Tyler Cluff, PhD

Affiliations: 
Neuroscience Queen's University, Kingston, ON, Canada 
Area:
Sensorimotor neuroscience, motor system
Website:
http://limb.biomed.queensu.ca
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Cross KP, Cluff T, Takei T, et al. (2019) Visual feedback processing of the limb involves two distinct phases. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience
Logan LM, Semrau JA, Cluff T, et al. (2018) Effort matching between arms depends on relative limb geometry and personal control. Journal of Neurophysiology
Maeda RS, Cluff T, Gribble PL, et al. (2018) Feedforward and feedback control share an internal model of the arm's dynamics. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience
Maeda RS, Cluff T, Gribble PL, et al. (2017) Compensating for intersegmental dynamics across the shoulder, elbow and wrist joints during feedforward and feedback control. Journal of Neurophysiology. jn.00178.2017
Cluff T, Scott SH. (2015) Apparent and Actual Trajectory Control Depend on the Behavioral Context in Upper Limb Motor Tasks. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 35: 12465-76
Cluff T, Scott SH. (2015) Online Corrections are Faster Because Movement Initiation Must Disengage Postural Control. Motor Control
Scott SH, Cluff T, Lowrey CR, et al. (2015) Feedback control during voluntary motor actions. Current Opinion in Neurobiology. 33: 85-94
Cashaback JG, Cluff T. (2015) Increase in joint stability at the expense of energy efficiency correlates with force variability during a fatiguing task. Journal of Biomechanics. 48: 621-6
Cluff T, Crevecoeur F, Scott SH. (2015) A perspective on multisensory integration and rapid perturbation responses. Vision Research. 110: 215-22
Yeh TT, Cluff T, Balasubramaniam R. (2014) Visual reliance for balance control in older adults persists when visual information is disrupted by artificial feedback delays. Plos One. 9: e91554
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