Publikationen Dr. Nils Eckardt


Kibele, A., Claußen, L., & Eckardt, N. (2021). Why resistance training in metastable states of equilibrium could be beneficial for older adults – a narrative review. Dtsch Z Sportmed. 72: 54-60.


Braun, C., Fischer, S. & Eckardt, N. (2020). Weight estimations with time-reversed point-light displays. Curr Psychol


Eckardt, N., Behm, D., Weers, A. & Schorer, J. (2020). Squats performed on an unstable surface elicit higher transversal force output compared to more stable squats. ISBS Proceedings Archive, Vol. 38 : Iss. 1.


Eckardt, N., Roden, I., Grube, D., & Schorer, J. (2020). The Relationship Between Cognition and Sensorimotor Behavior in an F1 Driving Simulation: An Explorative Study. Frontiers in psychology11, 574847. 


Linthorne, N., Heys, M., Reynolds, T., & Eckardt, N. (2020). Attaching mass to the upper arm can increase throw distance in a modified javelin throw. Acta of bioengineering and biomechanics22(2), 55–67.


Koch, M., Eckardt, N., Zech, A., & Hamacher, D. (2020). Compensation of stochastic time-continuous perturbations during walking in healthy young adults: An analysis of the structure of gait variability. Gait & posture80, 253–259.


Rosenblatt, N. J., Eckardt, N., Kuhman, D., & Hurt, C. P. (2020). Older but not younger adults rely on multijoint coordination to stabilize the swinging limb when performing a novel cued walking task. Experimental brain research238(6), 1441–1454.


Eckardt, N., Braun, C., & Kibele, A. (2020). Instability Resistance Training improves Working Memory, Processing Speed and Response Inhibition in Healthy Older Adults: A Double-Blinded Randomised Controlled Trial. Scientific reports10(1), 2506.


Santuz, A., Brüll, L., Ekizos, A., Schroll, A., Eckardt, N., Kibele, A., Schwenk, M., & Arampatzis, A. (2020). Neuromotor Dynamics of Human Locomotion in Challenging Settings. iScience23(1), 100796.


Eckardt, N., & Rosenblatt, N. J. (2019). Instability Resistance Training Decreases Motor Noise During Challenging Walking Tasks in Older Adults: A 10-Week Double-Blinded RCT. Frontiers in aging neuroscience11, 32. 


Eckardt, N., & Rosenblatt, N. J. (2018). Healthy aging does not impair lower extremity motor flexibility while walking across an uneven surface. Human movement science62, 67–80. 


Santuz, A., Ekizos, A., Eckardt, N., Kibele, A., & Arampatzis, A. (2018). Challenging human locomotion: stability and modular organisation in unsteady conditions. Scientific reports8(1), 2740. 


Eckardt, N., & Kibele, A. (2017). Automatic identification of gait events during walking on uneven surfaces. Gait & posture52, 83–86.


Eckardt N. (2016). Lower-extremity resistance training on unstable surfaces improves proxies of muscle strength, power and balance in healthy older adults: a randomised control trial. BMC geriatrics16(1), 191.