Nick M Kitchen, PhD

2021- Neurology/Kinesiology Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA, United States 
Sensorimotor control and adaptation
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Kitchen NM, Yuk J, Przybyla A, et al. (2023) Bilateral arm movements are coordinated via task-dependent negotiations between independent and codependent control, but not by a "coupling" control policy. Journal of Neurophysiology. 130: 497-515
Kitchen NM, Kim KS, Wang PZ, et al. (2022) Individual sensorimotor adaptation characteristics are independent across orofacial speech movements and limb reaching movements. Journal of Neurophysiology
Kitchen NM, Miall RC. (2020) Adaptation of reach action to a novel force-field is not predicted by acuity of dynamic proprioception in either older or younger adults. Experimental Brain Research
Kitchen NM, Miall RC. (2018) Proprioceptive deficits in inactive older adults are not reflected in fast targeted reaching movements. Experimental Brain Research
Miall RC, Kitchen NM, Nam SH, et al. (2018) Proprioceptive loss and the perception, control and learning of arm movements in humans: evidence from sensory neuronopathy. Experimental Brain Research
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