Associate Professor, Kinesiology
Campus: UMD | Building: School of Public Health | Room: 0110F
Phone: (301) 405-2492 |
Website: 
Neuromechanics Research Core
Biography

Research Summary:
Our research is currently focused on biomechanics and motor control of (1) hand and digits and (2) persons with lower extremity amputations as well as their applications to medicine, rehabilitation, and ergonomics. We are especially interested in understanding the CNS control mechanism for motor redundancy, developments of motor functions in typically developing children as well as children with developmental coordination disorder, developmental changes and intervention & adaptation of motor functions in elderly persons and the persons with neurological/genetic disorders or stroke, and physiological and biomechanical risk and interventions of persons with lower extremity amputations. We use techniques of biomechanics, motor control, neurophysiology, and exercise physiology: kinematic analysis using motion capture systems, kinetic/dynamic analysis, neuromuscular training, TMS, EMG, MEG, MRI, optic fiber Bragg grading (FBG) force sensors, 6-D kinetic pen, cardiovascular exercise, neuromuscular training, epidemiology, etc. 

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Education and Training
Ph.D.
The Pennsylvania State University, PA, USA
Major in Kinesiology (Biomechanics and Motor Control)
Minor in Industrial Engineering (Ergonomics / Human Factor Engineering)
2005
 
M.S.
Ball State University, IN, USA
Major in Clinical Biomechanics
Minor in Computer Science (Signal and Image Processing)
2002
 
B.S.​
Summa Cum Laude
Kyung Hee University, Seoul, Korea
Major in Kinesiology (Physical Education/Exercise Science)
Secondary School Teacher License (Korean Ministry of Education)
1999
Courses

Undergraduate

  • KNES300, Biomechanics of Human Motion (4 credits)
  • GEMS496, Team Project Seminar

Graduate

  • KNES689C, Kinematics of Human Motion (3 credits)
  • KNES689L, Neuromechanics of Bipedal Locomotion (3 credits)
  • KNES689F, Neuromechanics of Muscles (3 credits)
  • KNES670, Biomechanics Theory (3 credits)
  • KNES689W, Anthropomorphic Robotics (3 credits)
Honors and Awards
Honors and Awards
 
1992    Freshman of the Year Award
            College of Exercise Science & Physical Education
            Kyung Hee University, Top Entrance Exam Score, One-Year Full Scholarship
1999    Presidential Award for Excellent Academic Achievement
            Kyung Hee University, Top GPA among Graduates in 1999
1999    Graduate of the Year Award
            Kyung Hee University
1999    Oversea Exchange Student Award
            Kyung Hee University & Ball State University, IN, USA
            Two-Year Graduate Assistantship
2002, 2001      Recognized Graduate Student
            Graduate School, Ball State University, IN, USA
2002    Young Investigator Award (2nd place)
            International Society of Biomechanics (ISB)
2004    Kligman Research Fellowship
            The Graduate School, Penn State University, PA, USA
2005    Dissertation Award
            The Graduate School, Penn State University, PA, USA
2007    Young Investigator Award (2nd place)
            International Society of Biomechanics (ISB)
2007    Promising Young Scientist Award (2nd place)
            International Society of Biomechanics (ISB)
2009    Young Scientist Award (1st place; honorary award)
            American Society of Biomechanics (ASB)
2009    Promising Young Scientist Award (1st place; honorary award)
            International Society of Biomechanics (ISB)
2010    Kyung Hee International Scholar
            Kyung Hee University
 
