湯佩芳 副教授

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誠徵科技部計畫專任研究助理一名
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主要學歷 現職及經歷 研究成果 研究專長 進行中研究計畫 榮譽 教授科目 專書
 
 
 
  主要學歷
 美國奧瑞岡大學運動及動作科學學系     博士
 美國北卡羅萊納大學教堂山分校物理治療學系 碩士
 臺灣大學醫學院物理治療系         學士

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  現職及專長經歷
 臺灣大學物理治療學系           副教授
 國立臺灣大學附設醫院復健部        兼任物理治療師

 曾任
 臺灣大學物理治療學系           助理教授
 國立臺灣大學醫學院物理治療學系暨研究所  講師
 美國奧瑞崗大學動作科學研究所       兼任助理教授
 美國奧瑞崗大學動作科學研究所       助教研究助理
 臺大醫院物理治中心            兼任物理治療師

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  研究成果
 期刊論文:
  1. Chu YH, Tang PF*, Chiu MJ, Chen TF. Dual-task gait speeds better differentiate patients with cognitive impairment from cognitively normal older adults than single-task gait Speed. Formosan Journal of Physical Therapy  2017;42(1):20-31  
  2. Chen HY, Tang PF*. Factors contributing to single- and dual-task Timed "Up & Go" Test performance in middle-aged and older adults who are active and dwell in the community. Physical Therapy.  2016;96(3):284-292  (SCI)Abstract (English) 
  3. Tang PF, Yang HJ, Peng YC, Chen HY*. Motor dual-task Timed Up & Go test better identifies prefrailty individuals than single-task Timed Up & Go test. Geriatrics & Gerontology International  2015;15(2):204-210  (SCI)(SSCI)Abstract (English) 
  4. Lin YC, Shih YC, Tseng WYI, Chu YH, Wu MT, Chen TF, Tang PF*, Chiu MJ*. Cingulum correlates of cognitive functions in patients with mild cognitive impairment and early Alzheimer’s disease- A diffusion spectrum imaging study. Brain Topography  2014;27(3):393-402  (SCI)Abstract (English) 
  5. Lin YH, Tang PF*, Wang YH, Eng JJ, Lin KC, Lu L, Jeng JS, Chen SC. Reactive postural control deficits in patients with posterior parietal cortex lesions following stroke and the effects of auditory cueing. American Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation  2014;93(10):849-859  (SCI) (台大醫學院103學年度研究生優秀著作獎) Abstract (English) 
  6. Yang WC, Hsu WL*, Wu CH, Hu JS, Mao HF, Tang PF. A short-term gait training protocol for using the powered exoskeleton in people with spinal cord injury. Formosan Journal of Physical Therapy  2013;38(4):252-263  Abstract (中) Abstract (English) 
  7. Yeh FC, Tang PF, Tseng WY. Diffusion MRI connectometry automatically reveals affected fiber pathways in individuals with chronic stroke. NeuroImage Clinical   2013;2:912-921  Abstract (English) 
  8. Wang TH, Peng YC, Chen YL, Lu TW, Liao HF, Tang PF. A home-based program using patterned sensory enhancement improves resistance exercise effects for children with cerebral palsy: A Randomized Controlled Trial. Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair  2013;27(8):684-694  (SCI)Abstract (English) 
  9. Hu PT, Lin KH, Lu TW, Tang PF, Hu MH, Lai JS. Effect of a cane on sit-to-stand transfer in subjects with hemiparesis. American Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation  2013;92(3):191-202  (SCI)Abstract (English) 
  10. Chu YH, Tang PF, Peng YC, Chen HY*. A meta-analysis of type and complexity of a secondary task during walking on the prediction of elderly falls. Geriatrics and Gerontology International  2013;13(2):289-297  (SSCI)Abstract (English) 
  11. Wu MT, Lin KY, Tang PF*。太極拳運動對促進老年人認知功能之統合分析研究。物理治療  2012;37(4):347-358  Abstract (中) Abstract (English) 
  12. Chu YH, Cheng CH, Tang PF*, Lin KW. Effects of age and step direction on behavioral performances and center-of-pressure characteristics of volitional stepping in older and young adults. Biomedical Engineering, Application, Basis, Communication (EI)  2012;24(3):207-216  (SCI)Abstract (English) 
  13. Yeh CJ, Wang CY, Tang PF, Lee MC, Lin HS, Chen HY*. Hierarchy of higher-level physical functions: A longitudinal investigation on a nationally representative population of community-dwelling middle-aged and elderly persons. Disability and Rehabilitation  2012;34(15):1271-1276  (SCI)(SSCI)Abstract (English) 
  14. Chen HY, Chu YH, Chen HI, Lo WC, Jeng SF, Tang PF*. Walking speed adaptability and speed-related changes in spatiotemporal gait parameters, symmetry, and variability of hemiplegic gait in patients following stroke. Formosan Journal of Physical Therapy  2011;36(1):9-19  Abstract (English) 
  15. Peng YC, Lu TW, Wang TH, Chen YL, Liao HF*, Lin KH, Tang PF. Immediate effects of therapeutic music on loaded sit-to-stand movement in children with spastic diplegia. Gait and Posture  2011;33(2):274-278  (SCI)Abstract (English) 
  16. Tang PF, Chen HY*, Wang YH, Yip PK, Jeng SF, Hsieh CL, Lai JS. Falls in home-dwelling patients with stroke during the first three months after hospital discharge: immediate mechanisms and predictors. Formosan Journal of Physical Therapy  2010;35(4):275-283  
