Mark Shelhamer

Otolaryngology Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD 
oculomotor, vestibular, dynamical models
"Mark Shelhamer"
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Beaton KH, Wong AL, Lowen SB, et al. (2017) Strength of baseline inter-trial correlations forecasts adaptive capacity in the vestibulo-ocular reflex. Plos One. 12: e0174977
Beaton KH, Schubert M, Shelhamer M. (2017) Assessment of vestibulo-ocular function without measuring eye movements. Journal of Neuroscience Methods
Federighi P, Wong AL, Shelhamer M. (2017) Inter-Trial Correlations in Predictive-Saccade Endpoints: Fractal Scaling Reflects Differential Control along Task-Relevant and Orthogonal Directions. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 11: 100
Beaton KH, Shelhamer MJ, Roberts DC, et al. (2017) A Rapid Quantification of Binocular Misalignment without Recording Eye Movements: Vertical and Torsional Alignment Nulling. Journal of Neuroscience Methods
Wong AL, Shelhamer M. (2014) Similarities in error processing establish a link between saccade prediction at baseline and adaptation performance. Journal of Neurophysiology. 111: 2084-93
Wong AL, Shelhamer M. (2013) A long-memory model of motor learning in the saccadic system: a regime-switching approach. Annals of Biomedical Engineering. 41: 1613-24
Shelhamer M, Beaton K. (2012) Pre-flight sensorimotor adaptation protocols for suborbital flight. Journal of Vestibular Research : Equilibrium & Orientation. 22: 139-44
Wong AL, Shelhamer M. (2012) Using prediction errors to drive saccade adaptation: the implicit double-step task. Experimental Brain Research. 222: 55-64
Wong AL, Shelhamer M. (2011) Exploring the fundamental dynamics of error-based motor learning using a stationary predictive-saccade task. Plos One. 6: e25225
Wong AL, Shelhamer M. (2011) Saccade adaptation improves in response to a gradually introduced stimulus perturbation. Neuroscience Letters. 500: 207-11
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