Grants
 
Funded as Principal Investigator
  1. Shim JK (PI), Development of golf-specific wrist strength training protocols; Recovery Science Inc.; Period: 1/1/07-1/31/07; $4,000; Funded. 2007
  2. Shim JK (PI), Strength training effects on dynamic strength of wrist; Recovery Science Inc.; Period: 2/1/07-1/31/08; $5,000; Funded. 2007.
  3. Shim JK (PI), Neuromuscular modeling of wrist; Recovery Science Inc.; $2,000; Funded. 2007
  4. Shim JK (PI), Fortifying Wrists: the crucial weakest links; Maryland Industrial Partnerships (MIPS); Period: 2/1/07-1/31/08; $300,000 ($90,000 fund from MIPS + $10,000 fund from Industrial Partner + $200,000 in-kind support from Industrial Partner); Funded. 2007.
  5. Shim JK (PI), 2007 North East American Society of Biomechanics (NEASB) Conference: Bridging the gap between biomechanics and motor control; conference organization grant; American Society of Biomechanics (ASB); Period: 3/30/07-3/31/07; $2,000; Funded. 2007.
  6. Shim JK (PI), 2007 North East American Society of Biomechanics (NEASB) Conference industrial sponsorship; industrial sponsorship; National Instruments Inc.; 3/30/07-3/31/07; $2,000; Funded.
  7. Shim JK (PI), 2007 North East American Society of Biomechanics (NEASB) Conference industrial sponsorship; industrial sponsorship; Innovative Sports Training Inc.; 3/30/07-3/31/07; $2,000;Funded.
  8. Shim JK (PI), 2007 North East American Society of Biomechanics (NEASB) Conference industrial sponsorship; industrial sponsorship; Biometrics Ltd.; 3/30/07-3/31/07; $500; Funded.
  9. Shim JK (PI), 2007 North East American Society of Biomechanics (NEASB) Conference industrial sponsorship; industrial sponsorship; Bertec Corp.; 3/30/07-3/31/07; $500; Funded.
  10. Shim JK (PI), Effects of neuromuscular strength training on motor performance; MIPS; Period: 2/1/08-1/31/09; $300,000 ($90,000 fund from MIPS + $12,000 fund from Industrial Partner + $198,000 in-kind support from Industrial Partner); Funded. 2008.
  11. Shim JK (PI), Effects of neuromuscular training of intrinsic hand muscles on hand dexterity in the elderly and development of a wearable training glove; MIPS; Period: 02/01/09-01/31/10; $2,082,800 ($90,000 fund from MIPS + $10,000 fund from Industrial Partner + $1,982,800 in-kind support from Industrial Partner); Funded. 2009.
  12. Shim JK (PI), Determining the marker configuration and modeling technique to optimize the biomechanical analysis of running-specific prosthesis; Deployment Related Medical Research Program (DRMRP) Clinical Trial Award, Department of Defense; Period: 07/01/09-06/31/11 (extended until 01/31/12); $201,293; Funded. 2009.
  13. Shim JK (PI), Handwriting mechanics; International Society of Biomechanics (Young Scientist Award); Period: 07/01/09-06/31/11; $5,000; Funded. 2009.
  14. Shim JK (PI), Thorough Baseline Assessment; Recovery Science LLC; Period: 10/09/09-10/08/10 (extended until 10/08/11); $15,000; Funded. 2009.
  15. Shim JK (PI), Development of hand and finger training exoskeleton, MIPS; $302,000 ($90,000 fund from MIPS, + $10,000 fund from Industrial Partner + $202,000 in-kind support from Industrial Partner); Funded. 2010; Period: 02/01/10-01/31/11.
  16. Shim JK (PI), Neuromechanics Research, Private donor; $35,000; Funded. 2010.
  17. Shim JK (PI), Neuromechanics Research, Under Armour; $50,000; Funded. 2010.
  18. Shim JK (PI), Adaptation of a new running shoe; Maryland Industrial Partnerships; $698,000; Funded. 2011; Period: 02/01/11-01/31/12.
  19. Shim JK (PI), Translation of kinesiology in preventive medicine I; Maryland Industrial Partnerships; $514,100; Funded. 2011; 08/01/2011 - 07/31/2012.
  20. Shim JK (PI), Evaluation of a versatile prosthesis; Freedom Innovation; $20,000; Funded. 2011.
  21. Shim JK (PI), Biosensor validation through motion analysis; Zephyr Technology; $30,000; Funded. 2011.
  22. Shim JK (PI), Adaptation of a new running shoe II; Maryland Industrial Partnerships; $206,400; Funded. 2012 Period: 02/01/12-01/31/13.
