

  • Jochumsen, M., Niazi, I. K., Signal, N., Nedergaard, R. W., Holt, K., Haavik, H., & Taylor, D. (2016). Pairing Voluntary Movement and Muscle-Located Electrical Stimulation Increases Cortical Excitability. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 10, 482. doi:10.3389/fnhum.2016.00482

  • Kasabov, N., Scott, N. M., Tu, E., Marks, S., Sengupta, N., Capecci, E., . . . Yang, J. (2016). Evolving spatio-temporal data machines based on the NeuCube neuromorphic framework: Design methodology and selected applications. Neural Networks, 78. doi:10.1016/j.neunet.2015.09.011

  • Jochumsen, M., Signal, N., Nedergaard, R. W., Taylor, D., Haavik, H., & Niazi, I. K. (2015). DUPLICATE RECORD Induction of Long-term Depression-like Plasticity by Pairings of Motor Imagination and Peripheral Electrical Stimulation. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 9. doi:10.3389/fnhum.2015.00644

  • Kasabov, N., Scott, N., Tu, E., Marks, S., Sengupta, N., Capecci, E., . . . Yang, J. (2015). Evolving spatio-temporal data machines based on the NeuCube neuromorphic framework: Design methodology and selecte. Neural Networks: Special Issue on Learning in Big Data. doi:10.1016/j.neunet.2015.09.011

  • Wilson, N. C., Signal, N., Naude, Y., Taylor, D., & Stott, N. S. (2015). Gait deviation index correlates with daily step activity in children with cerebral palsy. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 96(10). doi:10.1016/j.apmr.2015.05.024

  • Jochumsen, M., Niazi, I. K., Taylor, D., Farina, D., & Dremstrup, K. (2015). Detecting and classifying movement-related cortical potentials associated with hand movements in healthy subjects and stroke patients from single-electrode, single-trial EEG. Journal of Neural Engineering, 12(5). doi:10.1088/1741-2560/12/5/056013

  • Jochumsen, M., Signal, N., Nedergaard, R. W., Taylor, D., Haavik, H., & Niazi, I. K. (2015). Induction of long-term depression-like plasticity by pairings of motor imagination and peripheral electrical stimulation. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 9. doi:10.3389/fnhum.2015.00644

  • Keogh, J. W., Palmer, B. R., Taylor, D., & Kilding, A. E. (2015). ACE and UCP2 gene polymorphisms and their association with baseline and exercise-related changes in the functional performance of older adults. PeerJ. doi:10.7717/peerj.980

  • Saywell, N., & Taylor, D. (2015). Focus group insights assist trial design for stroke telerehabilitation: A qualitative study.. Physiotherapy Theory and Practice, 31(3). doi:10.3109/09593985.2014.982234

  • Lewis, G. N., Signal, N., & Taylor, D. (2014). Reliability of lower limb motor evoked potentials in stroke and healthy populations: How many responses are needed?. Clinical Neurophysiology, 125(4). doi:10.1016/j.clinph.2013.07.029

  • Taylor, D., & Anson, J. G. (2014). A functional muscle synergy for forward reaching. Biosystems and Biorobotics, 7, 789-794. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-08072-7_109

  • Hale, L., Jones, F., Mulligan, H., Levack, W., Smith, C., Claydon, L., . . . Alcock, M. (2014). Developing the Bridges self-management programme for New Zealand stroke survivors: A case study. International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation, 21(8).

  • Keogh, J. W., Rice, J., Taylor, D., & Kilding, A. (2014). Objective benefits, participant perceptions and retention rates of a New Zealand community-based, older-adult exercise programme. Journal of Primary Health Care, 6(2). Retrieved from http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24892128

  • Taylor, D. (2013). Physical activity is medicine for older adults. Postgraduate Medical Journal, 90(1059). doi:10.1136/postgradmedj-2012-131366

  • Stretton, C., Mudge, S., Kayes, N. M., Taylor, D., & McPherson, K. M. (2013). Activity coaching to improve walking is liked by rehabilitation patients but physiotherapists have concerns: A qualitative study. Journal of Physiotherapy, 59(3). doi:10.1016/S1836-9553(13)70184-X

  • Saywell, N., Vandal, A. C., Brown, P., Hanger, H. C., Hale, L., Mudge, S., . . . Taylor, D. (2012). Telerehabilitation to improve outcomes for people with stroke: Study protocol for a randomised controlled trial. Trials, 13. doi:10.1186/1745-6215-13-233

  • Saywell, N., Taylor, D., & Boocock, M. (2012). During step descent, older adults exhibit decreased knee range of motion and increased vastus lateralis muscle activity. Gait and Posture, 36(3). doi:10.1016/j.gaitpost.2012.05.007

  • Wagenaar, R., Keogh, J. W., & Taylor, D. (2012). Development of a clinical Multiple-Lunge Test to predict falls in older adults. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 93(3). doi:10.1016/j.apmr.2011.08.044

  • Taylor, D., Hale, L., & Waters, D. (2012). [Editorial] Exercise is a proven fall prevention strategy: It should be embedded into usual physiotherapy practice. New Zealand Journal of Physiotherapy, 40(2). Retrieved from http://www.physiotherapy.org.nz/Category?Action=View&Category_id=530

  • Taylor, L. M., Lewis, G. L., & Taylor, D. (2012). Short-term effects of electrical stimulation and voluntary activity on corticomotor excitability in healthy individuals and people with stroke. Journal of Clinical Neurophysiology, 29(3). Retrieved from https://www.scopus.com/

  • Taylor, D., Hale, L., Schluter, P., Waters, D., Binns, E., McCracken, H., . . . Wolf, S. (2012). The effectiveness of tai chi as a community-based falls prevention intervention: A randomized controlled trial. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 60(5). Retrieved from https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22587850

  • Taylor, L., Lewis, G., & Taylor, D. (2012). Short-term effects of electrical stimulation and voluntary activity on corticomotor excitability in healthy individuals and people with stroke. Journal of Clinical Neurophysiology.

  • Lewis, G., Taylor, L., & Taylor, D. (2012). Short-term effects of electrical stimulation and voluntary activity on corticomotor excitability in healthy individuals and people with stroke. Journal of Clinical Neurophysiology.

  • Taylor, D., Hale, L., Schluter, P., Waters, D. L., Binns, E. E., McCracken, H., . . . Wolf, S. L. (2012). The effectiveness of tai chi as a community based falls prevention intervention: a randomized controlled trial. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society.

