G E. Stelmach

Affiliations: 
Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ, United States 
Area:
Motor control
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Rand MK, Van Gemmert AW, Hossain AB, et al. (2014) Coordination deficits during trunk-assisted reach-to-grasp movements in Parkinson's disease. Experimental Brain Research. 232: 61-74
Poston B, Van Gemmert AW, Sharma S, et al. (2013) Movement trajectory smoothness is not associated with the endpoint accuracy of rapid multi-joint arm movements in young and older adults. Acta Psychologica. 143: 157-67
Rand MK, Stelmach GE. (2012) Effect of aging on coordinated eye and hand movements with two-segment sequence. Motor Control. 16: 447-65
Rand MK, Van Gemmert AW, Hossain AB, et al. (2012) Control of aperture closure initiation during trunk-assisted reach-to-grasp movements. Experimental Brain Research. 219: 293-304
Rand MK, Stelmach GE. (2011) Adaptation of gaze anchoring through practice in young and older adults. Neuroscience Letters. 492: 47-51
Ringenbach SD, van Gemmert AW, Shill HA, et al. (2011) Auditory instructional cues benefit unimanual and bimanual drawing in Parkinson's disease patients. Human Movement Science. 30: 770-82
Rand MK, Stelmach GE. (2011) Effects of hand termination and accuracy requirements on eye-hand coordination in older adults. Behavioural Brain Research. 219: 39-46
Hughes B, Van Gemmert AW, Stelmach GE. (2011) Linguistic and perceptual-motor contributions to the kinematic properties of the braille reading finger. Human Movement Science. 30: 711-30
Rand MK, Stelmach GE. (2010) Effects of hand termination and accuracy constraint on eye-hand coordination during sequential two-segment movements. Experimental Brain Research. 207: 197-211
Rand MK, Shimansky YP, Hossain AB, et al. (2010) Phase dependence of transport-aperture coordination variability reveals control strategy of reach-to-grasp movements. Experimental Brain Research. 207: 49-63
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