  23. Shim JK (PI), Translation of kinesiology in preventive medicine II; Maryland Industrial Partnerships; $300,000; Funded. 2012; 08/01/2012 - 07/31/2013.
  24. Shim JK (PI), Effect of the hip position in postural stability; Kukkiwon; $6,000; Funded. 03/01/2013 – 05/01/2013. 
  25. Shim JK (PI), A New Biomechanical Model to Examine Joint Control Adaptations during Running in Individuals with Lower Extremity Amputation; National Institute of Health (R03); $152,000; Funded. 2012. Period: 07/01/12-06/31/14.
  26. Shim JK (PI), Systematic investigation into hand functions for the development of evidence-based hand rehabilitation for stroke patients; Ministry of Health and Welfare of Korea, $50,000; Funded. 09/01/2013 - 02/31/2014.
  27. Shim JK (PI), Investigation into The Effects of Post-Exercise Recovery Drinks on Muscular Strength and Endurance; Maryland Industrial Partnerships; $150,000; Funded. 08/01/2013 - 07/31/2014.
  28. Shim JK (PI), The Effects of Post-Exercise Recovery Drinks on Concussion; Maryland Industrial Partnerships; $150,000; Funded. 08/01/2014 - 07/31/2015.
  29. Shim JK (PI), Systematic investigation into hand functions for the development of evidence-based hand rehabilitation for stroke patients, National Research Foundation (NRF), $150,000; Funded. 05/01/2013 - 04/30/2016.
  30. Shim JK (PI), Stroke wrist evaluation apparatus development, Ministry of Health and Welfare of Korea, $100,000; Funded. 01/20/2015 - 12/20/2015.
Funded as Co-Investigator/Contractor
  1. Shim JK (Co-PI) and Hurley B (PI), Prediction of physical attributes for performance in firefighting tasks. Physical assessment relations to job performance in firefighters, Department of Homeland Security; Period: 06/01/2007-05/31/2008; $275,000; Funded. 2007. 
  2. Shim JK (Co-PI) and Noh HS (PI), Pressure response medicated by the mechanoreceptor activation in hypertensive people, Korea Research Foundation (R01); Period: 07/01/2007 – 06/30/2008; $100,000; Funded.  2007.
  3. Shim JK (Co-PI) and Kim YH (PI), Development of sports science based biomechanical and physiological model and application technology, Korea Institute of Sport Science, 06/01/2009 – 05/31/2012; $90,000; Funded. 2009.
Intramural Funded as Principal Investigator
  1. Shim JK (PI) Effects of Lower-Body Compression Garment on Warm-up Time and Jump Performance & Annual Motion Analysis Workshop; Department of Physical Education, Ball State University; $1,000; Funded. 2001
  2. Shim JK (PI) The Influence of Lower-Body Compression Garments on Athletic Performance, 48th ACSM Annual Meeting, Baltimore, Maryland, May 30 - June 2, 2001; Graduate School, Ball State University; $100; Funded. 2001
  3. Shim JK (PI) Superposition and hierarchical organization of static prehension in human; International Society of Biomechanics (ISB); $1,000; Funded. 2003
  4. Shim JK (PI) The static human prehension: Synergy and principle of superposition; Department of Kinesiology; Penn State University; $500; Funded. 2003
  5. Shim JK (PI) Synergy and principle of superposition; Biomechanics Laboratory; Penn State University; $500; Funded. 2003
  6. Shim JK (PI) Rotational equilibrium control in multi-digit human prehension; Alumni Association Dissertation Award; Penn State University; $5,000; Funded. 2004
  7. Shim JK (PI) Finger coordination during moment production on a mechanically fixed object; Department of Kinesiology; Penn State University; $350; Funded. 2005
  8. Shim JK (PI), Multi-digit grasping control in children with developmental coordination disorder (DCD); Graduate Research Board (GRB) Summer Research Award, University of Maryland; Period: 7/1/06-8/30/06; $8,750; Funded. 2006
  9. Shim JK (PI), Plastic Changes of Finger Synergy and Independence after Finger Amputations; International Travel Grant, University of Maryland; Period: 7/1/06-8/30/06; $1,800; Funded. 2009
  10. Shim JK (PI), Equipment Purchase Grant, University of Maryland; $90,000; Funded. 2010
  11. Shim JK (PI), Upper Extremity Rehabilitation after Stroke, Office of International Affairs, University of Maryland; $15,000; Funded. 2015
 