  • Taylor, D. (2011). Can Wii improve balance?. New Zealand Journal of Physiotherapy, 39(3). Retrieved from http://www.physiotherapy.org.nz.ezproxy.aut.ac.nz/

  • Binns, E., & Taylor, D. (2011). The effect of the Otago Exercise Programme on strength and balance in community dwelling older women. NZ Journal of Physiotherapy, 39(2). Retrieved from http://www.physiotherapy.org.nz/

  • Kayes, N. M., McPherson, K. M., Schluter, P., Taylor, D., Leete, M., & Kolt, G. S. (2011). Exploring the facilitators and barriers to engagement in physical activity for people with multiple sclerosis. Disability & Rehabilitation, 33(12). doi:10.3109/09638288.2010.520801

  • Kayes, N. M., McPherson, K. M., Taylor, D., Schlüter, P. J., & Kolt, G. S. (2010). Facilitators and barriers to engagement in physical activity for people with multiple sclerosis: a qualitative investigation.. Disabil Rehabil. doi:10.3109/09638288.2010.505992

  • Kayes, N. M., McPherson, K. M., Taylor, D., Schluter, P. J., & Kolt, G. S. (2011). Facilitators and barriers to engagement in physical activity for people with Multiple Sclerosis: A qualitative investigation. Disability and Rehabilitation, 33(8). doi:10.3109/09638288.2010.505992

  • Kayes, N. M., McPherson, K. M., Schluter, P. J., Taylor, D., Leete, M., & Kolt, G. S. (2010). Exploring the facilitators and barriers to engagement in physical activity for people with Multiple Sclerosis. Disability and Rehabilitation. doi:10.3109/09638288.2010.520801

  • Mudge, S., Taylor, D., Chang, O., & Wong, R. (2010). Test-retest reliability of the StepWatch activity monitor outputs in healthy adults. Journal of Physical Activity and Health, 7(5). Retrieved from http://web.ebscohost.com.ezproxy.aut.ac.nz/

  • Williams, G. P., Rosie, J., Denisenko, S., & Taylor, D. (2009). Normative values for the high-level mobility assessment tool (HiMAT). International Journal of Therapy & Rehabilitation, 16(7). Retrieved from http://web.ebscohost.com.ezproxy.aut.ac.nz/

  • Kayes, N. M., Schluter, P. J., McPherson, K. M., Leete, M., Mawston, G., & Taylor, D. (2009). Exploring Actical accelerometers as an objective measure of physical activity in people with Multiple Sclerosis. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 90(4).

  • Kayes, N. M., Schluter, P. J., McPherson, K. M., Leete, M., Mawston, G., & Taylor, D. (2009). Exploring actical accelerometers as an objective measure of physical activity in people with multiple sclerosis. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 90(4). Retrieved from http://www.sciencedirect.com.ezproxy.aut.ac.nz/

  • Kayes, N. M., Schluter, P. J., McPherson, K. M., Taylor, D., & Kolt, G. S. (2009). The Physical Activity and Disability Survey – Revised (PADS-R): an evaluation of a measure of physical activity in people with chronic neurological conditions. Clinical Rehabilitation, 23(6).

  • Kayes, N. M., Schluter, P. J., McPherson, K. M., Leete, M., Mawston, G., & Taylor, D. (2009). Exploring Actical accelerometers as an objective measure of physical activity in people with Multiple Sclerosis (MS. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 90(4).

  • Signal, N., Taylor, D., & McNair, P. J. (2008). Central and peripheral contributions to neuromuscular fatigue in people with stroke. Physical Therapy Reviews, 13(4).

  • Saywell, N., & Taylor, D. (2008). The role of the cerebellum in procedural learning- Are there implications for physiotherapists' clinical practice?. Physiotherapy Theory and Practice, 24(5). Retrieved from http://informahealthcare.com/doi/pdf/10.1080/09593980701884832

  • Saywell, N., & Taylor, D. (2008). The Role of the Cerebellum in Procedural Learning – are there implications for physiotherapists' clinical practice?. Physiotherapy Theory & Practice, 24(5).

  • Armstrong, B., McNair, P., & Taylor, D. (2008). Head and neck position sense. Sports Medicine, 38.

  • Taylor, D., Stretton, C., Mudge, S., & Garrett, N. (2007). Clinical performance of walking and 'real world' walking in people with stroke: Are they the same? [Abstract]. Disability & Rehabilitation, 29(20-21).

  • Rosie, J., & Taylor, D. (2007). Sit-to-stand as home exercise for mobility-limited adults over 80 years of age - Grandstand SystemTM may keep you standing?. Age and Ageing, 36.

  • Kayes, N. M., McPherson, K., Taylor, D., Schluter, P. J., Wilson, B. K., & Kolt, G. (2007). The Physical Activity and Disability Survey (PADS): Reliability, validity and acceptability in people with multiple sclerosis. Clinical Rehabilitation, 21.

  • Kayes, N., McPherson, K., Taylor, D., Schluter, P. J., & Kolt, G. S. (2007). The Physical Activity and Disability Survey (PADS): Reliability, validity and utility in people with multiple sclerosis [Abstract]. Disability & Rehabilitation, 29.

  • Taylor, D., Stretton, C. M., Mudge, S., & Garrett, N. (2006). Does clinic-measured gait speed differ from gait speed measured in the community in people with stroke?. Clinical Rehabilitation, 20(5).

  • Taylor, D., & Stretton, C. (2004). The Otago Exercise Programme: An evidence-based approach to falls prevention for older adults living in the community. New Zealand Family Physician, 31.

  • Goulding, A., Jones, I. E., Taylor, R. W., Piggot, J. M., & Taylor, D. (2003). Dynamic and static tests of balance and postural sway in boys: Effects of previous wrist bone fractures and high adiposity. Gait and Posture, 17(2), 136-141. doi:10.1016/S0966-6362(02)00161-3

  • Goulding, A., Jones, I. E., Taylor, R. W., Piggot, J. M., & Taylor, D. (2003). Dynamic and static tests of balance and postural sway in boys: effects of previous wrist fractures and high adiposity. Gait and Posture, 17.

  • Taylor, D. (2003). Measuring mild visual neglect: Do complex visual tests activate rightward attentional bias?. New Zealand Journal of Physiotherapy, 31(2).

  • Taylor, D., Luxford, B., Lawson, H., & Anderson, F. (2000). Effect of neuromuscular electrical stimulation on joint range of motion in hemiplegia: A single case study.. New Zealand Journal of Physiotherapy, March.

  • Adams, S. A., Ashburn, A., Pickering, R. M., & Taylor, D. (1997). A review of the Rivermead Motor Assessment: Part 1 - Acute Strokes. Clinical Rehabilitation, 11.

  • Taylor, D., & Williams, T. (1995). Sports injuries in athletes with disabilities: Wheelchair racing. Paraplegia, 33(5), 296-299. doi:10.1038/sc.1995.67

  • Taylor, D., & Williams, T. (1995). Sports injuries in athletes with disabilities: Wheelchair racing. Paraplegia, 33.

  • Williams, T., & Taylor, D. (1995). Socialisation, subculture and wheelchair sport: the influence of peers in wheelchair racing. Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly, 11.

  • Taylor, D., & Ashburn, A. (1994). Asymmetrical trunk posture, motor performance and unilateral neglect following stroke. Clinical Rehabilitation, 8.

