David W. Franklin

Affiliations: 
2007-2016 University of Cambridge, Cambridge, England, United Kingdom 
 2016- Technical University of Munich, München, Bayern, Germany 
Area:
Motor Control, Motor Learning, Reflexes
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Franklin S, Cesonis J, Franklin DW. (2018) Influence of Visual Feedback on the Sensorimotor Control of an Inverted Pendulum. Conference Proceedings : ... Annual International Conference of the Ieee Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society. Ieee Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society. Annual Conference. 2018: 5170-5173
Cesonis J, Franklin S, Franklin DW. (2018) A Simulated Inverted Pendulum to Investigate Human Sensorimotor Control. Conference Proceedings : ... Annual International Conference of the Ieee Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society. Ieee Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society. Annual Conference. 2018: 5166-5169
Heald JB, Franklin DW, Wolpert DM. (2018) Increasing muscle co-contraction speeds up internal model acquisition during dynamic motor learning. Scientific Reports. 8: 16355
Franklin S, Wolpert DM, Franklin DW. (2017) Rapid visuomotor feedback gains are tuned to the task dynamics. Journal of Neurophysiology. jn.00748.2016
Howard IS, Ford C, Cangelosi A, et al. (2017) Active lead-in variability affects motor memory formation and slows motor learning. Scientific Reports. 7: 7806
Yeo SH, Franklin DW, Wolpert DM. (2016) When Optimal Feedback Control Is Not Enough: Feedforward Strategies Are Required for Optimal Control with Active Sensing. Plos Computational Biology. 12: e1005190
Sheahan HR, Franklin DW, Wolpert DM. (2016) Motor Planning, Not Execution, Separates Motor Memories. Neuron
Franklin DW, Batchelor AV, Wolpert DM. (2016) The Sensorimotor System Can Sculpt Behaviorally Relevant Representations for Motor Learning. Eneuro. 3
Howard IS, Franklin DW. (2016) Adaptive tuning functions arise from visual observation of past movement. Scientific Reports. 6: 28416
Franklin DW. (2016) Rapid Feedback Responses Arise From Precomputed Gains. Motor Control. 20: 171-176
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