  17. Rand D, Eng JJ*, Tang PF, Hung C, Jeng JS. Daily physical activity and its contribution to the health- related quality of life of ambulatory individuals with chronic stroke. Health and Quality of Life Outcomes  2010;8(3):80  (SCI)Abstract (English) 
  18. Chang WH, Tang PF*, Wang YH, Lin KH, Chiu MJ, Chen SHA. Role of the premotor cortex in leg selection and anticipatory postural adjustments associated with a rapid stepping task in patients with stroke. Gait and Posture  2010;32(4):483-493  (SCI) (台大醫學院99學年度研究生優秀著作獎) Abstract (English) 
  19. Chen HY, Wang CY, Lee MY, Tang PF, Chu YH, Suen MW. A hierarchical categorisation of tasks in mobility disability. Disability and Rehabilitation  2010;32(19):1586-1593  (SSCI)Abstract (English) 
  20. Chen CH, Lin KH*, Lu TW, Chai HM, Chen HL, Tang PF, Hu MH. Immediate effect of lateral-wedge insole on stance and ambulation after stroke. American Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation   2010;89(1):48-55  (SCI)Abstract (English) 
  21. Tang PF, Ko YH, Luo ZA, Yeh FC, Chen SHA, Tseng WYI*. Tract-specific and ROI analysis of corticospinal tract integrity in subcortical ischemic stroke: Reliability and correlation with motor function of affected lower extremity. American Journal of Neuroradiology  2010;31(6):1023-1030  (SCI)Abstract (English) 
  22. Tawashy A, Eng JJ, Lin KH, Tang PF, Hung C. Physical activity is related to lower levels of pain, fatigue and depression in individuals with spinal-cord injury: A correlational study. Spinal Cord  2009;47(4):301-306  (SCI)Abstract (English) 
  23. Wang SF, Tang PF, Lin JJ, Lin KH. Comparison of kinematic and electromyographic patterns during cyclic neck motions in asymptomatic young and middle-age adults. Journal of Musculoskeletal Research  2009;12(3):175-183  Abstract (English) 
  24. Rand D, Eng JJ, Tang PF, Jeng JS, Hung C. How active are people with stroke? Use of accelerometers to assess physical activity. Stroke  2009;40(1):163-168  (SCI)Abstract (English) 
  25. Chu YH, Chen HY, Cheng CH, Tang PF*. Altered muscle activation characteristics associated with single volitional forward stepping in middle-aged adults. Clinical Biomechanics  2009;24(9):735-743  (SCI)Abstract (English) 
  26. Pang MYC, Eng JJ, Lin KH, Tang PF, Hung C and Wang YH. Association of depression and pain interference with disease-management self-efficacy in community-dwelling individuals with spinal cord injury. Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine  2009;41(13):1068-1073  (SCI)Abstract (English) 
  27. Chu YH, Tang PF, Hu MH. Using virtual reality for gait training in stroke: A systematic review. Formosan Journal of Physical Therapy  2008;33(2):121-128  Abstract (中) Abstract (English) 
  28. Jan MH, Tang PF, Lin JJ, Tseng SC, Lin YF, and Lin DH. Efficacy of a target matching foot stepping exercise on proprioception and function in patients with knee osteoarthritis: A pilot study. Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy  2008;38(1):19-25  (SCI) (2008 JOSPT Excellence in Research Award) Abstract (English) 
  29. Lin KH, Hu MH, Tang PF. Effect of physical therapy on balance and functional outcome in stroke patients in long-term care facilities. Formosan Journal of Physical Therapy  2007;32(5):275-281  Abstract (中) Abstract (English) 
  30. Chen HI, Tang PF, Hu MH*. Effects of Task-oriented Approach in Stroke Rehabilitation a Systematic Review. Formosan Journal of Physical Therapy  2007;32(6):308-315  Abstract (中) Abstract (English) 
  31. Eng JJ, Tang PF. Gait training strategies to optimize walking ability in people with stroke: A synthesis of the evidence. Expert Review in Neurotherapeutics  2007;7(10):1417-1436  Abstract (English) 
  32. Lin KH, Hu MH, Tang PF, Hsiung CL, Tsauo JY. The developement of evaluation and referral system of physical therapy in discharge planning. Formosan Journal of Physical Therapy  2007;32(2):51-58  Abstract (中) Abstract (English) 
  33. Chien CW, Hu MH, Tang PF, Shew CF, Hsieh CL*. A comparison of psychometric properties of the smart balance master system and the postural assessment scale for stroke in people who have had mild stroke. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation  2007;88(3):374-380  (SCI)Abstract (English) 
  34. Liing RJ, Tang PF, Hu MH*. Variable Practice-Is It Superior to Constant Practice for All Types of Motor Tasks? Formosan Journal of Physical Therapy  2006;31(3):219-226   (中華民國物理治療學會最佳論文獎) Abstract (中) 
  35. Chu YH, Tang PF*. Movement and center-of-pressure characteristics of multi-directional volitional stepping in healthy young adults. Formosan Journal of Physical Therapy  2006;31(3):198-205  Abstract (中) 