  • Williams, T., & Taylor, D. (1994). Socialization, subculture, and wheelchair sport: The influence of peers in wheelchair racing. Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly, 11(4), 416-428. doi:10.1123/apaq.11.4.416

Book chapters

  • Taylor, D. (2013). Vestibulaer rehabilitering. In U. Læssøe (Ed.), Balance: Postural kontrol [Danish language]. Copenhagen, Denmark: Fysio/Munksgaard.

Conference contributions

  • Rashid, U., Niazi, I., Signal, N., & Taylor, D. (2020). emgGO: An open-source toolbox for optimal identification of muscle activation intervals in surface electromyography. In 2020 ISEK Virtual Congress Poster Abstract Booklet (pp. 81-82). Virtual. Retrieved from https://isek.org/

  • Sheerin, K., Reid, D., Taylor, D., & Besier, T. (2019). Haptic gait retraining is effective at reducing tibial impacts during running. In Sports Medicine New Zealand Conference 2019 Proceedings (pp. 29). Dunedin.

  • Olsen, S., Signal, N., Niazi, I., Mawston, G., Alder, G., Rashid, U., & Taylor, D. (2019). Paired associative stimulation delivered by pairing movement-related cortical potentials with peripheral electrical stimulation improves voluntary activation in people with stroke. In European Congress of NeuroRehabilitation. Budapest.

  • Olsen, S., Signal, N., Niazi, I., Mawston, G., Alder, G., & Taylor, D. (2019). Movement-related cortical potentials paired with peripheral electrical stimulation improves voluntary activation in people with stroke. In K. Hillman (Ed.), Proceedings of the 37th International Australasian Winter Conference on Brain Research, 2019 Vol. 37 (pp. 32). Queenstown. Retrieved from https://www.otago.ac.nz/awcbr/proceedings/otago718583.pdf

  • Olsen, S., Signal, N., & Taylor, D. (2019). A novel neuromodulatory intervention to improve neuromuscular control following stroke. In Brain Research New Zealand Conference. Auckland.

  • Kumari, N., Taylor, D., Rashid, U., Vandal, A., Smith, P. F., & Signal, N. (2019). Can cerebellar transcranial direct current stimulation influence motor learning in healthy adults?. In K. Hillman (Ed.), Proceedings of the 37th International Australasian Winter Conference on Brain Research, 2019 (pp. 66). Queenstown. Retrieved from https://www.otago.ac.nz/awcbr/otago717176.pdf

  • Ghani, U., Signal, N., & Taylor, D. (2019). EEG correlates of task difficulty: Development of an objective measure of cognitive workload. In K. Hillman (Ed.), Proceedings of the 37th International Australasian Winter Conference on Brain Research, 2019 (pp. 62). Queenstown. Retrieved from https://www.otago.ac.nz/awcbr/otago717176.pdf

  • Olsen, S., Signal, N., Niazi, I., Mawston, G., Alder, G., & Taylor, D. (2019). Movement-related cortical potentials paired with peripheral electrical stimulation improves voluntary activation in people with stroke. In K. Hillman (Ed.), Proceedings of the 37th International Australasian Winter Conference on Brain Research, 2019 (pp. 32). Queenstown. Retrieved from https://www.otago.ac.nz/awcbr/otago717176.pdf

  • Kumarasinghe, K., Taylor, D., & Kasabov, N. (2019). ESPANNet: Evolving Spike Pattern Association Neural Network for spike-based supervised incremental learning and its application for single-trial Brain Computer Interfaces. In Proceedings of the 2019 International Joint Conference on Neural Networks. Budapest. doi:10.1109/IJCNN.2019.8852213

  • Signal, N., Scott, K., Taylor, D., & Kayes, N. (2019). What helps or hinders the uptake of new technologies into rehabilitation practice?. In Converging clinical and engineering research on neurorehabilitation III: Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on NeuroRehabilitation (ICNR2018) Vol. 21 (pp. 265-268). Pisa: Springer Nature. doi:10.1007/978-3-030-01845-0

  • Rashid, U., Signal, N., Niazi, I. K., & Taylor, D. (2019). footpress: An open-source MATLAB toolbox for analysis of pedobarography data. In Converging clinical and engineering research on neurorehabilitation III: Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on NeuroRehabilitation (ICNR2018) Vol. 21 (pp. 361-364). Pisa. doi:10.1007/978-3-030-01845-0_72

  • Taylor, D., Saywell, N., Mudge, S., Hale, L., Brown, P., Feigin, V., . . . Vandal, A. (2018). Telerehabilitation can improve outcomes after stroke; but only if you do it. In 11th World Stroke Congress. Montreal.

  • Kumarasinghe, K., Owen, M., Taylor, D., Kasabov, N., & Kit, C. (2018). FaNeuRobot: A Framework for Robot and Prosthetics Control using the NeuCube Spiking Neural Network Architecture and Finite Automata Theory. In 2018 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA) (pp. 4465-4472). Brisbane: IEEE. doi:10.1109/ICRA.2018.8460197

  • Scott, K., Signal, N., Taylor, D., & Kayes, N. (2018). Clinician’s perspectives on what influences uptake of new technologies into rehabilitation practice. In K. Christer, C. Craig, & D. Wolstenholme (Eds.), Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Design4Health (pp. 214-222). Sheffield. Retrieved from https://research.shu.ac.uk/design4health/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/664.pdf

  • Kumarasinghe, K., Owen, M., Kasabov, N., Taylor, D., & Au, C. (2018). FaNeuRobot: A Brain-Like Motor Controlling Framework for Prosthetic Control using Automata Theory, Cognitive computing & NeuCube Evolving Spiking Neural Network Architecture. In Proceedings 2018 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA) (pp. 4465-4471). Brisbane. doi:10.1109/ICRA.2018.8460197

  • Saywell, N., Taylor, D., & Vandal, A. (2017). Telerehabilitation to improve outcomes for people after stroke - Trial overview and the relationship between the qualitative and quantitative findings. In National Community Physiotherapy Conference 2017. Tauranga.

  • Olsen, S., Signal, N., Niazi, I., Alder, G., & Taylor, D. (2017). From research laboratory towards clinical practice. Understanding patient perspectives of a novel neuromodulatory intervention. In New Zealand Rehabilitation Associate Conference. Christchurch.

  • Scott, K., Kayes, N., Signal, N., & Taylor, D. (2017). What helps or hinders the uptake of new technologies into rehabilitation practice?. In New Zealand Rehabilitation Association 2017. Christchurch.

  • Sezier, A., Saywell, N., Terry, G., Taylor, D., & Kayes, N. (2017). Key considerations for health professionals supporting people experiencing Persistent Postural-Perceptual Dizziness (PPPD). In New Zealand Rehabilitation Conference 2017. Christchurch: New Zealand Rehabilitation Association. Retrieved from http://www.conference.co.nz/nzrc17/programme

  • Olsen, S., Signal, N., Niazi, I., Alder, G., Jochumsen, M., & Taylor, D. (2017). Measuring changes in neuromuscular control following neuromodulation. A feasibility study in people with stroke. In 27th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Stroke Society of Australasia. Queenstown.

