Timothy D. Lee, PhD

Affiliations: 
Kinesiology, Neuroscience McMaster University, Hamilton, ON, Canada 
Area:
Motor control
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Lee TD, Eliasz KL, Gonzalez D, et al. (2015) On the Role of Error in Motor Learning. Journal of Motor Behavior. 1-17
Sanli EA, Lee TD. (2015) Nominal and functional task difficulty in skill acquisition: Effects on performance in two tests of transfer. Human Movement Science. 41: 218-29
Sanli EA, Lee TD. (2014) What roles do errors serve in motor skill learning? An examination of two theoretical predictions. Journal of Motor Behavior. 46: 329-37
La Delfa NJ, Garcia DB, Cappelletto JA, et al. (2013) The gunslinger effect: why are movements made faster when responding to versus initiating an action? Journal of Motor Behavior. 45: 85-90
Sanli EA, Lee TD. (2013) Yoked versus self-controlled practice schedules and performance on dual-task transfer tests Open Sports Sciences Journal. 6: 62-69
Sanli EA, Patterson JT, Bray SR, et al. (2012) Understanding Self-Controlled Motor Learning Protocols through the Self-Determination Theory. Frontiers in Psychology. 3: 611
Gonzalez DA, Kegel S, Ishikura T, et al. (2012) Effects of vision on head-putter coordination in golf. Motor Control. 16: 371-85
Cluff T, Manos A, Lee TD, et al. (2012) Multijoint error compensation mediates unstable object control. Journal of Neurophysiology. 108: 1167-75
DePaul VG, Wishart LR, Richardson J, et al. (2011) Varied overground walking-task practice versus body-weight-supported treadmill training in ambulatory adults within one year of stroke: a randomized controlled trial protocol. Bmc Neurology. 11: 129
Patterson JT, Lee TD. (2010) Self-regulated frequency of augmented information in skill learning. Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology = Revue Canadienne De Psychologie ExpéRimentale. 64: 33-40
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