  36. Hsu SS, Tang PF, Hu MH. Effects of augmented feedback on motor learning- Do neurologically impaired patients follow the same principles as healthy subjects? Formosan Journal of Physical Therapy  2006;31(4):252-260  Abstract (中) 
  37. Lin KH, Wu SC, Hsiung CL, MH Hu, Hsieh CL, JH Lin, MY Kuo, Tang PF. Functional status and it related factors in residents of long-term care facilities in Taiwan. Formosan Journal of Physical Therapy  2004;29(4):217-224  Abstract (中) Abstract (English) 
  38. Jan MH, Hung JY, Lin CH, Wang SF, Liu TK, Tang PF*. Effects of A Home Program on Strength, Walking Speed, and Function after Total Hip Replacement. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation  2004;85(12):1943-1951  (SCI)Abstract (English) 
  39. Hsu AL, Tang PF*, Jan MH. Analysis of impairments influencing gait velocity and asymmetry of hemiplegic patients after mild to moderate stroke. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation  2003;84(8):1185-1193  (SCI) (Times Cited:129)  (臺大醫學院91學年度研究生優秀著作獎) Abstract (English) 
  40. Mao HF, Hsueh IP, Tang PF, Hsu CF, Hsieh, CL. Analysis and comparison of the psychometric properties of three balance measures for stroke patients. Stroke  2002;33(4):1022-1027  (SCI) (Times Cited:110) Abstract (English) 
  41. Lo WC, Tang PF. Introduction to Fugl-Meyer Assessment and its applications for stroke rehabilitation. Formosan Journal of Physical Therapy  2000;25(4):239-250  Abstract (中) Abstract (English) 
  42. Tang PF, Woollacott MH. Phase-dependent modulation of proximal and distal postural responses to slips in young and older adults. Journal of Gerontology: Medical Science  1999;54A(2):M89-M102  (SCI)Abstract (English) 
  43. Tang PF, Moore S, Woollacott MH. Correlation between two clinical balance measures in older adults: Functional mobility and sensory organization test. Journal of Gerontology: Medical Science  1998;53A(2):M140-M146  (SCI)Abstract (English) 
  44. Tang PF, Woollacott MH, Chong RKY. Control of reactive balance adjustments in perturbed human walking: roles of proximal and distal postural muscle activity. Experimental Brain Research  1998;119(2):141-152  (SCI)Abstract (English) 
  45. Tang PF, Woollacott MH. Inefficient postural responses to unexpected slips during walking in older adults. Journal of Gerontology: Medical Science  1998;53A(6):M471-M480  (SCI)Abstract (English) 
  46. Woollacott MH, Tang PF. Balance control during walking in the older adult: research and its implications. Physical Therapy  1997;77(6):646-660  (SCI)Abstract (English) 
  47. Tang PF, Woollacott MH, Roberts BL, Srour M, Lee JH, Martin MJ. Effects of walking exercise training on gait characteristics of healthy older adults. Neurology Report  1995;19(2):32-34  (SCI)
  48. Tang PF, Wu. YT. Grip Strength in Different Elbow and Forearm Positions. Formosan Journal of Physical Therapy  1989;14:41-48  Abstract (中) Abstract (English) 
研討會論文:
  1. Chen NC, Wu MT, Goh J, Tang PF* (2017). Interaction between inhibition control and task switching in middle-aged and older adults. Abstract to be presented at 2017 Annual Meeting of Organization for Human Brain Mapping. Vancouver, Canada. June 25-29.
  2. Wu MT, Gau SF, Goh JOS, Tseng WY, Hsu YC, Tang PF*. (2016) Differential neural mechanisms used by middle-aged adults to sustain task-switching performance. Abstract presented in the Taiwan Public Health Association Conference. October 15.
  3. Tu CK, Wu MT, Tang PF*. Su HT, Tseng WY, and Chiu MJ. (2016). Relationship between structural integrity of cerebral white matter tracts and gait performance in cognitively normal middle-aged and older adults. Abstract presented in the Taiwan Physical Therapy Association Conference. Taichung, Taiwan. September 24.(臺灣物理治療學會第七十二次學術論文研討會學生口頭論文獎第一名)
  4. Chang TT, Tsai AC, Chen YH, Tang PF*. (2016). Using a custom-built wearable ankle tracking device to assess and train motor sequence learning ability in patients with chronic stroke. Abstract presented in the XIV International Symposium on 3D Analysis of Human Movement. Taipei, Taiwan. July 18-21.
  5. Chang TT, Chen, YH, Hsu YC, Tseng WH, Jeng JS, Tang PF*. (2016). Integrity the frontostrial tract is associated with learning an ankle tracking task. Abstract presented at the Combined Section Meeting of American Physical Therapy Association. California, USA. February 17-20.
  6. Chen YH, Chang TT, Hsu YC; Goh JOS, Jeng JS, Tang PF*. (2016). Role of the cerebellum in implicit ankle motor sequence learning. Abstract presented at the Combined Section Meeting of American Physical Therapy Association. California, USA. February 17-20.
  7. Tu CK, Wu MT, Tang PF*. (2015). Integrity of callosal-supplementary motor fibers correlates with gait performance in older adults with and without cognitive impairment. Abstract presented in the WCPT Congress 2015. Singapore. April 29 - May 1.