  • Scott, K., Kayes, N., Signal, N., & Taylor, D. (2017). Integrating new technology into rehabilitation practice. In MedTech CoRE and Brain Research New Zealand Joint Symposium. Auckland.

  • Choisine, J., Handsfield, G., Signal, N., Taylor, D., Wilson, N., Stott, S., & Besier, T. (2017). A data-driven model to classify gait pattern in children with cerebral palsy. In XXVI Congress of the International Society of Biomechanics (pp. 920). Brisbane. Retrieved from https://media.isbweb.org/

  • Scott, K., Signal, N., Taylor, D., & Kayes, N. (2017). My Users Keeper: Why value to clinicians must be designed into health technologies. In UX Homegrown. Auckland. Retrieved from https://www.uxhomegrown.co.nz/

  • Saywell, N., Taylor, D., & Vandal, A. (2017). Augmented community telerehabilitation intervention to improve outcomes for people with stroke AKTIV - a randomised controlled trial. In Cerebrovascular Diseases: ESC 2017 Vol. 43 (pp. OP 068). Berlin: Karger Publishers. doi:10.1159/000471872

  • Sezier, A., Taylor, D., Saywell, N., Kayes, N., & Terry, G. (2017). Key considerations for health professionals supporting people experiencing Persistent Postural-Perceptual Dizziness (PPPD). In ASSBI 40th Annual Brain Impairment Conference. Melbourne: Australasian Society for the Study of Brain Impairment.

  • Taylor, D. (2017). An introductory workshop on Vestibular Rehabilitation. In 2nd International Conference on Rehabilitation Sciences. Islamabad.

  • Taylor, D. (2017). Understanding balance as a multi-modal complex system: the impact o n clinical practice. In 2nd International Conference on Rehabilitation Sciences. Islamabad.

  • Olsen, S., Signal, N., Niazi, I., Alder, G., Jochumsen, M., & Taylor, D. (2017). Exploring measures of gait variability following neuromodulation. A feasibility study in people with stroke. In Minnesota Neuromodulation Symposium. Minneapolis.

  • Taylor, D. (2017). The use of a Movement Related Cortical Potential BCI to induce neural plasticity. In Brain and Technology: A Catalyst for Collaboration Symposium. Auckland.

  • Choisine, J., Handsfield, G., Signal, N., Taylor, D., Wilson, N., Stott, S., & Besier, T. (2016). Data-driven model to improve decision-making in AFO prescription and design for children with cerebral palsy: A preliminary study. In 10th Australasian Biomechanics Conference. Melbourne.

  • Saywell, N., Taylor, D., & Vandal, A. (2016). Telerehabilitation after stroke using readily accessible telecommunication - quantitative trial into ACTIV (augmented community telerehabilitation intervention). In Physiotherapy New Zealand Conference 2016. Auckland.

  • Olsen, S., Signal, N., Niazi, I., Christensen, T., & Taylor, D. (2016). Brain Computer Interface-based Paired Associative Stimulation: An investigation of the duration of neuromodulatory effects.. In Physiotherapy New Zealand Conference 2016. Auckland: Physiotherapy New Zealand. Retrieved from https://pnz.org.nz/

  • Olsen, S., Signal, N., Niazi, I., Christensen, T., Jochumsen, M., & Taylor, D. (2016). Brain computer interface-based paired associative stimulation: An investigation of the duration of neuromodulatory effects. In MedTech CoRE Conference 2016. Auckland.

  • Taylor, D., Signal, N., Jochumsen, M., Cremoux, S., & Niazi, I. (2016). A framework for considering the voice of the users of BCI rehabilitation devices. In International Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) Meeting 2016. California. Retrieved from http://bcisociety.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/Workshops_5.9.pdf

  • Taylor, D., Signal, N., Jochumsen, M., & Cremoux, S. (2016). A Framework for considering the voice of the users. In International Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) Meeting. California.

  • Taylor, D. (2016). Hearing the users in rehabilitation technology design. In Healthcare COngress '16. Auckland.

  • Taylor, D., Sezier, A., Saywell, N., & Kayes, N. (2016). The experience of chronic dizziness: learning for clinical practice. In NZ Society for Balance, Dizziness and Vertigo, 2nd Scientific Meeting. .

  • Taylor, D., & Zaidi, F. (2016). What is the opportunity for virtual reality training?. In 2NZ Society for Balance, Dizziness and Vertigo, 2nd Scientific Meeting. Christchurch.

  • Pearson, J., Vandal, A., Binns, E., & Taylor, D. (2015). A case study in analytical planning: Investigating the sensitivity of outcome measures to a tai chi intervention in people with multiple sclerosis. In Joint Conference of the New Zealand Statistical Association and the Operations Research Society of New Zealand. Christchurch.

  • Hassan, A., Ghani, U., Riaz, F., Rehman, S., Jochumsen, M., Taylor, D., & Niazi, I. K. (2015). Using a portable device for online single-trial MRCP detection and classification. In Intelligent Data Engineering and Automated Learning, IDEAL 2015. Wroclaw: Springer, 2015..

  • Saywell, N., & Taylor, D. (2015). Why aren't we using what we've got?. In International, Multi-disciplinary Rehabilitation conference.. Christchurch.

  • Taylor, D., Chamberlain, J., Signal, N., Scott, N., Kasabov, N., Capecci, E., . . . Hou, Z. G. (2015). Brain-computer interfaces for neuro rehabilitation. In 13th International Conference on Neuro- Computing and Evolving Intelligence (NCEI) 2015. New Zealand: Knowledge Engineering and Discovery Research institute.

  • Hassan, A., Ghani, U., Riaz, F., Rehman, S., Jochumsen, M., Taylor, D., & Niazi, I. K. (2015). Using a portable device for online single-trial MRCP detection and classification. Springer International Publishing.

  • Taylor, D., & Saywell, N. (2015). Telerehabilitation – Is connecting with your patient still meaningful?. In Physiotherapy Vol. 101. : Elsevier.

  • Czuba, K., Kersten, P., Kayes, N. M., McPherson, K. M., Taylor, D., & Schluter, P. (2015). The cognitive and behavioural responses to symptoms questionnaire (CBSQ): An investigation of its validity.. In AFRM/NZRA Combined Rehabilitation Meeting. Wellington.

  • Hassan, A., Ghani, U., Riaz, F., Rehman, S., Jochumsen, M., Taylor, D., & Niazi, I. K. (2015). Using a portable device for online single-trial MRCP detection and classification. In Intelligent Data Engineering and Automated Learning – IDEAL 2015. 16th International Conference, Wroclaw, Poland, October 14-16, 2015, Proceedings Vol. 9375 (pp. 527-534). Wroclaw. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-24834-9_61

  • Olsen, S. A., Signal, N., Niazi, I. K., Christensen, T. M., & Taylor, D. (2015). An investigation of the duration of cortical excitability in healthy subjects​. In Australasian Winter Conference on Brain Research 2014. Queenstown.

