Diana H. Romero, Ph.D.

2003 Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ, United States 
Motor control
"Diana Romero"
Mean distance: 17.48 (cluster 23)
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G E. Stelmach grad student 2003 Arizona State
 (Control of the eye and hand systems in goal -directed pointing.)
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Capilla A, Romero D, Maestú F, et al. (2004) [Emergence and brain development of executive functions]. Actas EspañOlas De PsiquiatríA. 32: 377-86
Romero DH, Van Gemmert AW, Adler CH, et al. (2003) Altered aiming movements in Parkinson's disease patients and elderly adults as a function of delays in movement onset. Experimental Brain Research. 151: 249-61
Romero DH, Stelmach GE. (2003) Changes in postural control with aging and Parkinson's disease. Ieee Engineering in Medicine and Biology Magazine : the Quarterly Magazine of the Engineering in Medicine & Biology Society. 22: 27-31
Romero DH, Van Gemmert AW, Adler CH, et al. (2003) Time delays prior to movement alter the drawing kinematics of elderly adults. Human Movement Science. 22: 207-20
Gonzalez-Gordon RG, Salvador-Carulla L, Romero C, et al. (2002) Feasibility, reliability and validity of the Spanish version of Psychiatric Assessment Schedule for Adults with Developmental Disability: A structured psychiatric interview for intellectual disability Journal of Intellectual Disability Research. 46: 209-217
Etnier JL, Romero DH, Traustadóttir T. (2001) Acquisition and retention of motor skills as a function of age and aerobic fitness Journal of Aging and Physical Activity. 9: 425-437
Romero DH, Lacourse MG, Lawrence KE, et al. (2000) Event-related potentials as a function of movement parameter variations during motor imagery and isometric action. Behavioural Brain Research. 117: 83-96
Lacourse MG, Cohen MJ, Lawrence KE, et al. (1999) Cortical potentials during imagined movements in individuals with chronic spinal cord injuries. Behavioural Brain Research. 104: 73-88
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