 

Publications: 
  1. Shim JK, Latash ML, Zatsiorsky VM. Prehension synergies: Trial-to-trial variability and hierarchical organization of stable performance. Experimental Brain Research 152(2) pp.173-184, 2003. [SCI]
  2. Shim JK, Latash ML, Zatsiorsky VM. The human central nervous system needs time to organize task-specific covariation of finger forces. Neuroscience Letters. 353 pp.72-74, 2003. [SCI]
  3. Doan BK, Kwon Y-H, Newton RU, Shim JK, Popper EM, Rogers RA, Bolt LR, Robertson M, Kraemer WJ. Evaluation of a Lower-Body Compression Garment. Journal of Sports Sciences 8, pp.601-610, 2003. [SCIE]
  4. Shim JK, Latash ML, Zatsiorsky VM. Finger Coordination during torque production on a mechanically fixed object, Experimental Brain Research 157(4): 457-467, 2004. [SCI]
  5. Shim JK, Lay B, Zatsiorsky VM, Latash ML. Age-related changes in finger coordination in static prehension tasks. Journal of Applied Physiology 97(1) pp.213-224, 2004. [SCI]
  6. Latash ML, Shim JK, Zatsiorsky VM. Is there a timing synergy during multi-finger production of quick force pulses? Experimental Brain Research 159:65-71, 2004. [SCI]
  7. Latash ML, Shim JK, Gao F, Zatsiorsky VM. Rotational equilibrium during multi-digit pressing and prehension. Motor Control 8(4):392-404, 2004. [SCIE]
  8. Zatsiorsky VM, Latash ML, Gao F, Shim JK. The principle of superposition in human prehension, Robotica 22, pp. 231-234, 2004. [SCIE]
  9. Doyle TL, Davis RW, Humphries B, Dugan EL, Shim JK, and Horn BG, and Newton RU. The Medical Classification System Used By The National Wheelchair Basketball Association Additional Evidence Supporting A Change. Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly 21, pp.63-70, 2004. [SCIE]
  10. Shim JK, Mark L. Latash, Zatsiorsky VM. Prehension synergies: Trial-to-trial variability and principle of superposition during static prehension in three dimensions. Journal of Neurophysiology 93(6) pp. 3649-3658, 2005. [SCI]
  11. Shim JK, Olafsdottir H, Zatsiorsky VM, Latash ML. The emergence and disappearance of multi-digit synergies during force production tasks. Experimental Brain Research 164(2) pp.260-270, 2005. [SCI]
  12. Shim JK, Kim SW, Oh SJ, Kang N, Zatsiorsky VM, Latash ML. Plastic changes in interhemispheric inhibition with practice of a two-hand force production task: a transcranial magnetic stimulation study. Neuroscience Letters 372(2) pp.104-108, 2005. [SCI]
  13. Shim JK, Latash ML, Zatsiorsky VM. Prehension synergies in three dimensions. Journal of Neurophysiology 93 pp.766-776, 2005. [SCI]
  14. Goodman SR, Shim JK, Zatsiorsky VM, Latash ML. Motor variability within a multi-effector system: Experimental and analytical studies of multi-finger production of quick force pulses. Experimental Brain Research 163(1) pp. 75-85, 2005. [SCI]
  15. Latash ML, Shim JK, Smilga AV, Zatsiorsky VM. A central back-coupling hypothesis on the organization of motor synergies: A physical metaphor and a neural model. Biological Cybernetics 92, 186–191, 2005. [SCI]
  16. Oliveira MA, Shim JK, Loss JF, Petersen RD, Clark JE. Effect of kinetic redundancy on hand digit control in children with DCD. Neuroscience Letters 410(1):42-46, 2006. [SCI]
  17. Kim SW, Shim JK, Zatsiorsky VM, Latash ML. Anticipatory adjustments of multi-finger synergies in preparation to self-triggered perturbations. Experimental Brain Research 174(4): 604-612, 2006. [SCI]
  18. æ Shim JK, §Huang J, §Hooke AW, Latash ML, Zatsiorsky VM. Multi-digit maximum voluntary torque productions on a circular object. Ergonomics 50(5): 660-675, 2007. [SCI]
  19. æ Oliveira MA, Shim JK. Motor Redundancy: the problem of degrees of freedom in human movement science. Brazilian Journal of Sport Science 29: 9-25, 2006.