  • Niazi, I. K., Signal, N., Jochumsen, M., Holt, K., Haavik, H., & Taylor, D. (2015). Investigating the Effect of Electrical Stimulation Modalities Paired with Cortical Potentials Generated by Motor Imagination and Motor Execution. In Australasian Winter Conference on Brain Research 2014. Queenstown.

  • Taylor, D., Niazi, I. K., Signal, N., Jochumsen, M., & Dremstrup, K. (2015). The Aalborg Brain Computer Interface: A protocol for inducing neural plasticity. In Stroke Rehab: From No-Tech to Go-Tech Conference. Christchurch.

  • Akmal, M., Jochumsen, M., Navid, M. S., Shafique, M., Zaidi, S. M. T., Taylor, D., & Niazi, I. K. (2015). Universal matched-filter template versus individualized template for single trial detection of movement intentions of different tasks. In Italian Workshop on Neural Networks, WIRN. Salerno: 25th Italian Workshop on Neural Networks, WIRN, 20-22 May 2015, Salerno, Italy. Retrieved from http://www.wirn2015.polito.it/program.html

  • Bhattacharjee, R., Jones, K., Krishnamurthi, R., Theadom, A., Barker-Collo, S., Ratnasabapathy, Y., . . . Feigin, V. (2015). Stroke self-management rehabilitation trial (SMART-DVD): Preliminary findings from an international, multi-site pilot trial. In International Journal of Stroke Vol. 10 (pp. 55). Melbourne. Retrieved from http://gateway.webofknowledge.com/

  • Signal, N., McPherson, K., Lewis, G., & Taylor, D. (2015). Training intensity: A barrier or facilitator to engagement in rehabilitation following stroke?. In World Confederation for Physical Therapy Congress 2015. Singapore.

  • Taylor, D., Niazi, I. K., Signal, N., Jochumsen, M., Demstrup, K., & Farina, D. (2015). A brain computer interface (BCI) intervention to increase corticomotor excitability in the lower limb in people with stroke. In World Confederation for Physical Therapy Congress 2015. Singapore.

  • Taylor, D. (2015). Telerehabilitation - is connecting with your patient still meaningful?. In World Confederation for Physical Therapy Congress 2015. Singapore.

  • Taylor, D., & Saywell, N. (2014). So, is this a vestibular problem?. In Physiotherapy New Zealand Conference. Auckland.

  • Taylor, D. (2014). INTERVENTIONS FOR IMPROVING THE HEALTH OF OLDER ADULTS: PHYSICAL ACTIVITY INTERVENTIONS PROMOTING LONG-TERM BEHAVIOR CHANGE. In INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF BEHAVIORAL MEDICINE Vol. 21 (pp. S209). Retrieved from http://gateway.webofknowledge.com/

  • Taylor, D., Goulart, L., & Wong, M. (2014). What to do with your dizzy patients. In New Zealand Society of Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery. .

  • Niazi, I., Taylor, D., Signal, N., Demstrup, K., Jochumsem, M., & Farina, D. (2014). A movement related cortical potential protocol for inducing neural plasticity. In New Zealand Applied Neurosciences Conference. Auckland.

  • Signal, N., Lewis, G. L., Taylor, D., & McPherson, K. M. (2014). Identifying appropriate measures of neural plasticity in response to locomotor rehabilitation in people with stroke. In New Zealand Applied Neurosciences Conference. Auckland.

  • Taylor, D., & Binns, E. (2014). Falls prevention: Is there life after the Otago Exercise Programme and Tai Chi?. In Physiotherapy New Zealand Conference 2014: Linking the chain. Auckland.

  • Taylor, D. (2014). So, is this a vestibular problem?. In Physiotherapy New Zealand Conference 2014: Linking the chain. Auckland.

  • Taylor, D. (2014). It can be hard enough to get a treadmill let alone a robot: How can we improve our interventions today. In Physiotherapy New Zealand Conference 2014: Linking the chain. Auckland.

  • Taylor, D., Scott, N., Kasabov, N., Capecci, E., Tu, E., Saywell, N., . . . Hou, Z. (2014). Feasibility of NeuCube SNN architecture for detecting motor execution and motor intention for use in BCI applications. In 2014 International Joint Conference on Neural Networks (pp. 3221-3225). Beijing: IEEE.

  • Wilson, N. C., Signal, N., Taylor, D. T., Mackey, A. H., & Stott, N. S. (2014). The Gait Deviation Index correlates with daily step activity in children with cerebral palsy. In 7th Biennial Australasian Academy of Cerebral Palsy and Developmental Medicine Conference. .

  • Jones, K., Krishnamurthi, R., Theadom, A., Bhatterchargee, R., Barker-Collo, S., & Feigin, V. (2013). Stroke Self-Management Rehabilitation Trial (SMART-DVD): An international, multi-site pilot trial. In 3rd International Congress of Neurology and Epidemiology. Abu Dhabi.

  • Signal, N., Lewis, G., Taylor, D., & McPherson, K. M. (2013). Are TMS-derived measures reliable markers of neural plasticity in people with stroke?. In Progress in Motor Control IX. Montreal.

  • Stretton, C., Mudge, S., Kayes, N. M., Taylor, D., & McPherson, K. M. (2013). ‘Activity Coaching’ to improve walking for people with neurological conditions: A mixed methods study. In New Zealand Rehabilitation Conference: Connecting, Living, Rebuilding. Nelson.

  • Wolf, S., Byblow, W. D., Hale, L., Lewis, G. N., Taylor, D., & McNulty, P. (2012). Implementing new technologies in neurorehabilitation. In New Zealand Applied Neurosciences Conference. Auckland. Retrieved from http://nzsanc.aut.ac.nz/sg_userfiles/Programme_Updated_10_sep.pdf

  • Stretton, C. M., Mudge, S., Kayes, N., Taylor, D., & McPherson, K. (2012). Activity-Coaching for improving usual walking in people with neurological conditions. In Expanding Horisons: Physiotherapy New Zealand Conference Vol. New Zealand Journal of Physiotherapy, 40(2), 93-93 (pp. 54). Welington.

  • Binns, E., Taylor, D., Hale, L., Scluter, P., Waters, D., McCracken, H., & Wolf, S. (2011). Tai Chi for falls prevention: The effect of group exercise. In World Physical Therapy 2011. Amsterdam.

  • Binns, E., & Taylor, D. (2011). A service delivery model of Constraint-Induced Movement Therapy in an undergraduate clinical education setting. In World Physical Therapy 2011. Amstredam.

