Ronald G. Marteniuk, PhD

Kinesiology Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada 
motor learning
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Fourkas AD, Marteniuk RG, Khan MA. (2003) Guiding movements with internal representations: a reach-and-grasp task. Research Quarterly For Exercise and Sport. 74: 165-72
Marteniuk RG, Bertram CP. (2001) Contributions of gait and trunk movements to prehension: perspectives from world- and body-centered coordinates. Motor Control. 5: 151-65
Marteniuk RG, Ivens CJ, Bertram CP. (2000) Evidence of motor equivalence in a pointing task involving locomotion. Motor Control. 4: 165-84
Fourkas AD, Marteniuk RG. (2000) Guiding prehensile movements with spatial images when vision is unavailable Journal of Sports Sciences. 18: 556-557
Marteniuk RG, Bertram CP. (1999) On achieving strong inference in prehension research. Motor Control. 3: 272-5; discussion 31
Young RP, Marteniuk RG. (1998) Stereotypic muscle-torque patterns are systematically adopted during acquisition of a multi-articular kicking task. Journal of Biomechanics. 31: 809-16
Ivens CJ, Marteniuk RG. (1997) Increased Sensitivity to Changes in Visual Feedback With Practice. Journal of Motor Behavior. 29: 326-338
Fayt V, Bootsma RJ, Marteniuk RG, et al. (1997) The effects of task constraints on the organization of interception movements. Journal of Sports Sciences. 15: 581-6
Young RP, Marteniuk RG. (1997) Acquisition of a multi-articular kicking task: Jerk analysis demonstrates movements do not become smoother with learning Human Movement Science. 16: 677-701
Marteniuk RG, Ivens CJ, Brown BE. (1996) Are there task specific performance effects for differently configured numeric keypads? Applied Ergonomics. 27: 321-5
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