Robert Louis Sainburg

Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA, United States 
Motor control
"Robert Sainburg"
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Candice Maenza grad student 2013- Penn State University, University Park
Jacob Schaffer grad student 2016- Penn State
Johnna L. Pike grad student 2000 Penn State (SocTree)
Jordan Lateiner grad student 2002 Penn State
Liana E. Brown grad student 2001-2003 Penn State
Leia Bagesteiro grad student 2001-2005 Penn State
Susan V. Dufff grad student 2004-2005 Penn State
Sydney Y. Schaefer grad student 2008 Penn State
Jinsung Wang grad student 2001-2008 Penn State
Pratik K. Mutha grad student 2009 Penn State
Britne A. Shabbott grad student 2009 Penn State
Selcuk Akpinar grad student 2011 Middle Easter Technical University
Tucker Tomlinson grad student 2012 Penn State
Chason Coelho grad student 2013 Penn State University, University Park
Sandeep Mani grad student 2013 Penn State
Andrzej Przybyla grad student 2010-2015 Penn State
Vivek Yadav grad student 2010-2015 Penn State
Jacqueline R Patterson grad student 2014-2016 Penn State
Gautum Srinivasan grad student 2016-2018 Penn State
Shanie Jayasinghe grad student 2019-2021 Pennsylvania State College of Medicine
Brooke Dexheimer grad student 2019-2022 Penn State
Jisung Yuk grad student 2018-2023 Penn State University, University Park
Kristen Selby grad student 2020-2023 Penn State
Harsimran S. Baweja post-doc Penn State Hershey College of Medicine
Harsimran Singh Baweja post-doc Penn State College
Nick M Kitchen post-doc 2021- Penn Stae
Fabrice Sarlegna post-doc 2004-2006 Penn State
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Kitchen NM, Yuk J, Przybyla A, et al. (2023) Bilateral arm movements are coordinated via task-dependent negotiations between independent and codependent control, but not by a "coupling" control policy. Journal of Neurophysiology. 130: 497-515
Varghese R, Gordon J, Sainburg RL, et al. (2023) Adaptive control is reversed between hands after left hemisphere stroke and lost following right hemisphere stroke. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 120: e2212726120
Dexheimer B, Przybyla A, Murphy TE, et al. (2022) Reaction time asymmetries provide insight into mechanisms underlying dominant and non-dominant hand selection. Experimental Brain Research
Jayasinghe SAL, Scheidt RA, Sainburg RL. (2022) Neural Control of Stopping and Stabilizing the Arm. Frontiers in Integrative Neuroscience. 16: 835852
Jayasinghe SAL, Maenza C, Good DC, et al. (2021) Deficits in Performance on a Mechanically Coupled Asymmetrical Bilateral Task in Chronic Stroke Survivors with Mild Unilateral Paresis. Symmetry. 13
Schaffer JE, Sarlegna FR, Sainburg RL. (2021) A rare case of deafferentation reveals an essential role of proprioception in bilateral coordination. Neuropsychologia. 160: 107969
Maenza C, Wagstaff DA, Varghese R, et al. (2021) Remedial Training of the Less-Impaired Arm in Chronic Stroke Survivors With Moderate to Severe Upper-Extremity Paresis Improves Functional Independence: A Pilot Study. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 15: 645714
Dexheimer B, Sainburg R. (2021) When the non-dominant arm dominates: the effects of visual information and task experience on speed-accuracy advantages. Experimental Brain Research. 239: 655-665
Jayasinghe SAL, Sarlegna FR, Scheidt RA, et al. (2020) Somatosensory deafferentation reveals lateralized roles of proprioception in feedback and adaptive feedforward control of movement and posture. Current Opinion in Physiology. 19: 141-147
Jayasinghe SAL, Good D, Wagstaff DA, et al. (2020) Motor Deficits in the Ipsilesional Arm of Severely Paretic Stroke Survivors Correlate With Functional Independence in Left, but Not Right Hemisphere Damage. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 14: 599220
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