  • Stretton, T., Taylor, D., & Stott, S. (2011). Gait analysis of Cerebral Palsy: Stepping forward from laboratory to clinical application. In 2011 Neurosymposium of the Neurology Group of the New Zealand Physiotherapy Society. Dunedin.

  • Binns, E., Taylor, D., Hale, L., Schluter, P., Waters, D., McCracken, H., . . . Wolf, S. (2011). Tai Chi for falls prevention: The effect of group exercise. In 16th International WCPT Congress. Amsterdam.

  • Saywell, N. L., & Taylor, D. (2011). The role of the cerebellum in procedural learning - are there implications for clinical practice?. In New Zealand Stroke & Applied Neurosciences Conference. Auckland.

  • Taylor, D., Hale, L., Schluter, P., Waters, D., Binns, E., McCracken, H., . . . Lord, S. (2011). A randomised controlled trial investigating the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of Tai Chi as a community based falls prevention intervention. In The 2011 Conference for General Practice. Auckland.

  • Taylor, D., Hale, L., Schluter, P., Waters, D., Binns, E., McCracken, H., . . . Wolf, S. (2011). A randomised controlled trial investigating the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of Tai Chi as a communitybased falls prevention intervention. In 16th International WCPT Congress. Amsterdam.

  • Cummins, C., Taylor, D., Smith, G., & McPherson, K. (2011). Perceived benefits of a therapeutic exercise programme for woman diagnosed with breast cancer. In 2011 New Zealand Rehabilitation Association Biennial Conference. Auckland New Zealand.

  • Smith, G., Taylor, D., Cummins, C., & McPherson, K. (2011). Exploring engagement in a personalised therapeutic exercise programme for women diagnosed with breast cancer. In 2011 New Zealand Rehabilitation Association Biennial Conference. Auckland New Zealand.

  • Rosie, J. A., McPherson, K., Taylor, D. E., Mudge, S., & Stott, S. (2011). Aging positively with cerebral palsy - How health professionals make a difference. In 2011 New Zealand Rehabilitation Association Biennial Conference. Auckland.

  • Rosie, J. A., McPherson, K., Taylor, D., Mudge, S., & Stott, S. (2011). Aging with cerebral palsy – Where is the team for a team approach?. In The 2011 Conference for General Practice. Auckland.

  • Saywell, N. L., Taylor, D., & Boocock, M. G. (2011). Age dependent differences in ground reaction force and kinematics when descending a step. In 16th International WCPT Congress. Amsterdam.

  • Taylor, D. (2011). Stepping Forward. In 2011 Neurosymposium of the Neurology Group of the New Zealand Physiotherapy Society. Dunedin.

  • Rosie, J. A., Taylor, D., & Lewis, G. N. (2010). The immediate effects of neuromuscular electrical stimulation on cortical excitability and grip control in people with chronic stroke. In New Zealand Society of Physiotherapy Conference, Working toegther: Research with Practice. Auckland.

  • Towersey, N. C. M., Taylor, D., & Lewis, G. N. (2010). The effect of sensory electrical stimulation on brain activity and hand sensation. In The 6th World Congress of Neurorehabilitation. Vienna.

  • Stretton, T., & Taylor, D. (2009). Eye and body movement strategies during turning tasks in older adults at risk of falls. In International Society of Posture and Gait Research (ISPGR) Bienniel Conference. Bologna.

  • Koolaiyan, K., Stretton, T., & Taylor, D. (2009). Anticipatory postural adjustments during voluntary arm movement. In 2009 Neurosymposium of the Neurology Group of the New Zealand Physiotherapy Society. Auckland.

  • Stretton, T., & Taylor, D. (2009). Does ageing have an effect on anticipatory postural movements and step parameters during a step turning task?. In 2009 Neurosymposium of the Neurology Group of the New Zealand Physiotherapy Society. Auckland.

  • Kayes, N. M., McPherson, K. M., Taylor, D., & Schluter, P. J. (2009). The Facilitating Activity for well-Being (FAB) Programme: A pilot study of a new approach to engaging people with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) in goal-directed physical activity. In AFRM / NIRR / NZRA Rehabilitation Conference. Queenstown.

  • Binns, E., Taylor, D., Kayes, N. M., & McPherson, K. M. (2009). Is Tai Chi an acceptable form of exercise to people with Multiple Sclerosis: A pilot study. In New Zealand Society of Physiotherapists Neurology Special Interest Group Neurosymposium. Auckland.

  • Kayes, N. M., McPherson, K. M., Taylor, D., & Schluter, P. J. (2009). Facilitating activity for well-being in people with multiple sclerosis: A pilot study. In Australasian Society for Behavioural Health and Medicine Conference 6th Scientific Conference Abstract Book (pp. 91). Auckland.

  • Kayes, N. M., McPherson, K. M., Taylor, D., Schluter, P. J., Leete, M., & Kolt, G. (2009). Exploring the barriers and facilitators to physical activity for people with multiple sclerosis. In Australasian Society for Behavioural Health and Medicine Conference 6th Scientific Conference Abstract Book (pp. 83). Auckland.

  • Binns, E., Taylor, D., Kayes, N. M., & McPherson, K. M. (2009). Does Tai Chi improve strength and balance in people with Multiple Sclerosis: A pilot study. In APA Conference Week - National Neurology Group. Sydney.

  • Rosie, J. (2009). Grip control following stroke: what goes wrong and can we fix it?. In Neurosymposium. Auckland.

  • Taylor, D. (2009). Motor learning in the community: you are in the driving seat. In The National Community Physiotherapy Conference. Hamilton.

  • Taylor, D. (2009). Exercise in people with neuromuscular conditions. In Window on tomorrow: Advancement in the science and medicine of neuromuscular conditions conference. Auckland.

  • Taylor, D. (2009). Balancing dexterity: the postural control requirements of using your arms. In The Neurosymposium. Auckland.

  • Signal, N. E. J., Taylor, D., & McNair, P. J. (2009). The relationship between voluntary activation, strength and physical function in people with stroke. In The NZ Society of Physiotherapists Neurology Group Symposium. Auckland.

  • Signal, N. E. J., Taylor, D., & McNair, P. J. (2009). Central and peripheral contributions to neuromuscular fatigue in people with chronic stroke. In The Australian Physiotherapy Association Conference Week. Sydney.

  • Mudge, S., Taylor, D., Wong, R., Chang, O., & Stott, S. (2009). StepWatch activity monitoring over three days is reliable in participants with stroke and healthy adults. In The Neurosymposium. Auckland.

  • Lucas, J., Taylor, L., Lewis, G. N., & Taylor, D. (2009). The effect of electrical stimulation on cortical excitability in people with chronic stroke. In Neurosymposium. Auckland.

  • Kayes, N. M., McPherson, K. M., Taylor, D., Schluter, P. J., Leete, M., & Kolt, G. (2009). Exploring the barriers and facilitators to physical activity for people with multiple sclerosis. In The Australasian Society for Behavioural Health and Medicine Conference. Auckland.

