1. Folpp H, Deall S, Harvey LA, Gwinn T. (2006). Can apparent increases in muscle extensibility with regular stretch be explained by changes in tolerance to stretch? Australian Journal of Physiotherapy 52(1):45-50.
2. Harvey LA, McQuade L, Hawthorne S, Byak A. (2003). Quantifying the magnitude of torque physiotherapists apply when stretching the hamstring muscles of people with spinal cord injury. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 84(7):1072-1075.
3. Harvey LA, Byak AJ, Ostrovskaya M, Glinsky J, et al. (2003). Randomised trial of the effects of four weeks of daily stretch on extensibility of hamstring muscles in people with spinal cord injuries. Australian Journal of Physiotherapy 49(3):176-181.
4. Harvey LA, Batty J, Jones R, Crosbie J. (2001). Hand function of C6 and C7 tetraplegics 1 - 16 years following injury. Spinal Cord 39(1):37-43.
5. Harvey LA, Crosbie J. (2000). Biomechanical analysis of a weight-relief maneuver in C5 and C6 quadriplegia. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 81(4):500-5.
6. Harvey LA, Batty J, Crosbie J, Poulter S, Herbert RD. (2000). A randomized trial assessing the effects of 4 weeks of daily stretching on ankle mobility in patients with spinal cord injuries. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 81(10):1340-7.
7. Harvey LA, Davis GM, Smith MB, Engel S. (1998). Energy expenditure during gait using the walkabout and isocentric reciprocal gait orthoses in persons with paraplegia. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 79(8):945-949.
8. Harvey LA, Batty J, Fahey A. (1998). Reliability of a tool for assessing mobility in wheelchair-dependent paraplegics. Spinal Cord 36(6):427-431.
9. Harvey LA, Newton John T, Davis GM, Smith MB, Engel S. (1997). A comparison of the attitude of paraplegic individuals to the Walkabout Orthosis and the Isocentric Reciprocal Gait Orthosis. Spinal Cord 35(9):580-584.
10. Gass EM, Harvey LA, Gass GC. (1995). Maximal physiological responses during arm cranking and treadmill wheelchair propulsion in T4-T6 paraplegic men. Paraplegia 33(5):267-70.