Norbert Mai

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University of Munich (deceased) 
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Uttner I, Mai N, Esslinger O, et al. (2005) Quantitative evaluation of mirror movements in adults with focal brain lesions. European Journal of Neurology : the Official Journal of the European Federation of Neurological Societies. 12: 964-75
Nowak DA, Hermsdörfer J, Glasauer S, et al. (2001) The effects of digital anaesthesia on predictive grip force adjustments during vertical movements of a grasped object. The European Journal of Neuroscience. 14: 756-62
Nowak DA, Hermsdörfer J, Philipp J, et al. (2001) Effects of changing gravity on anticipatory grip force control during point-to-point movements of a hand-held object. Motor Control. 5: 231-53
Schenk T, Mai N. (2001) Is writer's cramp caused by a deficit of sensorimotor integration? Experimental Brain Research. 136: 321-30
Schenk T, Philipp J, Häussler A, et al. (2000) A system for the study of visuomotor coordination during reaching for moving targets. Journal of Neuroscience Methods. 100: 3-12
Schenk T, Mai N, Ditterich J, et al. (2000) Can a motion-blind patient reach for moving objects? The European Journal of Neuroscience. 12: 3351-60
Schenk T, Walther EU, Mai N. (2000) Closed- and open-loop handwriting performance in patients with multiple sclerosis. European Journal of Neurology : the Official Journal of the European Federation of Neurological Societies. 7: 269-79
Hermsdörfer J, Marquardt C, Philipp J, et al. (2000) Moving weightless objects. Grip force control during microgravity. Experimental Brain Research. 132: 52-64
Baur B, Uttner I, Ilmberger J, et al. (2000) Music memory provides access to verbal knowledge in a patient with global amnesia Neurocase. 6: 415-421
Schenk T, Mai N. (1999) Time constraints improve reaching movements in an ataxic patient. Experimental Brain Research. 128: 214-8
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