  • Kayes, N. M., McPherson, K. M., Taylor, D., & Schluter, P. J. (2009). The Facilitating Activity for well-Being (FAB) Programme: A pilot study of a new approach to engaging people with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) in goal-directed physical activity. In The AFRM / NIRR / NZRA Rehabilitation Conference. Queenstown.

  • Kayes, N. M., McPherson, K. M., Taylor, D., & Schluter, P. J. (2009). Facilitating activity for well-being in people with multiple sclerosis: A pilot study. In The Australasian Society for Behavioural Health and Medicine Conference. Auckland.

  • Brownhill, M., Taylor, D., & Signal, N. E. J. (2009). The development of an exercise programme for adults with neuromusuclar disease. In The NZ Society of Physiotherapy Neurology Group Symposium. Auckland.

  • Binns, E., Taylor, D., Kayes, N., & McPherson, K. (2009). Is Tai Chi an acceptable form of exercise to people with Multiple Sclerosis?. In The NZ Society of Physiotherapists Neurology Group Symposium. Auckland.

  • Binns, E., Taylor, D., Kayes, N., & McPherson, K. (2009). Does Tai Chi improve strength and balance in people with Multiple Sclerosis – A pilot study. In The APA Conference week. Sydney.

  • Binns, E., & Taylor, D. (2009). The Otago Exercise Programme (OEP) online training programme. In The NZ Society of Physiotherapists Neurology Group Symposium. Auckland.

  • Taylor, L. M., Lewis, G. N., Taylor, D., & Rosie, J. (2008). EMG-triggered neuromuscular electrical stimulation enhances corticospinal excitability.. .

  • Taylor, D., Shepard, N., & Ashburn, A. (2008). The control of step turning tasks: driven by vision?. In Third Australian and New Zealand Falls Prevention Conference. Melbourne.

  • Mudge, S., Janus, D., Schroeder, D., & Taylor, D. (2008). Relationship of the Actical to the StepWatch Activity Monitor in healthy participants. In International Conference on Ambulatory Monitoring of Physical Activity and Movement Conference Book (pp. 117). : Dept. of Rehabilitation Medicine Erasmus MC.

  • Mudge, S., Chang, O., Wong, R., & Taylor, D. (2008). Test-retest reliability of the StepWatch Activity Monitor in healthy participants. In International Conference on Ambulatory Monitoring of Physical Activity and Movement (pp. 116). Rotterdam: Dept. of Rehabilitation Medicine Erasmus MC.

  • Lewis, G. N., Taylor, L., Taylor, D., Rosie, J., & Rice, D. (2008). EMG-triggered neuromuscular electrical stimulation enhances corticospinal excitability. In European Congress on Clinical Neurophysiology. Istanbul.

  • Leete, M., Kayes, N., Mawston, G., Schluter, P., McPherson, K., & Taylor, D. (2008). Exploring Actical accelerometers as an objective measure of physical activity in people with stroke and multiple sclerosis. In 10th International Congress of Behavioural Medicine Abstract Book (pp. 294). Tokyo: International Society of Behavioural Medicine.

  • Kayes, N. M., McPherson, K. M., Taylor, D., Schluter, P. J., Leete, M., Kolt, G. S., & McNaughton, H. (2008). Exploring the barriers and facilitators to physical activity in people with multiple sclerosis. In Proceedings of the 10th International Congress of Behavioral Medicine (pp. 211). : International Society of Behavioral Medicine and Japanese Society of Behavioral Medicine.

  • Kayes, N. M., McPherson, K. M., Taylor, D., Schluter, P. J., Leete, M., & Kolt, G. S. (2008). Facilitating Activity for well-Being in people with Multiple Sclerosis: A pilot study. In The 10th International Congress of Behavioural Medicine. Tokyo.

  • Kayes, N. M., McPherson, K. M., Taylor, D., & Schluter, P. J. (2008). Exploring the barriers and facilitators to physical activity in people with Multiple Sclerosis. In The 10th International Congress of Behavioural Medicine. Tokyo.

  • Kayes, N., McPherson, K., Taylor, D., & Schluter, P. (2008). Facilitating activity for well-being in people with multiple sclerosis: A pilot study. In 10th International Congress of Behavioural Medicine Abstract Book (pp. 76). Tokyo: International Society of Behavioural Medicine.

  • Binns, E., & Taylor, D. (2008). The Otago Exercise Programme (OEP) online training package. In Third Australian and New Zealand Falls Prevention Conference. Melbourne.

  • Saywell, N., & Taylor, D. (2007). The cerebellum and motor learning. In Neurology Special Interest Group, Neurosymposium. Nelson.

  • Kayes, N. M., McPherson, K. M., Taylor, D., Schluter, P. J., & Kolt, G. S. (2007). The Physical Activity Disability Survey (PADS): Reliability, validity and utility in people with Multiple Sclerosis. In Innovation in Rehabilitation: Applying Theory to Practice Conference. Rotorua. Retrieved from http://www.idris.ac.uk/

  • Narsai, A., Rosie, J., & Taylor, D. (2007). The High Level Mobility Assessment Tool (HiMAT): Re-Test Reliability in Healthy Young Adults. In Neurosymposium: A Balancing Act. Nelson.

  • Rosie, J., & Taylor, D. (2007). GrandStand Function & Feedback - Sit-to-stand as home exercise for mobility limited adults over 80 years of age. In Physiotherapy Vol. 93, Suppl. 1 (pp. s116). Vancouver.

  • Taylor, D., Juniot, C., Wilson, B. J., Shepard, N., & Ashburn, A. (2007). Coordination of eye and head movements during turning. In The New Zealand Society of Physiotherapy Neurology Group Neurosymposium Programme and Book of Abstracts (pp. 10). Nelson.

  • Taylor, D. (2007). Falls prevention programme - Why we need to understand balance. In New Zealand Manipulative Physiotherapists Association Biennial Scientific Conference. Rotorua.

  • Taylor, D. (2007). Falls prevention programmes - Why we need to understand balance. In The New Zealand Manipulative Physiotherapists' Association Biennial Scientific Conference. Rotorua.

  • Rosie, J., & Taylor, D. (2007). GrandStand function and feedback: Sit-to-stand as home exercise for mobility limited adults over 80 years of age. In Falls Prevention in Older People (pp. 55). Queensland.

  • Kayes, N. M., McPherson, K. M., Taylor, D., Schluter, P. J., & Kolt, G. S. (2007). The Physical Activity Disability Survey (PADS): reliability, validity and utility in people with Multiple Sclerosis. In The Innovation in Rehabilitation: Applying theory to practice conference. Rotorua.

  • Johnston, S., Charlesworth, P., Kayes, N., McPherson, K., Taylor, D., Cummins, C., . . . Leete, M. (2007). Facilitators and barriers to physical activity for people with stroke: A qualitative exploration. In New Zealand Society of Physiotherapists Neurology Group Neurosymposium Programme and Book of Abstracts (pp. 15). Nelson.