  8. Chu YH, Tang PF*, Chiu MJ, Chen TF, Lin YC. (2015). Improved dual-task gait performance after dual-task oriented functional and aerobic exercise training in patients with mild cognitive impairment and patients with mild Alzheimer’s disease. Abstract submitted to the 30th International Conference of Alzheimer’s Disease International. Perth, Australia. April 15-18.
  9. Chang TZ, Tang PF*, Wu MT, Tseng WYI, Jeng JS, Chiu MJ. (2014). Role of frontostriatal fibers in motor sequence learning for patients with stroke and healthy adults. Abstract accepted by Asia Pacific Stroke Conference. Taipei, Taiwan. September 13-14.
  10. 林盈蕙、湯佩芳*、王堯弘、Janice J. Eng、林克忠、盧璐、鄭建興、陳適卿。後頂葉皮質區受損之中風病患反應性姿勢控制缺損與聽覺提示的影響。台灣腦中風學會一0二年度學術研討會。 2013/9/14-15。高雄。(102年台灣腦中風學會學術研討會優秀壁報論文獎A組第二名)
  11. Wu MT, Chiao K, Chu YH, Lin IC, Chiu MJ, Tang PF. (2013).Integrity of callosal motor fibers correlates with gait performance in older adults with cognitive impairment. Abstract presented in the WCPT-AWP&ACPT Congress 2013.Taichung, Taiwan. September 5-9.
  12. Chu YH, Wu MT,3, Chiao K, Lin IC, Chiu MJ, Tang PF. (2013).Influence of dual task challenges on gait performance of older adults with cognitive impairment. Abstract presented in the WCPT-AWP&ACPT Congress 2013.Taichung, Taiwan. September 5-9.
  13. Chen HI , Tseng WYI , Tang PF (2013). Relationship between the integrity of corticospinal tract and cortical activation intensity in patients with chronic stroke. Abstract presented in the WCPT-AWP&ACPT Congress 2013.Taichung, Taiwan. September 5-9.
  14. Chiao K, Tsai AC, Hsieh TH, Wu MT,3, Lin TT, Tang PF (2013).Development of a portable wireless ankle tracking assessment and training device: preliminary results. Abstract presented in the WCPT-AWP&ACPT Congress 2013.Taichung, Taiwan. September 5-9.
  15. Wu MT, Tang PF, Lin KY. (2013). Comparison of effects of Tai Chi Chuan and western exercise on cognitive functions in older adults: Systematic review and meta-analysis. Abstract submitted to the 28th International Conference of Alzheimer’s Disease International. Taipei, Taiwan. April 18-20.
  16. Lin YC, Tang PF, Chiu MJ, Tseng WYI, Chu YH. (2013). Structural integrity of the cingulum bundle and its relationship with executive function in patients with mild cognitive impairment and patients with mild Alzheimer’s disease. Abstract submitted to the 28th International Conference of Alzheimer’s Disease International. Taipei, Taiwan. April 18-20.
  17. Chu YH, Tang, PF, Chiu MJ, Lin YC, Chen TF. (2013). Effects of aerobic exercise combined with dual-task training on cognitive functions in patients with cognitive impairment. Abstract submitted to the 28th International Conference of Alzheimer’s Disease International. Taipei, Taiwan. April 18-20.
  18. 朱育秀、湯佩芳、邱銘章、陳達夫(2012)。 運動訓練對輕度知能障礙患者與早期阿茲海默症患者之療效。101年台灣失智症聯合學術研討會。台北,台灣。9月1日。
  19. 吳孟恬、林冠吟、湯佩芳 (2012) 。太極拳運動對促進老年人認知功能之統合分析研究。101年度台灣失智症聯合學術研討會。台北,台灣。9月1日。
  20. 朱育秀、湯佩芳、邱銘章、陳達夫(2012)。 以單項與雙項任務步行速度區辨健康人、輕度知能障礙患者、與阿茲海默症患者。台灣公共衛生學會2012聯合年會 。台中,台灣。10月6-7日。
  21. Chen HI, Tang PF, Lin IC, Tseng WY, Chen SHA, Koh CL, Chu YH. (2012). Associations of cortical activation intensity and lateralization with lower extremity motor functions in patients with stroke. Abstract presented in the 63rd Conference meeting of Physical Therapy Association of R. O. C. (Taiwan). Taichung, Taiwan. Sep 24.
  22. Chen HI, Tang PF, Tseng WYI, Chen SHA, Lin IC, Huang C. (2012). Predicting lower extremity motor function in patients with chronic stroke using structural integrity of corticospinal tract and lateralization of sensorimotor cortex activation. Abstract to be presented in the 7th World Congress of NeuroRehabilitation. Melbourne, Australia. May 16-19 Chu YH, Tang PF, Chiu MJ. (2011). Differentiating between older adults with and without executive function impairment using single- and dual-task walking speeds. Abstract presented in the General Meeting 2011 of Word Confederation of Physical Therapy. Amsterdam, the Netherlands. June 20-23.
  23. Cheng CH, Chu YH, Tang PT. (2011). Performance of multidirectional volitional stepping in healthy young adults and elderly. Abstract presented in the General Meeting 2011 of Word Confederation of Physical Therapy. Amsterdam, the Netherlands. June 20-23.
