David A. Rosenbaum

Affiliations: 
Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA, United States 
Area:
Cognition and Action
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Matthew M. Walsh research assistant Penn State
Andrew M. Gordon research assistant 1982-1984 Hampshire College
David A. Hoagey research assistant 2008-2009 Penn State
Steven Jax grad student Moss Rehabilitation Research Institute
Catherine L. Elsinger grad student 2000 Penn State
Esa M. Rantanen grad student 2000 Penn State
Liana E. Brown grad student 1997-2003 Penn State
Frouke Hermens grad student 2003-2003 Penn State
Jason S. Augustyn grad student 1999-2004 Penn State
Amanda M. Dawson grad student 2006 Penn State
Rajal G. Cohen grad student 2002-2008 Penn State
Robrecht P. van der Wel grad student 2009 Penn State
Scott Glover post-doc Penn State
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Potts CA, Callahan-Flintoft C, Rosenbaum DA. (2018) How do reaching and walking costs affect movement path selection? Experimental Brain Research
Park J, Miller CA, Rosenbaum DA, et al. (2018) Bilingualism and Procedural Learning in Typically Developing Children and Children With Language Impairment. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research : Jslhr. 1-11
Potts CA, Pastel S, Rosenbaum DA. (2017) How are cognitive and physical difficulty compared? Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Potts CA, Brown AA, Solnik S, et al. (2017) A method for measuring manual position control. Acta Psychologica. 180: 117-121
Roelofsen EG, Bosga J, Rosenbaum DA, et al. (2016) Haptic feedback helps bipedal coordination. Experimental Brain Research
Huhn JM, Potts CA, Rosenbaum DA. (2016) Cognitive framing in action. Cognition. 151: 42-51
Chapman KM, Rosenbaum DA. (2015) Bimanual comfort depends on how extreme either hand's posture is, not on which hand is in the more extreme posture. Psychological Research
Wyble BP, Rosenbaum DA. (2015) Are Motor Adjustments Quick Because They Don't Require Detection or Because They Escape Competition? Motor Control
Rosenbaum DA, Gong L, Potts CA. (2014) Pre-crastination: hastening subgoal completion at the expense of extra physical effort. Psychological Science. 25: 1487-96
Solnik S, Pazin N, Coelho CJ, et al. (2014) Postural sway and perceived comfort in pointing tasks. Neuroscience Letters. 569: 18-22
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