  • Clague, N., & Taylor, D. (2007). The role of the cerebellum in procedural learning - Are there implications for physiotherapists' clinical practice?. In Neurosymposium Programme and Book of Abstracts (pp. 9). Nelson.

  • Charlesworth, P., Johnston, S., Kayes, N., McPherson, K., Schluter, P. J., Taylor, D., & Mawston, G. (2007). Testing the validity and reliability of accelerometers in quantifying physical activity in people after stroke. In The New Zealand Society of Physiotherapy Neurology Group Neurosymposium Programme and Book of Abstracts (pp. 10). Nelson.

  • Wilson, B. J., Kayes, N. M., McPherson, K. M., Taylor, D., & Kolt, G. (2006). The physical activity and disability survey (PADS): A reliability and validity study in people with Multiple Sclerosis. In Life! with Physiotherapy: New Zealand Society of Physiotherapy conference. Auckland.

  • Wilson, B. K., Kayes, N. M., McPherson, K. M., Taylor, D., & Kolt, G. S. (2006). Is the physical activity disability survey (PADS).modified version a valid and reliable measure for use in people with multiple sclerosis (MS)?. In New Zealand Journal of Physiotherapy Vol. 34 (pp. 113-114). .

  • Rosie, J., & Taylor, D. (2006). Grandstand function & feedback - sit-to-stand as home exercise for mobility limited adults over 80 years of age. In Australian Falls Prevention Conference. .

  • Binns, E., Taylor, D., Smith, C., & Holt, K. (2006). Community-based falls prevention in West Auckland. In The Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners Conference 2006 Handbook (pp. 70). Auckland.

  • Binns, E., Taylor, D., Smith, C., & Holt, K. (2006). Community based falls prevention in West Auckland. In The Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners Conference. .

  • Binns, E., D'Brass, J. E. M., & Taylor, D. (2006). The effectiveness, challenges and solutions of delivering the Otago Exercise Programme in New Zealand. In Australian Falls Prevention Conference Handbook (pp. 41). Brisbane.

  • Taylor, D., Mudge, S., Stretton, C. M., & Garrett, N. (2005). The utility of a clinic based 10-metre walk test as a predictor of community walking speed [Abstract]. .

  • Rosie, J., & Taylor, D. (2005). Function and feedback - The GrandStand Protocol [Abstract]. In Neurology Group 2005 Symposium Programme and Book of Abstracts. : New Zealand Society of Physiotherapists.

  • McLaren, R., & Taylor, D. (2005). The vestibular system contribution to postural control during gait; A review of current literature [Abstract]. In New Zealand Society of Physiotherapists Neurology Group 2005 Symposium Programme and Book of Abstracts. : New Zealand Society of Physiotherapists.

  • Rice, D., & Taylor, D. (2004). Which muscles fire first? [Abstract]. .

Reports

  • Alder, G., Signal, N., Taylor, D., Niazi, I., Rashid, U., Brebner, S., . . . Alsmefer, F. (2017). Rehabilitation Innovation Team, C-Prize Wearables Competition Team Journal. Auckland, New Zealand. Retrieved from https://www.cprize.nz/lab-books/rehab-innovation

  • Taylor, D., Hale, L., McPherson, K., Waters, D., Schluter, P. J., Binns, E. E., . . . Wolf, S. (2009). An evaluation of ACC's modified Tai Chi for older adults.

  • Taylor, D., Binns, E., & Stretton, T. (2009). Otago Exercise Programme: Report on nurse delivered and physiotherapist delivered programmes in New Zealand. Wellington.

  • Taylor, D., Binns, E., & Stretton, T. (2008). Otago Exercise Programme: Report on nurse delivered and physiotherapist delivered programmes in New Zealand. Wellington: Accident Compensation Corporation.

  • Taylor, D., & Binns, E. (2007). Otago Exercise Programme: Report on nurse delivered and physiotherapist delivered programmes in New Zealand. Auckland.

  • Taylor, D., & Binns, E. (2007). Co-ordination and training of practice nurses to deliver the Otago Exercise Programme to older persons. Auckland.

  • Taylor, D., & Binns, E. (2007). Co-ordination and training of nurses to deliver the Otago Exercise Programme to older persons. Auckland.

  • Taylor, D., & Binns, E. (2006). Co-ordination and training of practice nurses to deliver the Otago Exercise Programme to older persons. Auckland, New Zealand.

  • Taylor, D., & Binns, E. (2006). Otago Exercise Programme: Report on nurse delivered and physiotherapist delivered programmes in New Zealand. Auckland, New Zealand.

  • Taylor Denise. (2005). Tai Chi screening tool. Auckland, New Zealand.

Software

  • Signal, N., Alder, G., Rashid, U., Brebner, S., Olsen, S., & Taylor, D. (2017). exciteBCI: Mobile Application for Brain-Computer Interface Rehabilitation [Computer Software]. Online: Exsurgo Rehabilitation Limited.

Theses

  • Sezier, A. (2016). The experience of chronic subjective dizziness: A qualitative exploratory study. (AUT, North Shore Campus). Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/10292/10105

  • Te Ao, B. (2015). Measuring the economic cost of traumatic brain injury (TBI) in New Zealand: A cost-of-illness study. (Auckland University of Technology, Auckland, New Zealand). Retrieved from http://aut.researchgateway.ac.nz/

  • Stretton, T. (2010). Eye and Body Movement Strategies during Turning Tasks in Older Adults at Risk of Falls. (AUT University, Auckland, New Zealand). Retrieved from http://aut.researchgateway.ac.nz/bitstream/10292/1020/4/StrettonT2.pdf

  • Saywell, N. (2010). Age dependent differences in shock absorption in the hip and knee at loading response. (AUT).

Oral presentations

  • Taylor, D. (2010). Constraint Induced Movement Therapy and neural plasticity. Christchurch.

  • Taylor, D. (2007). Physiological Changes with Ageing. Auckland.

Working paper/discussions

  • Hassan, A., Jochumsen, M., Riaz, F., Signal, N., Taylor, D., & Niazi, I. K. (2015). Improved decoding of movement-related cortical potentials using empirical mode decomposition for pre-processing and feature extraction in brain-computer interfacing.. IOP science. Retrieved from http://iopscience.iop.org/1741-2552/

  • Taylor, D., Signal, N., Jochumsen, M., & Niazi, I. K. (2015). The Movement Related Cortical Potential: an endogenous signal to drive a Paired Associative Stimulation Protocol. Hindawi. Retrieved from http://www.hindawi.com/

Other outputs

  • Binns, E., Kerse, N., Peri, K., Cheung, G., & Taylor, D. (2020). Program fidelity challenges discovered during a feasibility randomized controlled trial of group falls prevention exercises. SAGE Research Methods Cases. doi:10.4135/9781529742626

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