Florian Kagerer

University of Maryland, USA, College Park, MD, United States 
"Florian Kagerer"
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Lee MH, Ranganathan R, Kagerer FA, et al. (2016) Body-machine interface for control of a screen cursor for a child with congenital absence of upper and lower limbs: a case report. Journal of Neuroengineering and Rehabilitation. 13: 34
Kagerer FA. (2016) Asymmetric interference in left-handers during bimanual movements reflects switch in lateralized control characteristics. Experimental Brain Research
Kagerer FA. (2016) Nondominant-to-dominant hand interference in bimanual movements is facilitated by gradual visuomotor perturbation. Neuroscience
Kagerer FA, Clark JE. (2015) Development of kinesthetic-motor and auditory-motor representations in school-aged children. Experimental Brain Research. 233: 2181-94
Kagerer FA. (2015) Crossmodal interference in bimanual movements: effects of abrupt visuo-motor perturbation of one hand on the other. Experimental Brain Research. 233: 839-49
Kagerer FA. (2015) Control of discrete bimanual movements: how each hand benefits from the other. Neuroscience Letters. 584: 33-8
Kagerer FA, Clark JE. (2014) Development of interactions between sensorimotor representations in school-aged children. Human Movement Science. 34: 164-77
Kagerer FA, Viswanathan P, Contreras-Vidal JL, et al. (2014) Auditory-motor integration of subliminal phase shifts in tapping: better than auditory discrimination would predict. Experimental Brain Research. 232: 1207-18
King BR, Kagerer FA, Harring JR, et al. (2011) Multisensory adaptation of spatial-to-motor transformations in children with developmental coordination disorder. Experimental Brain Research. 212: 257-65
Pangelinan MM, Kagerer FA, Momen B, et al. (2011) Electrocortical dynamics reflect age-related differences in movement kinematics among children and adults. Cerebral Cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991). 21: 737-47
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