  24. Tang PF, Lin IC, Chen HI, Chu YH, Tseng WYI. (2011). Relationships between clinical sensorimotor performance and structural integrity of posterior column-medical lemniscus and corticospinal tracts in patients with chronic stroke. Abstract presented in the General Meeting 2011 of Word Confederation of Physical Therapy. Amsterdam, the Netherlands. June 20-23.
  25. Wong C, Tang PF, Chu YH, Lin CJ, Chen HI. (2011). Effects of task-oriented training on mobility functions in subacute stroke patients: A meta-analysis. Abstract presented in the 62th Conference meeting of Physical Therapy Association of R. O. C. (Taiwan). Taipei, Taiwan. March 19.
  26. Chen HI, Tang PF, Tseng WY, Chen Sh, Lin IC, Koh CL, Chu YH. (2010). The relationship between lateralization of cortex activation and lower extremity motor function in patients with stroke. Abstract presented in the 61th Conference meeting of Physical Therapy Association of R. O. C. (Taiwan). Taichung, Taiwan. Sep 26.
  27. Lo MC, Ko YH, Tang PF, Tseng WYI. (2009) Predictive value of structural integrity of affected corticospinal tracts in motor function outcome of affected upper extremities in patients with subcortical ischemic stroke: a diffusion spectrum imaging tractography study. Abstract submitted to the 17th Scientific Meeting of International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine. Hawaii, USA. Apr 18-24.
  28. Ko YH, Tang PF, Luo ZA, Chen SH and Tseng WYI. (2009) Tract-specific quantitative analysis of diffusion spectrum Imaging in subcortical stroke: A reliability and validity study. Abstract presented in the 58th Conference meeting of Physical Therapy Association of R.O.C (Taiwan). Taipei, Taiwan. Mar 7.
  29. Chen HI, Huang WS, Chen NY, Lin YH, Tang PF. (2009) The reliability, internal consistency, and validity of a clinical turning measure for post-stroke hemiplegic patients. Abstract accepted and to be presented in 2009 American Physical Therapy Association Combine Session Meeting. Las Vegas, USA. Feb 09-12.
  30. Chu YH, and Tang PF. (2009) Altered muscle activation characteristics associated with rapid volitional forward stepping in the middle-aged adult. Abstract accepted and to be presented in 2009 American Physical Therapy Association Combine Session Meeting. Las Vegas, USA. Feb 09-12.
  31. Luo ZA, Ko YH, Hung SC, Tseng WY Issac, Tang PF. (2008) Structural integrity of the corticospinal tract is related to motor function of the affected lower extremity in persons with stroke. Abstract presented in the 14th Annual meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping. Melbourne, Australia. June 15-19.
  32. Huang WS, Lin YS, Tang PF, Jeng JS, Jeng SF, Lin KH, Chang CW. (2008) Reliability and internal consistency of the modified postural assessment scale for stroke patients. Abstract presented in the 56th Academic Conference of the Physical Therapy Association of the Republic of China. Taipei, Taiwan. March 30.
  33. Chen NY, Chen HI, Huang WS, Chung YC, and Tang PF. (2007) Effects of task-oriented training on balance, mobility and falls in patients with stroke. Abstract presented in the 2nd Congress of International Society of Reconstructive Neurosurgery. Taipei, Taiwan. September 13-16.
  34. Huang WS, Tang PF, Lin YH, and Chung YC, (2007) Discriminative validity of 4 new items of the “Modified Postural Assessment Scale for Stroke Patients.” Abstract presented in the 2nd Congress of International Society of Reconstructive Neurosurgery. Taipei, Taiwan. September 13-16.
  35. Chen HI, Chen CY, Huang WS, Chung YC, and Tang PF. (2007) Development of a clinical measure of 180˚ turning for post-stroke hemiplegic patients. Abstract presented in the ISB 2007 Congress. Taipei, Taiwan. July 1-5.
  36. Tseng HY, Lin SR, and Tang PF. (2007) Influences of using a regular cane on gait performance and attentional demands of comfortable-speed walking in patients with stroke and healthy adults. Abstract presented in the ISB 2007 Congress. Taipei, Taiwan. July 1-5.
  37. Luo ZA, Lin YH, Liao JJ, and Tang PF. (2007) Preliminary validation of a custom-built multidirectional human pulling (MDP) system. Abstract presented in the ISB 2007 Congress. Taipei, Taiwan. July 1-5.
  38. Chu YH and Tang PF. (2007) Comparisons of muscle activation patterns during single volitional forward stepping between healthy middle-aged and young adults. Abstract presented in the 54th Academic Conference of the Physical Therapy Association of the Republic of China. Taipei, Taiwan, Taipei, Taiwan. April 21-22.
  39. Lin SR, Tang PF, and Chen ST. (2007) Influences of walking speed on dynamic foot pressure and center-of-pressure (COP) patterns in hemiplegic patients following stroke: A preliminary study. Abstract presented in the World Physical Therapy 2007. Vancouver, Canada. June 2-6.
  40. Chung YC, Tang PF, Wang YH, Chiu MC, Huang WS, and Lin YH. (2007) Early performance on Postural Assessment Scale for Stroke Patients (PASS) significantly predicts length of hospital stay (LOS) for patients with first-onset ischemic stroke. Abstract presented in the 96th Annual Conference of Taiwan Stroke Society. Taipei, Taiwan. March 17-18.