  20. æ Shim JK, §Park J, Zatsiorsky VM, Latash ML. Adjustments of prehension synergies in response to self-triggered and experimenter-triggered loading and torque perturbations. Experimental Brain Research 175:641-653, 2006. [SCI]
  21. Newton R, Gerber A, Nimphius S, Shim JK, Doan B, Robertson M, Pearson D, Craig B, Hakkinen K, and Kraemer W. Determination of functional strength imbalance of the lower extremities. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research 20(4), 971-977, 2006. [SCIE]
  22. æ §Kim CK, Lee, DY, Lee YC, §Huang J, Shim JK. Development of finger strength and control Journal of Sport and Leisure Studies 31: 961-973, 2007.
  23. æ Shim JK, §Park J. Prehension synergies: Principle of superposition and hierarchical organization in circular object prehension, Experimental Brain Research 180:541-556, 2007. [SCI]
  24. æ Shim JK, §Hsu J, §Karol S, Hurley B.F. Strength training increases training-specific multi-finger coordination. Motor Control 12:311-329, 2008. [SCIE]
  25. æ Shim JK, §Oliveira MA,§Hsu J,§Huang J, §Park J, Clark JE. Hand Digit Control in Children: Age-related changes in hand digit force interactions during maximum voluntary finger force production tasks. Experimental Brain Research 176: 374-386, 2007. [SCI]
  26. æ Shim JK, §Karol S, §Hsu J, §Oliveira MA. Hand digit control in children: Motor overflow in multi-finger force space during maximum voluntary force production. Experimental Brain Research 186: 443-456, 2008. [SCI]
  27. æ Oliveira MA, §Hsu J, §Park J, Clark JE, Shim JK.  Age-related changes of multi-finger interactions during the adulthood. Human Movement Science 27: 714-727, 2008. [SCI]
  28. æ §Hooke AW, §Park J, Shim JK. Forces behind the words: development of the Kinetic Pen. Journal of Biomechanics 41:2060-2064, 2008. [SCI]
  29. §Kim SW, Shim JK, Zatsiorsky VM, Latash ML. Finger Interdependence: Linking the Kinetic and Kinematic Variables. Human Movement Science 27:408-422, 2008. [SCI]
  30. æ §Oliveira MA, Rodrigues AM, Caballero RMS, de Souza Peterson RD, Shim JK. Strength and isometric torque control in individuals with Parkinson’s disease. Experimental Brain Research 184: 445-450, 2008. [SCI]
  31. æ Kim CK, Lee DY, §Kim YS, §Huang J, §Park J, Shim JK Finger force enslaving and surplus in spinal cord injury patients. Experimental Brain Research 195: 627-33, 2009. [SCI]
  32. Goodman S, Haufler A, Shim JK, Hatfield B. Regular and random components in aiming point trajectory during rifle aiming and shooting. Journal of Motor Behavior 41:367-82, 2009. [SCI]
  33. æ §Kim YS, Shim JK. Effect of backward walking rehabilitation exercise (ABRE) program on lumbar extension strength in hernia-operated patients. Journal of Sport and Leisure Studies 35:801-813, 2009.
  34. æ §Shim JK,§Karol S, §Kim YS,§Yoon BC, §Kim CK. Coordinative interactions of motor effectors. ICHPER SD Asia Journal of Research 1: 9-16, 2009.
  35. Park WI, Park SI, Choi HM, Lee JH, Jeon JM, Kim JK, Shim JK, Hosung Nho. Cardiovascular responses over the time course during muscle group III stimulation in prehypertensive individuals. Journal of Life Science 19: 1564-1578, 2009.
  36. æ §Kim YS, §Park J, Shim JK. Effects of aquatic locomotion exercise and progressive resistance exercise on lumbar extension strength in patients that have undergone lumbar diskectomy. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 91: 208-214, 2010. [SCI]
  37. æ §Park J, §Kim YS, Shim JK. Prehension synergy: effects of static constraints on multi-finger prehension. Human Movement Science 29: 19-34, 2010. [SCI]
  38. æ Shim JK, §Hooke AW, §Kim YS, §Karol S, §Park J, Kim YH. Handwriting: Hand-pen contact force synergies in circle drawing tasks. Journal of Biomechanics 43: 2249-53, 2010. [SCI]
