Surface electrical stimulation perturbation context determines the presence of error reduction in swallowing hyolaryngeal kinematics.
Differential psychophysiological interactions of insular subdivisions during varied oropharyngeal swallowing tasks.
Mechanisms of airway protection during chin-down swallowing.
Dysphagia in old-old women: prevalence as determined according to self-report and the 3-ounce water swallowing test.
The effects of feedback on volitional manipulation of airway protection during swallowing.
Human hyolaryngeal movements show adaptive motor learning during swallowing.
Adaptation of swallowing hyo-laryngeal kinematics is distinct in oral vs. pharyngeal sensory processing.
Tactile, gustatory, and visual biofeedback stimuli modulate neural substrates of deglutition.
Swallowing intentional off-state in aging and Alzheimer’s disease: preliminary study.
Early deficits in cortical control of swallowing in Alzheimer’s disease.
Neurophysiology of swallowing: effects of age and bolus type.
The effect of surface electrical stimulation on vocal fold position.
Simultaneous estimation of tongue volume and fat fraction using IDEAL-FSE.
The effect of surface electrical stimulation on hyolaryngeal movement in normal individuals at rest and during swallowing.
Effects of surface electrical stimulation both at rest and during swallowing in chronic pharyngeal Dysphagia.
Dysphagia in the elderly.
Normal swallowing and functional magnetic resonance imaging: a systematic review.
New directions for understanding neural control in swallowing: the potential and promise of motor learning.
Electrical stimulation and swallowing: how much do we know?
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