  41. Lin SR, Tang PF, and Chen ST. (2006) The influences of walking speed on dynamic foot pressure patterns in patients with stroke. Abstract presented in the 52th Academic Conference of the Physical Therapy Association of the Republic of China (p. 158-159). Taipei, Taiwan. March 26.
  42. Lin YH, Lu LH, Tang PF, and Chang WH (2006) Investigation of lateral forces while performing voluntary forward stepping with and without using a cane in healthy adults and hemiplegic patients with stroke. Abstract presented in the Combined Section Meeting of American Physical Therapy Association. San Diego, USA. February 1-5.
  43. Chang WH, Huang WS, Lin YH, Lin SR, and Tang PF. (2005) The ability of stroke patients with cortical or subcortical lesion to scale the amplitude of reactive postural responses with perturbation magnitude. Abstract presented in the 1st International Symposium on Cerebral Cortical Organization and Function. Taipei, Taiwan. Oct. 1.
  44. Lin YH, Chang WS, Lu LH, Tang PF, and Hu MH (2005) Kinetic analysis of the influences of cane use on voluntary forward stepping in healthy adults and hemiplegic patients with stroke. Abstract presented in the 50th Academic Conference pf the Physical Therapy Association of the Republic of China (p. 95). Kaohsiung, Taiwan. March 20.
  45. Lu LH, Tang PF, Hu MH, Lin KC, Chiu MJ, and Lu L. (2004) Influences of cane use on voluntary forward stepping movement and associated attentional demands in hemiplegic patients. Abstract presented in the49th Academic Conference of the Physical Therapy Association of the Republic of China (p. 341). Taipei, Taiwan. Sept. 19.
  46. Lu LH, Tang PF, Liu WY, Wang SF, and Hu MH. (2004) Effects of cane use on attentional demands and reaction time of performing a voluntary stepping task in healthy adults and patients with stroke. Abstract presented in the 34nd Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience. San Diego, USA. November 23-27.
  47. Huang WS, Tang PF, Chen NY, Lee MC, Liu WY, and Pan GS. (2004). Turning characteristics of patients with stroke. Abstract presented in the 34nd Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience. San Diego, USA. November 23-27.
  48. Chen SL, Tang PF, Lin KH, and Lu TW. (2003). Comparison of balance strategies and center of pressure responses to pulling perturbations during standing between patients with stroke and healthy adults. Conference proceeding of the 47th Scientific Conference of the Physical Therapy Association of the Republic of China (p. 62). Taipei, Taiwan. Sept. 20-21.
  49. Hu PT, Lin KH, Lu TW, Tang PF, Hu MH, and Lai JS. (2003). Kinematic and kinetic analysis of sit-to-stand with and without a cane in hemiplegic patients. Conference proceeding of the 47th Scientific Conference of the Physical Therapy Association of the Republic of China (p. 63). Taipei, Taiwan. Sept. 20-21.
  50. Chu CY, Hu MH, Lin KH, Tang PF, and Chang CW. (2003). Effects of hand support on muscle responses during upward tilting perturbations in young and old adults. Conference proceeding of the 47th Scientific Conference of the Physical Therapy Association of the Republic of China (p. 82). Taipei, Taiwan. Sept. 20-21.
  51. Tang PF and Chen SL. (2003). Characteristics of protective stepping strategies in response to multi-directional pulling perturbations in healthy older adults and mild-to-moderate stroke patients. Conference proceeding of the XVIth Conference of the International Society for Postural and Gait Research (p. 156). Sydney, Australia. March 23-27.
  52. Tang PF, Chen SL, and Chu YH. (2002). Dynamic balance control during multidirectional volitional stepping in stroke patients. Abstract presented in the 32nd Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience. Orlando, November 2-7.
  53. Chen ST, Tang PF, Lin KH, Tang FT, Hu MH, and Chai HM. (2002) Analysis of dynamic foot-pressure loading patterns and parameters during walking in patients with stroke. Abstract presented in the 44th Academic Conference of the Physical Therapy Association of the Republic of China. Taipei, Taiwan. Sept. 14-15.
  54. Liu YW, Tang PF, Lin KH, Lee MY, and Jeng SF. (2002) Effects of cane length on gait of hemiplegic patients: Analysis of temporal and kinetic parameters. Abstract presented in the 44th Academic Conference of the Physical Therapy Association of the Republic of China. Tainan, Taiwan. March 16.
  55. Chu YH, Tang PF, Lu TW, Lin KH. (2001) Comparison of the movement control of multidirectional volitional stepping between healthy older and young adults. Abstract presented in the Combined Meeting of International Conference on Biomechanics and Annual Scientific Meeting of Taiwanese Society of Biomechanics. Taipei, Taiwan. November 9-11.
  56. Tang PF, Chu YH, Chen SL, Chang YL. (2001). The control mechanisms for multidirectional volitional stepping in young adults: A preliminary report. Abstract presented in the 31st Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience. San Diego, USA. November 10-15.
  57. Hsu AL, and Tang PF. (2001). Analysis of the clinical impairments determining walking speed and gait asymmetry of hemiplegic patients following stroke. Abstract presented in the Neurology Section of the Combined Section Meeting of American Physical Therapy Association. San Antonio, Texas. February 14-18.
