Robert G. Lee

University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta, Canada 
"Robert Lee"
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Tonolli I, Aurenty R, Lee RG, et al. (2000) Lateral leg raising in patients with Parkinson's disease: influence of equilibrium constraint. Movement Disorders : Official Journal of the Movement Disorder Society. 15: 850-61
Bonnefoi-Kyriacou B, Legallet E, Lee RG, et al. (1998) Spatio-temporal and kinematic analysis of pointing movements performed by cerebellar patients with limb ataxia. Experimental Brain Research. 119: 460-6
Lee RG, van Donkelaar P. (1995) Mechanisms underlying functional recovery following stroke. The Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences. Le Journal Canadien Des Sciences Neurologiques. 22: 257-63
Mah CD, Hulliger M, Lee RG, et al. (1994) Quantitative analysis of human movement synergies: constructive pattern analysis for gait. Journal of Motor Behavior. 26: 83-102
van Donkelaar P, Lee RG, Gellman RS. (1994) The contribution of retinal and extraretinal signals to manual tracking movements. Experimental Brain Research. 99: 155-63
van Donkelaar P, Fisher C, Lee RG. (1994) Adaptive modification of oculomotor pursuit influences manual tracking responses. Neuroreport. 5: 2233-6
van Donkelaar P, Lee RG. (1994) Interactions between the eye and hand motor systems: disruptions due to cerebellar dysfunction. Journal of Neurophysiology. 72: 1674-85
van Donkelaar P, Lee RG. (1994) The role of vision and eye motion during reaching to intercept moving targets Human Movement Science. 13: 765-783
van Donkelaar P, Lee RG, Gellman RS. (1992) Control strategies in directing the hand to moving targets. Experimental Brain Research. 91: 151-61
Becker WJ, Morrice BL, Clark AW, et al. (1991) Multi-joint reaching movements and eye-hand tracking in cerebellar incoordination: investigation of a patient with complete loss of Purkinje cells. The Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences. Le Journal Canadien Des Sciences Neurologiques. 18: 476-87
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