Aymar de Rugy, Ph.D.

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University of Bordeuax 
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Mick S, Segas E, Dure L, et al. (2021) Shoulder kinematics plus contextual target information enable control of multiple distal joints of a simulated prosthetic arm and hand. Journal of Neuroengineering and Rehabilitation. 18: 3
Mathew J, de Rugy A, Danion FR. (2019) How optimal is bimanual tracking? The key role of hand coordination in space. Journal of Neurophysiology
Marinovic W, Poh E, de Rugy A, et al. (2017) Action history influences subsequent movement via two distinct processes. Elife. 6
Poh E, Carroll TJ, de Rugy A. (2017) Distinct coordinate systems for adaptations of movement direction and extent. Journal of Neurophysiology. jn.00326.2016
Carson RG, Smethurst CJ, Oytam Y, et al. (2007) Postural context alters the stability of bimanual coordination by modulating the crossed excitability of corticospinal pathways. Journal of Neurophysiology. 97: 2016-23
de Rugy A, Sternad D. (2003) Interaction between discrete and rhythmic movements: reaction time and phase of discrete movement initiation during oscillatory movements. Brain Research. 994: 160-74
de Rugy A, Wei K, Müller H, et al. (2003) Actively tracking 'passive' stability in a ball bouncing task. Brain Research. 982: 64-78
Montagne G, Buekers M, Camachon C, et al. (2003) The learning of goal-directed locomotion: a perception-action perspective. The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology. a, Human Experimental Psychology. 56: 551-67
Sternad D, de Rugy A, Pataky T, et al. (2002) Interaction of discrete and rhythmic movements over a wide range of periods. Experimental Brain Research. 147: 162-74
de Rugy A, Montagne G, Buekers MJ, et al. (2002) Temporal information for spatially constrained locomotion. Experimental Brain Research. 146: 129-41
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