  58. Tang PF, Chu YH, and Liu YW. (2000). Effects of walking speed on left-right symmetry of spatio-temporal parameters in hemiplegic gait. Society for Neuroscience Abstract. (p.163). New Orleans, LA, USA. November 4-9.
  59. Chen HY, Tang PF, Tsauo JY, Yip PK, Lien IN, and Huang ZS. (2000). Incidence and risk factors of falls in stroke patients after hospital discharge: Preliminary Study. Abstract presented in the 42th Academic Conference of the Physical Therapy Association of the Republic of China (p.51). Taipei, Taiwan. October 1.
  60. Hsu AL, Tang PF, Jan MH, Tsauo JY, and Chang YJ. (2000). Isokinetic muscle strength of the affected lower extremity in stroke patients: Test-retest reliability and relationship between muscle strength and walking speed and gait asymmetry. Abstract presented in the 42th Academic Conference of the Physical Therapy Association of the Republic of China (p.52). Taipei, Taiwan. October 1.
  61. Tang PF, Chen HY, Lo WC, and Chu YH. (1999). Walking speed affects spatial-temporal characteristics, right-left symmetry and stride-to-stride variability of hemiplegic gait: A preliminary report. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts (p.384). Miami Beach, Florida. October 23-28.
  62. Lin PS, Tang PF, Tseng HM, and Wang MK. (1999). Effect of Tai-Chi-Chuan on balance and related functional performance of older adults. Abstract. Journal of the Physical Therapy Association of the Republic of China (p.S28). Taipei, Taiwan. September 18-19.
  63. Lin KW, Hsiung CL, Hu MH, Tang PF, Chang ML, Chien WJ, and Shih CH. (1999). The continuing physical therapy model in stroke patients. Abstract. Journal of the Physical Therapy Association of the Republic of China (p.S15). Taipei, Taiwan. September 18-19.
  64. Chen CY, Wang SF, Liu TK, Jan MH, and Tang PF. (1999). Proprioception after bilateral total knee replacement. Abstract. Journal of the Physical Therapy Association of the Republic of China (p.S22). Taipei, Taiwan. September 18-19.
  65. Tang PF, Chong RKY, and Woollacott MH. (1998). Age differences in the use of stepping strategy during repeated exposures to perturbed stance. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts (p.150). Los Angeles, California, USA. November 7-12.
  66. Chong RKY, Tang PF, and Garrett WT. (1998). Timing deficits in ataxic cerebellar patients during walking. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts (p. 1408). Los Angeles, California, USA. November 7-12.
  67. Tang PF, Woollacott MH, and Chong RKY. (1998) Behavioral and neuromuscular plasticity in balance control during repeated exposures to large stance perturbations. Abstract presented in Annual Retreat of Section on Research, American Physical Therapy Association. Newport, Rhode Island, USA. August 15-20.
  68. Tang PF, Woollacott MH, and Chong RKY. (1997) Decreased adaptation to repeated surface perturbations during walking in older adults. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts (p. 1562). New Orleans, Louisiana, USA. October 25-30.
  69. Tang PF and Woollacott MH. (1997). Integration of postural responses into walking when a slip occurs: Dynamic balance control strategies in older adults. Abstract presented in the XIIIth International Symposium on Posture and Gait. Paris, France. June 23-26.
  70. Tang PF, Woollacott MH, Chong RKY, and Slinger T. (1997). Comparison of induced-stepping characteristics between healthy older and young adults during perturbed stance. Abstract presented in the Geriatrics Section of the Combined Section Meeting of American Physical Therapy Association. Dallas, Texas, USA. February 12-16.
  71. Tang PF, Woollacott MH, and Chong RKY. (1997). Muscle responses to a forward slip during walking in healthy older and young adults. Abstract presented in the Geriatrics Section of the Combined Section Meeting of American Physical Therapy Association. Dallas, Texas, USA. February 12-16.
  72. Tang PF, Woollacott MH, and Chong RKY. (1996). Locus of dynamic balance control in response to a forward slip at heel strike during human walking. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts (p. 1849). Abstract presented in the 26th Annual Meeting of Society for Neuroscience. Washington DC, USA. November 16-21.
  73. Tang PF, Woollacott MH, and Chong RKY. (1995). Threshold to step during perturbed standing in older adults: Importance of stepping strategy as a prevention of falls. The Gerontologist, 35 (Special Issue), pp. 171-172. Abstract presented in the 48th Annual Scientific Meeting of The Gerontological Society of America. Los Angeles, CA, USA. November 15-19.
  74. Tang PF, Woollacott MH, and Chong RKY. (1995). Postural responses to a slip during walking in healthy older and young adults. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts (p. 1204). Abstract presented in the 25th Annual Meeting of The Society for Neuroscience. San Diego, CA, USA. November 11-16.
  75. Tang PF, Moore S, and Woollacott MH. (1994) Relationship between functional mobility and static sensory balance testing in older adults with balance problems. In K. Taguchi, M. Igarashi, S. Mori (Eds.) Vestibular and Neural Front: Proceedings of the XIIth International Symposium on Posture and Gait (pp. 143-146). Matsumoto, Japan. October 3-7.
