Carlo Terzuolo

Affiliations: 
University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, Minneapolis, MN 
Area:
physiology
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Terzuolo CA. (1989) Movements of the upper extremities in humans | SULLA ORGANIZZAZIONE DEI MOVIMENTI DELL'ARTO SUPERIORE, NELL'UOMO Riv. Ital. Elettroencefalogr. Neurofisiol. Clin.. 12: 269-279
Soechting JF, Terzuolo CA. (1988) Sensorimotor transformations underlying the organization of arm movements in three-dimensional space. Canadian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology. 66: 502-7
Sciaky R, Lacquaniti F, Terzuolo C, et al. (1987) A note on the kinematcis of drawing movements in children. Journal of Motor Behavior. 19: 518-25
Soechting JF, Terzuolo CA. (1987) Organization of arm movements in three-dimensional space. Wrist motion is piecewise planar. Neuroscience. 23: 53-61
Soechting JF, Terzuolo CA. (1987) Organization of arm movements. Motion is segmented. Neuroscience. 23: 39-51
Lacquaniti F, Ferrigno G, Pedotti A, et al. (1987) Changes in spatial scale in drawing and handwriting: kinematic contributions by proximal and distal joints. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 7: 819-28
Sciaky R, Lacquaniti F, Terzuolo C, et al. (1987) A note on the kinematics of drawing movements in children Journal of Motor Behavior. 19: 518-525
Soechting JF, Terzuolo CA. (1986) An algorithm for the generation of curvilinear wrist motion in an arbitrary plane in three-dimensional space. Neuroscience. 19: 1393-405
Soechting JF, Lacquaniti F, Terzuolo CA. (1986) Coordination of arm movements in three-dimensional space. Sensorimotor mapping during drawing movement. Neuroscience. 17: 295-311
Lacquaniti F, Terzuolo C, Viviani P. (1983) The law relating the kinematic and figural aspects of drawing movements. Acta Psychologica. 54: 115-30
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