  39. æ §Kim YS, §Park J, Shim JK. Effect of training frequency on lumbar extension strength in patients recovering from lumbar dyscectomy. Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine. 42(9): 839-45, 2010. [SCIE]
  40. Sheaff AK, Bennett A, Hanson ED, §Kim Y, §Hsu J, Shim JK, Edwards ST, Hurley BF. Physiological determents of the candidates physical ability tests in firefighters. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research 24: 3112-3122, 2010. [SCIE]
  41. æ Shim JK, §Park JB, §Kim MJ, Kim S. Motor synergy research through Uncontrolled Manifold analysis. Korean Journal of Sport Psychology. 22 (4): 127-142, 2011.
  42. æ §Karol S, §Kim YS, §Huang J, Kim YH, §Koh J, Yoon BC, and Shim JK. Multi-finger pressing synergies change with the level of extra degrees of freedom. Experimental Brain Research. 208(3): 359-367, 2011. [SCI]
  43. æ Shim JK, §Karol S, §Kim YS, Seo NJ, Kim YH, §Kim YS, Yoon BC. Tactile feedback plays a critical role in maximum finger force production. Journal of Biomechanics. 45: 415-420, 2012. [SCI]
  44. æ §Kim MJ, §Karol S, §Park JB, §Auyang A, Kim YH, §Kim S, Shim JK. Inter-joint synergies increase with motor task uncertainty in a whole-body pointing task. Neuroscience Letters. 512(2): 214-217. 2012. [SCI]
  45. æ §Hooke A, §Karol S, §Park JB, Kim YH, Shim JK. Handwriting: 3-d kinetic synergies in circle drawing movements. Motor Control. 16(3):329-52, 2012. [SCIE]
  46. Seo JJ, Shim JK, Engel A, Enders L. Grip surface affects maximum pinch force. Human Factors. 53(6): 740-8, 2012. [SCI]
  47. æ §Park J, §Baum BS, §Kim YS, Kim YH, Shim JK. Prehension synergy: use of mechanical advantage during multi-finger torque production on mechanically fixed- and free objects. Journal of Applied Biomechanics. 28(3): 284-90, 2012. [SCIE]
  48. §Kim Y, Pyeon HY, Son J, Shim JK, Yoon BC. A neuromuscular strategy to prevent spinal torsion: backward perturbation alters asymmetry of transverus abdominis muscle thickness into symmetry. Gait and Posture. 38:231-235, 2013 [SCI]
  49. Kim Y, Shim JK, Hong YK, Lee SH, Yoon BC. Cutaneous sensory feedback plays a critical role in agonist-antagonist co-activation. Experimental Brain Research. 229:149-156, 2013  [SCI]
  50. æ §Hobara H, §Baum BS, §Kwon HJ, Ogata T, Shim JK. Running mechanics in amputee runners using running-specific prostheses. Japanese Journal of Biomechanics in Sports & Exercise. 17:1-9, 2013.
  51. æ §Baum BS, §Huang J, §Schultz MP, §Tian A, §Shefter B, Wolf EJ, Kwon HK, Shim JK. Amputee Locomotion: Determining the inertial properties of running-specific prostheses. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. 94:1776-1783 2013 [SCI]
  52. æ §Hobara H, §Baum BS, §Kwon HJ, Miller RH, Ogata T, Kim YH, Shim JK. Amputee locomotion: Spring-like leg behavior and stiffness regulation using running-specific prostheses. Journal of Biomechanics. 46:2483-2489, 2013 [SCI]
  53. æ §Otsuka M, Shim JK, Kurihara T, Yoshioka S, Isaka T. Effect of expertise on 3D force application during the starting block phase and subsequent steps in sprint running Journal of Applied Biomechanics. 30:390-400, 2014 [SCIE]
  54. æ §Hobara H, §Baum BS, §Kwon HJ, Linberg A, Wolf EJ, Miller RH, Shim JK. Amputee locomotion: lower extremity loading using running-specific prostheses. Gait and Posture 39:386-390, 2014 [SCI]
  55. §Kim Y, Kim J, Shim JK, Suh DW, Yoon BC. The hypoalgesic effect of remote tactile sensory modulation on the mechanical sensitivity of trigger points: A randomized controlled study NeuroRehabilitation 35:607-614, 2014 [SSCI&SCIE]
  56. §Kim YS, Kim WS, Shim JK, Suh DW, Kim TY, Yoon BC. Difference of motor overflow depending on the impaired or unimpaired hand in stroke patients. Human Movement Science 39:154-62, 2014 [SCI]