  76. Roberts B, Srour M, Woollacott MH, and Tang PF. (1994) The effects of a 12-week aerobic walking program on gait of healthy elderly. In K. Taguchi, M. Igarashi, S. Mori (Eds.) Vestibular and Neural Front: Proceedings of the XIIth International Symposium on Posture and Gait (pp. 295-298). Matsumoto, Japan. October 3-7.
  77. Tang PF, Light KE, and Giuliani C. (1992). Movement patterns and postural responses of normal elderly and young females in a step-reach task. Abstract presented in Combined Section Meeting of the American Physical Therapy Association. San Francisco, CA, February.
  78. Light KE, Tang PF, and Reigger S. (1992). Performance differences between young and elderly females in a step-reach task. In M. Woollacott & F. Horak (Eds.), Posture and gait: Control mechanisms. Proceedings of the XIth International Symposium on Posture and Gait (pp. 287-291). Eugene, OR: University of Oregon Books.

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  研究專長
  1. 腦中風之神經物理治療與神經塑性
  2. 神經退化疾病之神經物理治療與神經塑性
  3. 動作控制與動作學習之神經科學

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  進行中研究計畫
  1. 比較太極拳與輕中度有氧運動對具心血管疾病風險中老年人之大腦白質病變及腦部與身心功能退化的預防效果與神經機制 (MOST 106-2314-B-002-086-MY3 )
  2. 比較腦中風病患與健康中老年人下肢動作學習歷程與學習轉移之腦部機制(中華民國科技部104-2420-H-002 -005 -MY2)
  3. 比較太極拳與西方有氧運動改善健康老年人與輕度知能障礙老年人認知功能之療效與療效之神經機制: 神經認知與神經影像研究(中華民國行政院國家科學委員會NSC 102-2410-H-002-213 -MY2)
  4. 早期預測以及預防老化對於認知的影響(國立台灣大學前瞻研究領航計畫)

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  榮譽
  1. 2008 JOSPT Excellence in Research Award, Journal of Orthopedic & Sports Physical Therapy, USA. 2008.
  2. Betty Foster McCue Scholarship, University of Oregon, Eugene, USA, September 1995 - June 1996.
  3. Fellowship for Geriatric Research, Section on Geriatrics of the American Physical Therapy Association, USA, 1995.
  4. Outstanding Masters Thesis Award, Division of Physical Therapy, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA, 1992.
  5. President’s Award, National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan. 1982-1984

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  教授科目
 神經物理治療學
 神經物理治療學實習
 高等神經系統物理治療學
 高等物理治療評估學與實習
 物理治療理論與研究評論
 動作控制學
 動作學習學
 物理治療研究
 神經物治臨床專題研究
 神經物理治療學專題研究
 專題討論
  臨床影像及神經影像

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  專書
  1. 廖華芳、湯佩芳。2015。物理治療相關理論、模式與執業流程。廖華芳、王淑芬、Sheila Purves、王淳厚、凌汶、湯佩芳、王子娟、徐阿田、林光華、簡盟月、孫世恆、林佩欣合著。物理治療導論 (三版)。台北,禾楓書局。ISBN:978-986-6287-80-0
  2. 湯佩芳。2014。神經物理治療臨床決策。王瑞瑤、林光華、林桑伊、胡名霞、張雅如、游祥明、湯佩芳、蕭世芬、戴英子合著。神經物理治療學 (修訂版)。台北,禾楓書局。ISBN:978-986-6287-58-9
  3. 湯佩芳。2011。神經物理治療臨床決策。王瑞瑤、林光華、林桑伊、胡名霞、張雅如、游祥明、湯佩芳、蕭世芬、戴英子合著。神經物理治療學 (二版)。台北,禾楓書局。
  4. Tang PF, Woollacott MH.. Balance control in the elderly. In A. M. Bronstein, T. Brandt, M. H. Woollacott, and J. G. Nott (Eds.), Clinical Disorders of Balance, Posture and Gait (2nd Ed.) London: Edward Arnold., 2004
  5. Woollacott MH, Tang PF, Lin SI.. Dynamic balance control in older adults: Does limited response capacity lead to falls? In G. N. Gantchev, S. Mori, and J. Massion (Eds.).Motor Control: Today and Tomorrow (pp. 293-305). Academic Publishing House., 1999
  6. Tang PF.. Balance adjustments in perturbed human walking: Neuromuscular control mechanisms and effects of aging. Doctoral Dissertation. Department of Exercise and Movement Science. University of Oregon., 1997
  7. Tang PF, Woollacott MH.. Balance control in older adults: Training effects on balance control and the integration of balance control into walking. In A-M. Ferrandez and N. Teasdale (Eds.): Changes in Sensorimotor Behavior in Aging (pp. 339-367)., 1996
  8. Tang PF, Woollacott MH.. Balance control in the elderly. In A. M. Bronstein, T. Brandt, and M. H. Woollacott (Eds.), Clinical Disorders of Balance, Posture and Gait (pp. 268-286). London: Edward Arnold, 1996
  9. Tang PF.. Movement patterns and dynamic postural responses of normal young and elderly females for a step-reach task. Masters Thesis. Division of Physical Therapy, Department of Allied Health Professions, School of Medicine University of North Carolina, 1991
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