Michael S. Fine, Ph.D.

Washington University, Saint Louis, St. Louis, MO 
Motor control
"Michael Fine"
Mean distance: 15.51 (cluster 17)


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Kurt A. Thoroughman grad student 2007 Washington University
 (Trial-by-trial motor adaptation to novel force perturbations in children and adults.)
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Brokaw EB, Fine MS, Kindschi KE, et al. (2017) Cross-sectional evaluation of visuomotor tracking performance following subconcussive head impacts. Technology and Health Care : Official Journal of the European Society For Engineering and Medicine
Fine MS, Lum PS, Brokaw EB, et al. (2016) Dynamic motor tracking is sensitive to subacute mTBI. Experimental Brain Research
Fine MS. (2014) Role of Topical Vaginal Estrogen in the Treatment of Overactive Bladder Current Bladder Dysfunction Reports. 9: 58-62
Wanda PA, Fine MS, Weeks HM, et al. (2013) Brevity of haptic force perturbations induces heightened adaptive sensitivity. Experimental Brain Research. 226: 407-20
Weiland MZ, Roberts DM, Fine MS, et al. (2013) Real time research methods: Monitoring air traffic controller workload during simulation studies using electroencephalography (EEG) Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society. 1615-1619
Fine MS, Smith KM, Shrivastava D, et al. (2011) Posterior urethral valve treatments and outcomes in children receiving kidney transplants. The Journal of Urology. 185: 2507-11
Fine MS, Minnery BS. (2009) Visual salience affects performance in a working memory task. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 29: 8016-21
Minnery BS, Fine MS. (2009) Neuroscience and the future of human-computer interaction Interactions. 16: 70-75
Siwiec RM, Fine MS. (2008) Foreign-body ingestion Consultant. 48: 888-889
Thoroughman KA, Fine MS, Taylor JA. (2007) Trial-by-trial motor adaptation: a window into elemental neural computation. Progress in Brain Research. 165: 373-82
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