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Volume 48 Number 6, 2011
   Pages v — vi

iii Masthead
vii Thank you to Dr. Dudley S. Childress
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ix Guest Editorial:
Progress on stabilizing and controlling powered upper-limb prostheses
T. Walley Williams III, MA
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xxi Guest Editorial:
Determining delay created by multifunctional prosthesis controllers
Todd R. Farrell, PhD
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xxxix Letters to the Editor :
Stewart M. Coulter, PhD

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xli JRRD at a Glance
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Scientific/Technical Articles
609 Two-degree-of-freedom powered prosthetic wrist
Peter J. Kyberd, PhD; Edward D. Lemaire, PhD; Erik Scheme, MSc; Catherine MacPhail, BSc; Louis Goudreau, BASc, PEng; Greg Bush, BA, CP(c); Marcus Brookeshaw, BSc
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619 Target Achievement Control Test: Evaluating real-time myoelectric pattern-recognition control of multifunctional upper-limb prostheses
Ann M. Simon, PhD; Levi J. Hargrove, PhD; Blair A. Lock, MS; Todd A. Kuiken, MD, PhD
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629 Comparison of electromyography and force as interfaces for prosthetic control
Elaine A. Corbett, MS; Eric J. Perreault, PhD; Todd A. Kuiken, MD, PhD
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643 Electromyogram pattern recognition for control of powered upper-limb prostheses: State of the art and challenges for clinical use
Erik Scheme, MSc, PEng; Kevin Englehart, PhD, PEng
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661 Use of two-axis joystick for control of externally powered shoulder disarticulation prostheses
Robert D. Lipschutz, BSME, CP; Blair Lock, MS; Jonathon Sensinger, PhD; Aimee E. Schultz, MS; Todd A. Kuiken, MD, PhD
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669 Evaluation of shoulder complex motion-based input strategies for endpoint prosthetic-limb control using dual-task paradigm
Yves Losier, MScEE, PhD, PEng; Kevin Englehart, MScEE, PhD, PEng; Bernard Hudgins, MScEE, PhD, PEng
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679 Prosthetic sockets stabilized by alternating areas of tissue compression and release
Randall D. Alley, CP, LP; T. Walley Williams III, MA; Matthew J. Albuquerque, CPO; David E. Altobelli, MD
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697 Development and testing of new upper-limb prosthetic devices: Research designs for usability testing
Linda Resnik, PT, PhD, OCS
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707 Using virtual reality environment to facilitate training with advanced upper-limb prosthesis
Linda Resnik, PT, PhD, OCS; Katherine Etter, MS; Shana Lieberman Klinger, MA; Charles Kambe, BS
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719 Myoelectric forearm prostheses: State of the art from a user-centered perspective
Bart Peerdeman, MSc; Daphne Boere, MSc; Heidi Witteveen, MSc; Rianne Huis in `t Veld, PhD; Hermie Hermens, PhD; Stefano Stramigioli, PhD; Hans Rietman, MD, PhD; Peter Veltink, PhD; Sarthak Misra, PhD
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739 Electromyogram-based neural network control of transhumeral prostheses
Christopher L. Pulliam, MS; Joris M. Lambrecht, MS; Robert F. Kirsch, PhD
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