Ian Spencer Howard

University of Plymouth, Plymouth, England, United Kingdom 
Motor Control, Speech Analysis and Production
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Howard IS, Franklin S, Franklin DW. (2020) Asymmetry in kinematic generalization between visual and passive lead-in movements are consistent with a forward model in the sensorimotor system. Plos One. 15: e0228083
Francis KB, Terbeck S, Briazu RA, et al. (2017) Simulating Moral Actions: An Investigation of Personal Force in Virtual Moral Dilemmas. Scientific Reports. 7: 13954
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
Francis KB, Howard C, Howard IS, et al. (2016) Virtual Morality: Transitioning from Moral Judgment to Moral Action? Plos One. 11: e0164374
Howard IS, Franklin DW. (2016) Adaptive tuning functions arise from visual observation of past movement. Scientific Reports. 6: 28416
Carroll TJ, de Rugy A, Howard IS, et al. (2015) Enhanced cross-limb transfer of force field learning for dynamics that are identical in extrinsic and joint-based coordinates for both limbs. Journal of Neurophysiology. jn.00485.2015
Howard IS, Franklin DW. (2015) Neural Tuning Functions Underlie Both Generalization and Interference. Plos One. 10: e0131268
Howard IS, Wolpert DM, Franklin DW. (2015) The value of the follow-through derives from motor learning depending on future actions. Current Biology : Cb. 25: 397-401
Howard IS, Wolpert DM, Franklin DW. (2013) The effect of contextual cues on the encoding of motor memories. Journal of Neurophysiology. 109: 2632-44
Howard IS, Ingram JN, Franklin DW, et al. (2012) Gone in 0.6 seconds: the encoding of motor memories depends on recent sensorimotor states. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 32: 12756-68
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